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#PinterestConsultant shares 22 ways to improve your images to increase your chance of getting click thrus or even going viral based on the latest research. Go here to read the full article http://blog.viraltag.com/2014/04/06/22-ways-images-go-viral-on-pinterest-based-on-latest-proven-research/ #PinterestInfographics #PinterestForBusiness
22 ways images go viral on Pinterest
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22 ways images go viral on #Pinterest based on latest proven research. #tips
22 ways to improve your Pinterest images to increase your chance of getting click throughs or even going viral based on the latest research.
SOCIAL MEDIA - "PinterestConsultant shares 22 ways to improve your images to increase your chance of getting click thrus or even going viral based on the latest research. Go here to read the full article http://blog.viraltag.com/2014/04/06/22-ways-images-go-viral-on-pinterest-based-on-latest-proven-research/ #PinterestInfographics #PinterestForBusiness".
Lots of #photography tips… Who knew?!
How to make your image go viral on Pinterest: #infographic #socialmedia #pinterest
8 Pinterest Tools for Social Media Managers
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A collection of Pinterest tools that will help to get maximum benefit out of the Pinterest platform. See how we're helping local businesses in the Richmond, CA area >> http://thelightdigital.com/free-marketing-consultation/
Amazing tools make your #Pinterest experience PIN-TASTIC!
Pinterest tools to make your life Pinteresting
An easy way to manage business and personal accounts on Pinterest
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Managing multiple pinterest accounts with one login
Managing business and personal Pinterest accounts - http://mariposadevelopment.com/an-easy-way-to-manage-business-and-personal-accounts-on-pinterest/ #pinterestforbusiness
An easy way to pin something to a business account, from your personal account.
for when i pick a name and domain and make an email address...
Managing multiple accounts
Pinterest Analytics Tools
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Pinterest: Как измерить полезность пина? 3 инструмента. Читайте на Cossa.ru
Despite its growing popularity and the way the business and marketing implications are becoming clearer, Pinterest is shockingly under represented when it comes to analytics. We have read multiple stories about Pinterest being a great traffic source (even when compared with any other social media…
Pinterest tools to measure pin impact
REally useful tools to Measure each pin Impact - pinterest analytics tools
What CEOs Need to Know About Pinterest [Infographic]
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One quote states "Pinterest brings more traffic to a website than Twitter". Interesting. CEOs Guide To Pinterest
Fresh on IGM > Ceos Guide To #Pinterest: What CEOs need to know about Pinterest the latest in social networking popularity and the proven traffic driver. > http://infographicsmania.com/ceos-guide-to-pinterest/
16 Ways Educators Can Use Pinterest [INFOGRAPHIC]
6 Pinterest Analytics Tools to Supercharge Your Influence @locallita
Pinterest: I love you, I love you not (daisy optional).
How to Make Images Stand Out on Pinterest
How Tech Is Changing College Life [INFOGRAPHIC]
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Pinterest: Why You Need These 6 Add-on Tools
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Pinterest: Why You Need These 6 Add-on Tools. #Pinterest page for Small Business Trends
Pinterest can be a valuable social tool to help brands build their network and increase traffic to their websites. That’s especially true for businesses that have something visual to share such as ecommerce businesses, design businesses or businesses that use photos, videos and…
What can cosmetics and personal care brands do to use Pinterest more effectively?
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How To Get Your Pinterest Marketing Data?
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The Rapid Rise of Pinterest’s Blockbuster User Engagement [CHART] - #Pinterest #infographic #engagement #social media
Pinterest infographic - by Bootcamp Media ( #Pinterest #Marketing #SocialMedia #Infographic )
Nuttige info over dit medium ;-)
What Are Pinterest Users Into Now? Check Out Pinterest’s New Categories
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New categories include "Quotes", "Tattoos", and "Weddings".
Announcing New Categories on Pinterest!, via the Official Pinterest Blog
Pinterest introduces new categories.
