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The Public Relations Guide to Pinterest
Google Analytics, Social Network, Social Media, Media Marketing, Pinterest Traffic, Website Content, Blog, Socialmedia, Howto
How to Track Traffic From Pinterest in Google Analytics: "It’s hard to ignore Pinterest‘s explosive growth over the past year. In a short period of time the social network has gone from relative obscurity to a top 100 site with 11.7 million unique monthly US visitors. But how many referrals does Pinterest generate? Are the visits valuable? Do they convert? Are they engaged? How many people use the “pin it” button on a site? Which pictures on a site are the most pinned and repinned?"/ Mar 14 '12
How to track your website's content on Pinterest. Includes instructions on how to make your own rss feed. #Pinterest #blogging #howto
How to track your website content on Pinterest. -> Ann Smarty is a search marketer and full-time web entrepreneur. Ann blogs on search and social media tools. Her newest project, My Blog Guest, is a free platform for guest bloggers and blog owners. Follow Ann on Twitter @seosmarty.
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Ann Smarty is a search marketer and full-time web entrepreneur. Ann blogs on search and social media tools. Her newest project, My Blog Guest, is a free platform for guest bloggers and blog owners. Follow Ann on Twitter @seosmarty. Pinterest is now one of the most efficient traffic sources, in some cases even surpassing networks like Twitter. Naturally, a lot of social media marketers are embracing Pinterest to increase social media reach and to drive traffic to their sites.
Great Mashable article on how to track Pinterest traffic in Google Analytics.
Jim Gianoglio is the manager of insight: social & mobile at Lunametrics, a Google Analytics certified partner that also specializes in social media, SEO, and PPC. You can follow him on Twitter @LunaMetrics or @jgianoglio. It's hard to ignore Pinterest's explosive growth over the past year. In ...
An interview with Sarah Skerik, on why press releases are far from dead.
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Sarah Skerik of PR Newswire details why press releases aren't dead.
Great inforgraphic from The New York Times - the words used most often to define public relations.