Excerpted from this long and useful article by ProBlogger about Pinterest: "I believe that blogs in any niche, not just DIY crafty blogs, are missing out on huge amounts of traffic and exposure if they are ignoring Pinterest. If you want to see your blog grow in leaps and bounds in 2013, you’ve got to pay attention to Pinterest.
I want to make sure that you fully understand the power of Pinterest, I’m going to start with the very basics before digging into the good stuff that will get you the blog success you’re looking for. At least read through the basics and info about using Pinterest accounts so that you have a better understanding of what’s going on and how to apply that to your blog.
Here’s what I’m going to cover: - What is Pinterest? - Why care about Pinterest? - Basics of using Pinterest. - Strategies for using your Pinterest account. - Get your pins maximum exposure. - Get more traffic to your blog using Pinterest. - Pinterest tools for bloggers."
“Community manager” — it’s one of many job titles that didn’t exist a few years ago. Today, businesses of every size are realizing the value of having qualified, capable, and full-time staff acting as public liaisons between companies and their audiences on social media.
But because this role is still relatively new, some people stuck in a past era think of a community manager as a young kid or intern fresh out of college, tweeting aimlessly away while watching a YouTube video.
However, we thought it would be interesting to challenge that untrue assumption and talk to several professional community managers in verticals you might not typically expect to find such a role. The organizations that we contacted have invested many resources to foster success in their staff in these positions. The candid and insightful observations from these three community managers confirm that this role is vital these days, and shed some light on how best to do the job.
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