Q4 2013 Consumer Sharing Trends Report Offers New Insights Into What, Where and How Consumers Share News, Photos, Videos and More Online Our latest Consumer Sharing Trends Report (Q4/2013) came out today and reveals that Pinterest has outpaced...
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Brands are increasingly focusing their efforts on using distinct imagery to educate and engage their audiences. A picture really is worth a thousand words and Pinterest, the online pinboard, has taken center stage.
Analytics firm 8thBridge has crunched the numbers and found that online retailers prefer Pinterest Pins to Facebook Likes, and that the world's biggest social network may be proving less effective for brands.
Pinterest has snagged the bronze from email. New data from social sharing service ShareThis shows that for the first time, Pinterest outpaced email to become the third most popular sharing channel in the fourth quarter of 2013.
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Kahlua was brand new to Pinterest but the most recent holiday campaign resulted in some long-tail success, including getting consumers to think of Kahlua in a whole new way.
Kelly Lieberman's insight:
“When you look at most social campaigns, it’s like a one-time spike,” he says. “But that’s not the case with Pinterest.”
Gupta attributes this long tail success to the power of Pinterest as a discovery platform. He says, the hardest part is getting started, but once your content starts being shared on the platform it creates what Gupta called a reinforcing loop.
“If you can start exposing thousands of people to your site and then those people start discovering content that really speaks to them on your website, they start sharing and then thousands more people discover it,” he says.
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