Sarah Forgrave

Sarah Forgrave is an author and speaker who loves encouraging others toward a deeper walk of faith. Her prayer devotional, Prayers for Hope and Healing, released with Harvest House Publishers in 2017, and her next book, Prayers of Hope for Caregivers, releases in Spring 2019. In addition to blogging about prayer, faith, and friendship on her website, she is a monthly contributor to TheChristianMommy.com and has contributed to GuidepostsA Cup of Christmas Cheer and many other websites and anthologies.

Outside of writing and speaking, Sarah is the busy mom of two preteen children and the wife of an energetic entrepreneur and toy inventor. When she has a moment to herself, she loves to shop the aisles at Trader Joe’s or curl up with a good book and a cup of tea. Visit Sarah at www.sarahforgrave.com.

Breakout Session:

Leveraging Pinterest to Find and Grow Your Audience

With 175 million users, Pinterest is one of the largest online platforms. 87% of its users purchase products after searching the site*, but many authors and speakers have struggled to leverage it to its full potential.

This workshop will equip you with tools to not only build a consistent presence on Pinterest, but to generate and drive more traffic to your website…and ultimately your books and speaking ministry. You’ll learn the following:

  • Elements you need on your website to best leverage the power of Pinterest
  • How to structure your Pinterest boards to communicate your message in a consistent and “sticky” way
  • Components of an effective Pin and how to create them
  • Weekly practices and Pinning strategies to build viewership and followers

*Note: While anyone can attend this workshop, those who already have a website and basic knowledge of Pinterest will benefit the most.

 

15-Minute Appointments (Writing & Social Media)

Sarah is an author and speaker who has been traditionally published in both fiction and non-fiction. She can answer your questions about the publication process, working with editors and agents, and marketing. As a former contest judge, she would be happy to fine-tune ideas or provide feedback on your writing. Sarah is also active on social media and can brainstorm and answer questions about building an online presence.

[1] www.omnicoreagency.com/pinterest-statistics

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