When any person is planning a trip somewhere, what she looks for most is a visual of it. You just can’t expect anyone to choose a place without knowing anything about how it appears. At least not in these days, when the internet and social media are at their peak.
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Through both personal and professional experience I’ve seen the results of a wide range of clients and websites and their efforts to use Pinterest as a viable marketing tool. Some have failed miserably while others have seen repins and website visitors in the hundreds of thousands.
Many restaurant owners mention that they’re getting an influx of new customers due to efforts on Instagram, YouTube and the newest social media darling; Pinterest
I thought I would break it down to the very basics, making this the clear image use and optimization guidelines for all those who have been as confused as I was.
Optimising content for each of these Social Media sites can make the difference between a runaway hit and a complete waste of time.
Pinterest has its do’s and don’ts. Not following the written and unwritten rules means that your presence will look less than professional so do ensure that you are following the correct pinetiquette.
Pinning your blog posts to Pinterest is an increasingly effective way of generating more traffic and conversions, you must ensure your blog posts are pinnable
Ensure that your community is made up of relevant, engaged and influential people by reading our ‘Klout for Business: A Guide to Measuring Social Media Influence’.
Bemused by the new Pinterest changes? We look at 6 changes Pinterest have created and analyse how they will help business owners to become more successful on Pinterest
Using social media can be a really creative, fun, and effective tool for crowdsourcing your company and your company’s projects. But using social media haphazardly can have disappointing results.