10 Tips for Marketing your Business on Pinterest [Infographic]
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The 10 Commandments of Using Pinterest for Business ~ best practices and tips for putting Pinterest to work in your social media marketing strategy. Via HubSpot #Pinterest #business #marketing
The ten commandments of using #Pinterest for business. #infographic #SMMU
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The 10 Commandments of Using Pinterest for Business [Infographic, Social Media Marketing] #NerdMentor
Pinterest marketing: Creative ways to engage your fans with contests, images, offers, and more.
6 Ways to Drive More Pinterest Engagement | Social Media Examiner
@Ela Matter - this reminded me of my wedding cake, and I think Vivi would kill it as a wedding cake.
Flower Dress by Halabaloo on Gilt
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Get Traffic to Your Website Faster With Pinterest
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. Commuting------Being stuck in traffic is bad for your health and it’s not because of road rage. Huffing gas fumes during a long commute means you’re taking in high levels of air pollution, which increase your risk of a heart attack. So regardless of if you’re a driver, passenger, cyclist, or subway rider, the excess exposure to traffic pollution is damaging your ticker.
How to Find Joy in the Daily Grind -- Rather than dwelling on what you dislike or amassing overdue work, focus your mind on more productive thoughts. "You can choose to think about the positives, about your overarching goals, and about ways you might improve your situation," Here are three suggestions to help you find greater satisfaction in your everyday work life: 1. Connect rote tasks to bigger goals. 2. Create small challenges for yourself. 3. Hack the tasks you hate. / Sept 16 '13
10 Highways American Drivers Hate | Better Roads
Cars Are Getting Greener: What About The Roads?
6 Elements of a “Sticky” Pinterest Campaign
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56 Ways to Market Your Business on Pinterest #socialmedia #pinterest #marketing
56 Ways to Market Your Business on Pinterest by Beth Hayden 4.8kTweet 1.2k+1 3.2kLike 815Share 22.0kPin image of pinterest logo In case y...
Copyblogger says: Part of Pinterest’s appeal is that it’s beautiful. Enter the lovely world of Pinterest, and all the troubles of your day-to-day life just seem to slip away in a stream of perfect little black dresses, baby otters, and cherubic children who never seem to get dirty or mouth off to their parents. Because it’s image-based, the core of Pinterest is overwhelmingly positive. I like to think of Pinterest as Facebook without the whining. Yes, Pinterest is beautiful. And yes, its users love it. But don’t let all the hearts and flowers fool you. Behind those lovely images, Pinterest is fast becoming a heavy hitting marketing tool for brands and businesses … like yours. Let’s take a quick look at why this is, and then we’ll get into 56 specific Pinterest tactics you can use to your own marketing advantage. What is Pinterest and why should I care? Once you’ve got a Pinterest account, you can create online collages (“boards”) for different topics you’re interested in, and then add images and videos to your boards by “pinning” them (the equivalent of using glue sticks on old-school vision boards, but faster, slicker, and considerably cooler.) Pinterest has nearly five million users, and is rapidly growing. Nearly 1.5 million unique users visit Pinterest daily, spending an average of 15 minutes a day on the site. Think those inspiring vision boards don’t result in referral traffic to websites and blogs? Think again. In January 2012, Pinterest drove greater traffic to websites than LinkedIn, Google Plus, Reddit, and Youtube — combined. I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about how beginner, intermediate, and black-belt Pinterest users are using it to grow their businesses and connect with their customers using these appealing online collages. Here are 56 powerful ways I’ve come up with to incorporate Pinterest into your content marketing mix … Pinterest marketing for beginner pinners … Make sure you feature your business name on your profile for maximum exposure. Use your business name as your username, or change your profile name to your business name after your profile is set up. Add a paragraph about who you are and what you’re interested in to the “About” section on your Pinterest profile. It will show up right under your photo, and will be one way that users can find out more about you. Connect your account with your Facebook and Twitter accounts. Not only will it help you gain followers, but making this connection adds social media icons under your profile picture that link to your Facebook and Twitter profiles. Don’t forget to add your website URL in your profile, too! Pin lots of stuff. Pin content steadily, instead of in huge bursts, to maximize your exposure and engagement. Come up with creative and interesting board names. They get shared whenever you pin something, so make them enticing. But be creative — you need to keep your board names short. There isn’t a lot of room for long descriptive titles. Tag other Pinterest users in your pins by using “@username” in your descriptions. Network with other professionals and vendors in your field by using this