I haven’t caught onto the Pinterest bandwagon just yet, but if popularity keeps growing I just might have to try it out. Yesterday, the Pinterest blog announced their official app is now available for Android users, and the iOS version received a big update.
Would you love to tap into the power of a social media site that can send you more referral traffic than Twitter? Bring you more leads than LinkedIn, Google+ and YouTube combined? Convert more fans into paying customers who will easily share your content with their friends?
All eyes are on Pinterest, the social network that lets users collect and share images found on the Web by "pinning" them on virtual pinboards. The images span a variety of categories, from fashion, crafts, cooking, décor, fitness, and more. Users can follow the pinboards of friends and brands for inspiration and "repin" the images onto their own pinboards. Today, Pinterest is quickly becoming the fastest-growing social media site based on its huge popularity with women, as well as its unlimited potential as a marketing tool for businesses. "Pins" help companies promote their products, develop their brand personalities, drive tremendous referral traffic to their websites, and gain exposure among the Pinterest community. Now, MDG Advertising has produced an engaging video highlighting the facts, figures, and findings from its popular "Pin It To Win It" infographic.
Pinterest Marketing: Learn how to use your Pinterest business pages to promote your business.
Peter Azzopardi's insight:
With so many social network sites vying for business, the Pinterest concept remains one of the best, especially to showcase a product line. The article does a pretty good job on how to set-up a board for this purpose.
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