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How To Syndicate Your Pinterest Boards « Marketing On Pinterest. Pinterest: The Next Social Frontier for Music. Pinterest is steadily growing out of the stereotype that it's just for sharing recipes and planning weddings.
The social scrapbook already plays a central role in the social media strategies of visual artists, publishers and certain types of businesses. Now, with the addition of features for pinning music and video, musicians are catching on. Just as early-adopter bands and artists flocked to Twitter, Tumblr and Instagram, some are experimenting with visual bookmarking on Pinterest. Conventions are emerging as those brave enough to dive in head-first experiment with different approaches. Which of the top ten US online retailers are on Pinterest? Pinterest’s rapid rise in popularity means it is now the third most popular social network in the US after Facebook and Twitter.
As such, marketers can’t afford to ignore it; particularly as evidence suggests that its users convert at a higher rate than those from the bigger social networks. To see whether brands are taking Pinterest seriously as a marketing tool, I looked at which of the top ten retailers have Pinterest accounts and how they are using them. One of the main problems when searching for brands on Pinterest is the number of fake accounts that exist. For example, there are around 12 different accounts that purport to be for Amazon. But here are accounts for the top ten retailers, which, based on the content and number of followers, I believe to be official... Amazon Amazon’s boards are a strange mix of products, ranging from magazine subscriptions to office toys. The best one is ‘Animal Inspired’ which, as the name suggests, displays a number of animal-themed products. Tout savoir sur Pinterest - INNOVATION. Les bonnes astuces pour débuter et bien utiliser Pinterest.
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16 Ways Educators Can Use Pinterest [INFOGRAPHIC] Teachers are known for their organizational skills, so chances are they'll love Pinterest's intuitive and logical design. The social network's user experience has helped it earn a top spot among today's most popular social networks. Therefore, we predict that teachers will give it a gold star, too. Our friends at OnlineUniversities.com have put together the following infographic, which details how teachers can use Pinterest to organize lesson plans, distribute curricula, collaborate with other faculty, and even encourage student participation. SEE ALSO: 9 Ways to Engage Your Employees on Pinterest Remember, however, that Pinterest's terms of service dictate that users under the age of 13 are prohibited.
Image courtesy of Flickr, cybrarian77. Brands on Pinterest: To $ or Not to $? [STUDY] Brands should be wary of attaching price tags to the products they pin on Pinterest, a new study from analytics startup Pinreach and Josh Yang, a MBA candidate at Harvard Business School, indicates.
The two parties discovered that pins with price tags are just as likely to be shared as pins without price tags. Both types were repinned between 5.4 and 5.5 times on average. Pins with price tags received slightly more likes, however: 1.4 likes per pin versus 1.1 likes per pin. Users can attach price tags to pins by typing in a "$" sign followed by one or more numbers in the description box. The price tag appears not only in the description, but also in the upper lefthand corner of the pin thumbnail and image, like so: The results were based on a randomized sample of 1 million pins, 1.2% of which bore $ tags.
When brands affixed price tags to product pins however, users behaved differently. Why the behavior shift? The Ultimate Pinterest Post. Il y a Pinterest… mais aussi les autres (Polyvore, TheFancy, Shopstyle…) Impossible de passer à côté du Buzz de février (avec un “B” majuscule) tellement tout le monde en a parlé.
Je parle bien évidemment de Pinterest, terme que toutes les agences digitales et Social Media Managers ont eu à la bouche ces dernières semaines. Nous n’en sommes pas fiers mais nous avons participé nous aussi à ce brouhaha digital en publiant nos avis respectifs et qui se rejoignent (l’article de Fred Cavazza : Connaissez-vous Pinterest, le dernier épiphénomène d’une longue série ? Pinterest for retailers and content marketers: infographic. The Power of Pinterest. By Internet Marketing Inc: Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock the past few months, you’ve probably heard about the up and coming image sharing website known as Pinterest. For those unfamiliar with Pinterest, it’s quite simple. Imagine if Flickr and Twitter had a child together that combined the image sharing of Flickr with the social functionality of Twitter. Users can upload and share pictures with a network of over 10 million people and follow the activity of their friends and other users. Since its launch in March of 2010, Pinterest has shown explosive growth and shows no signs of slowing down.
The Marketers Guide to People Who Pin. By Erin Ledbetter at IgniteSocialmedia: Unless you’re living under a rock, or started boycotting the internet when SOPA was first introduced last year, you’ve heard Pinterest is growing.
But just how much traffic is Pinterest getting these days? According to ComScore, Pinterest has over 4 million users and is rapidly growing. Data from Google Ad Planner below shows nearly 1.5 million unique users are visiting Pinterest daily, and spending an astounding 14+ minutes on the site. While this is pocket change compared to behemoth Facebook’s ~500 million daily uniques and 23 minute visits (yes, I’ve heard other numbers, but need to compare apples to apples here…) this rapid growth , coupled with Pinterest’s focus on discovery suggests the growing network is not to be taken lightly by brands.
Pinterest user demographics include women, ages 25-54. Only 25% of Pinterest users have earned a bachelors or higher degree and the majority live off a household income of $25-75K. Is Pinterest Works Better Than Google+ ? By Jon Mitchell at ReadWriteWeb: Let's be grown up about this. Pinterest is an app for sharing lists of scrumptious-looking stuff. It's not for girls or guys, it's for people who like looking at things. The story I've heard is that it was designed for architects and designers and "then brides found it. " This is why, my sources explain, it tends toward the jewelry-and-table-settings end of the spectrum. But like on any social network, it just depends on whom you're following.
5 Steps For Increasing Sales With Pinterest. It’s all a buzz. Millions are flocking to Pinterest (over 12 million monthly actives for that matter). Most are women (82%) pinning to boards for weddinginspiration, new fashion styles, and decor ideas for their homes and nurseries. But men are also quickly jumping on board (pun intended), mostly from the UK, Japan and France.
More importantly, small business and big brands have widely adopted Pinterest as a way to express their persona, to show personality, to flaunt some cool new products and to make a few extra sales. The question is, does your brand belong on Pinterest? 1. 8 Strategies for Launching a Brand Presence on Pinterest. By Charles Nicholls at Mashable: Many marketers have heard of Pinterest, but despite this, most brands have yet to hop on the hottest new social network. In this article, we’ll look at why Pinterest is important to brands and provide seven simple steps for leveraging brand presence on Pinterest. Pinterest has quickly become one of the top five referring traffic sources for several apparel retailers. A study by Shareaholic in January showed that Pinterest drove only a fraction less referral traffic than both Twitter and Google, and more than Google+, YouTube and LinkedIn combined.