feature. Not many people are doing this yet, so it’s a great way to build your following and stand out. Comment on other people’s pins. Just like with tagging, this feature hasn’t really caught on yet, so use it regularly to really engage with other users. Obviously, use the same good manners and common sense you would when commenting on a blog or other social media site. “Like” other people’s pins to give a thumbs-up when you want to recognize great content. Pin from lots of different sources, instead of just from one or two sites. Variety is important on Pinterest. Mix pinning your own unique finds with doing lots of “repinning,” which is repeating someone else’s pin to your followers (just like a Retweet on Twitter). The person whose image you repin gets notified via email, and they also get a credit on your pin, which increases their following. Feel free to pin your own blog posts, but don’t over-promote. Follow the usual etiquette rules of any other social media site, and don’t be the boorish one at the party who only talks about himself. Pin videos! Pinterest has a special section just for pinned videos, and there are far fewer videos than images on Pinterest at this point, so use them to distinguish yourself. Any YouTube video is easy to pin. When you pin an image, add a description under it. Be smart about these descriptions — a good description will stay with an image as it gets repinned all over the Pinterest world. If the image is something from your own site, definitely use your business name in the description. After you pin a new image using the very handy Pinterest browser bookmarklet (a great tool in its own right,) use its built-in social media prompts to re-share your pin on Twitter and Facebook, too. Use Pinterest’s embed option to publish pins as content in your blog posts and website pages. Note: As Pinterest is catching on, you may need to tell your users that they need to click on a Pinterest image to get to the original source. When I tried this last week, a reader wrote to me and asked, “Is there more to that Pin thing? Or is it just a pretty image?” Get the Pinterest iPhone app, so you can repin on the go, pin from your camera and add a location to your pins so others can find your images. Optimize your website content for Pinterest sharing (Part One): Use images in every single post you write, so your post can be shared on Pinterest. When you find yourself getting lazy about this, remember –- not using an image in your post means no one will pin it. And remember — the prettier the picture is, the more it will get pinned. The images that appeal to Pinterest members are powerful and emotive, so keep that in mind when choosing your pictures. That combination tends to work well for your blog readers, too. Optimize your website content for Pinterest sharing (Part Two): Consider watermarking your images, or adding text to them. If you’re using your own images on Pinterest, one of the best ways to help your image stand out is by adding a clear description to the image itself, or adding a watermark with your business name. Make sure it’s clear, but that it doesn’t block out the main subject of the photo. Create seasonal or holiday boards that relate to your brand. Example: New Year’s Resolutions, Fourth of July, etc. Users love these. Add a prominent Follow Me on Pinterest button to your website to advertise that you’re a pinner! Pinterest marketing for intermediate pinners … Search for new images to pin (or for trends) by using Pinterest’s search function. The search bar is in the top left of every Pinterest page. Use keywords in descriptions of pins, so pinners can find your images and boards when they do their own searches. Make sure you’ve got a Pin It! button added to the footer of each of your blog posts so your readers can quickly and easily share your content on Pinterest. Your Pinterest page has its own RSS feed! Find your Pinterest feed by clicking on the RSS symbol under your profile photo, then use it anywhere you can use a feed (Facebook, LinkedIn, for syndication on other sites, etc.) Advertise your Pinterest feed to your readers and ask them to add you to their RSS feedreaders. Got a WordPress site? Feature your recent pins in a widget in your WordPress sidebar by using a Pinterest widget. You can add contributors to any of your boards. Use this feature to engage your staff and let them contribute to your Pinterest presence by using adding to your company boards. Your staff will love this, and your boards will be richer for it! Want to find out who’s been pinning your stuff? Go to: http://pinterest.com/source/yoursitehere. For an example, check out Copyblogger’s source page. Look at your site’s page often to discover which posts and images are resonating with Pinterest users. Use that information to shape your content strategy. Add prices to your pins to create your own Pinterest shop. To add a price to a pin, type the $ or £ symbol followed by item’s price in the pin’s description. When you add prices to your pins, they may be featured in Pinterest’s “Gifts” section. Create a board that tells the story of your company and communicates your core values. Make this board available to people as part of your sales process. Consider creating “thank you” boards for current or past clients that send special appreciative messages. Could you create a holiday thank you card? Or one that