pinterest for business

How to use Pinterest for the Not-So-Visual Brand

September 13, 2012

Using Pinterest for marketing is not always easy, especially when trying to build a following organically. And if you’re a B2B marketer or your brand doesn’t have an obvious “visual” appeal, it might be even more difficult. After using Pinterest for the last month or so, we found that Pinterest can still be useful for non-visual brands and is a great way to make connections!

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64 Tips and Pinterest Marketing Strategies [INFOGRAPHIC]

May 29, 2012
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Let’s face it, we are at least six months into the Pinterest craze and the upstart visual-sharing social network shows no signs of letting up. Companies are trying to figure out what kind of business uses Pinterest can assist in. (Even police departments are using Pinterest.)  I wrote a post that covered that exact thing, [...]

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5 Tips to Get Your Pinterest Pin Noticed [INFOGRAPHIC]

April 9, 2012
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Is there a “best time to post” for Pinterest? What kind of tips can we get from this Pinterest infographic that will help businesses explore how to use Pinterest for their company?

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How To Use Pinterest for Social Media Marketing [INFOGRAPHIC]

March 21, 2012

Despite the recent copyright law worries for Pinterest and its users, the social network is growing like crazy. Here’s an infographic that helps marketers not only realize what Pinterest is and how it works, but it also makes recommendations on how to use Pinterest to spread the word and drive traffic for your business.

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How to Use Pinterest For Business

February 17, 2012
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By now you’ve heard of Pinterest and you’re wondering what it can do for your company. How exactly can you leverage this fast-growing social network for your brand?

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