celebrate the launch of a new client’s big project with your company? Pin tutorials on your boards. Need to walk a client through how to use your products or services? Or do you want to create free how-to videos to use as promotional materials? Pin your videos and presentations on special “How-To” or “Tutorial” boards. Anything you teach your clients can be made into a tutorial. Watch for trends. Click on the “Popular” link on your Pinterest home page to research what’s catching on with pinners, then integrate those trends into your content strategy. Be yourself. Pinterest is all about personal expression, so don’t be afraid to pin stuff that represents who you really are. Create a special board to highlight your company’s team members. Use the description under each photo to write a bio of each person. Show behind-the-scenes photos of your company. People love knowing how you make things! Become an information curator for your niche. Gather the newest and best resources on your boards. Become a trusted source of information on Pinterest, and your following will grow by leaps and bounds. Integrate your Pinterest account with Facebook’s timeline feature, so you post content in both places at once. Highlight old content on your blog so that people can repin your archived posts. The LinkWithin tool will add a footer to your blog posts that features images and links pulled from old content, giving people the opportunity to pin previous articles. Thinking about freshening up old photos, or going back through your blog archives and adding photos to those text-only posts? Now is the time! Remember — the prettier the picture, the more pins you will get. Pinterest marketing for black-belt pinners … Find out when you’re getting the most repins, likes, comments and referral traffic by regularly analyzing both your Pinterest profile and your site traffic stats. Test out pinning on different days of the week and times of day to maximize traffic and audience engagement. Connect your clients who use Pinterest by introducing them to each other. Recognize your best pinners by sending out a weekly “Best of Pinterest” email that includes spotlighted boards and pins from your clients’ profiles. Create moderated boards for your fans to express their support for you. They can add videos, blog posts and photos from your events. Do you have a number of different ideal client personas? Create a separate board to represent each client persona, then use those boards during your sales cycle and embed them into your website pages so people are clear about the kinds of clients you’re trying to attract. Create boards for the classes and webinars you teach, and use them as supplemental material for your students. You can use the boards during your class or presentation, or send your students home with Pinterest boards to explore after class. If you’re teaching a live class or workshop, include pictures from the actual event. Create boards for referral sources, affiliates and strategic partners, and let them add to the boards. Engage with the partners so they know they are included and appreciated. Allow your best customers or star students to join in on certain boards and pin ideas and suggestions about how to use your product, or themes that go along with your products and services. What could be better for showcasing how awesome your business is than creating a dedicated testimonials board? Use Pinterest boards to tell client stories. Turn boring written case studies into powerful visual stories. Check out your VIP clients’ boards to get ideas for special thank you or holiday gifts. Create quick-start guides or owner’s manual boards for your products. Or if you’re primarily a service provider, create a “How to Get the Most Out of Working with Me” board with ideas and suggestions on maximizing your service relationship. Create boards for conferences that you attend. Carry cards with instructions on getting invited to post on that board — conference attendees will love this! Create beautiful, visually interesting coupons, and add them to your boards. Your clients will be blown away if you create special boards just for them that include resources and ideas tailored to their individual situations. This will really make your company shine is done regularly and well. Offer exclusive Pinterest promotions. Create pins that give special promotions for following you on Pinterest. Run a Pinterest contest. Invite your readers to pin links and images from your site that inspire, motivate, move or entertain them. Then judge the winners by creativity or ingenuity and offer a juicy prize. Offer to promote the winners’ Pinterest boards on your site as part of the contest. Pinterest is a beautiful (and effective) content marketing tool Pinterest is not only picking up steam in social media circles, it has become a proven source of traffic for blogs and websites, quickly surpassing current favorites like LinkedIn and YouTube. While lots of folks are flapping their jaws about the impressive statistics of Pinterest, some companies are quietly using this fabulous new tool to pin their way to better customer engagement and a visually interesting, personally appealing brand. My advice? Take a long, hard look at including Pinterest as part of your 2012 content marketing plan. And start making your social media strategy more beautiful, one little pin at a time.
Wow -- a very helpful article with tips about using Pinterest for business via Copyblogger. I picked up several ideas that I hadn't thought of before!
Use Pinterest As A Marketing Tool http://www.wordstream.com/blog/ws/2012/05/01/pinterest-marketing-guide #Pinterest #marketing #sales #social #network #business #company #growth #mediahut
Free Ebook: How to Use Pinterest for Business - http://www.hubspot.com/how-to-use-pinterest-for-business/ I always use the smart resources from the Inbound Marketing pioneers at Hubspot. They make things simple and no frills.
Free Ebook: How to Use #Pinterest for Business #socialmedia
Why Social Networks Like Pinterest Will Never Be Marketing-Free Posted 3/1/12
Free Ebook: How to Use Pinterest for Business Looks like intersting E-book.
Wondering how to use Pinterest? This ebook might open your eyes to how some of the features would work for you. Seemed appropriate to "Pin It" in my Social Media Marketing board. Let me know what you think!
Useful primer for anyone starting out on Pinterest #pinterest #business #marketing #ebook
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Six Ways To Effectively Promote Events on Facebook – Case Study
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Pinterest users are three times more likely than average Internet users to have visited Disney World in the past year. Their favorite magazine is Good Housekeeping. More than half of them have drank alcohol in the past month. They text and email from mobile phones and use mobile apps more often than average Internet users. They’re 11% more likely to use Verizon than other web surfers and 19% have Motorola phones.
Who’s Using Pinterest Anyway? [INFOGRAPHIC]
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Everything you ever wanted to know (and more) about Pinterest users | #Infographic from Modea - data from a study by comScore #Socialmedia
Pinterest users are three times more likely than average Internet users to have visited Disney World in the past year. Their favorite magazine is Good Housekeeping. More than half of them have drank alcohol in the past month. They text and email from mobile phones and use mobile apps more often than average Internet users. Theyre 11% more likely to use Verizon than other web surfers and 19% have Motorola phones. Digital and Social Media Marketing Agency Cloud 21 PR - http://www.cloud21.com
What Are Some Very Pinteresting Facts? #Pinterest #Infographic Internet Marketing Infographics courtesy #PurposeAdvertising
Everything you ever wanted to know about Pinterest users |#pinterest #infographic
Very Pinteresting thanks @Blog Pinterestitaly
Six brands making good use of Pinterest, and two that aren't
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#Pinterest: What define brand as a place to turn to for an inspiration? 9 best practice tips for brands #socialmedia
Estrategias en #Pinterest: organiza tus #boards y sácale partido.
Study: Pinterest Users Follow More Retailers Than Facebook Users
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Facebook is great for building awareness and connecting with customers and Pinterest is better for conversions, since users already know what they want, but are simply discovering where to buy these items.
STUDY - Pinterest Tops Facebook in Shopping Engagement #ecommerce #socialmedia via www.allfacebook.com
Top 5 Pins…About Pinterest