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Guest Post by the sterkly CPA network Pinterest (which is pronounced pin-terest ) is a social bookmarking site which enables users to “pin” their interests, as images, to categorized boards. This relatively new digital sharing platform has thrived in the online jungle, where content is king.
Pinterest is the Next Big Thing, if it's not already the Current Big Thing . The image-sharing social network appeals to people across the globe, no matter what your interest.
People are motivated to visit blogs from Pinterest by one thing: image quality Let’s remember, every action in liking, re-pinning and sharing in Pinterest is visually-driven. Recipes, kittens in coffee cups, hot infographics, and inebriated people removing themselves from the gene pool – along with brilliant photographic and video work will get seen, shared (read: lifted and “repinned” to others’ boards) and make you the cat’s meow in Pinterest .
By Bliss Hanlin, Community Manager at eModeration (and Pinner extraordinaire)
A guest post by Steven Kramer of hybris. With 10.4 million registered users, Pinterest , the pinboard-style social networking site, is presenting retailers with new marketing opportunities and challenging them to embrace new tactics in the quest to connect with consumers online.
A few weeks back, I shared some helpful tips about using Pinterest in ministry: 5 Ways to Market Your Church Using Pinterest .
Inspiration Day – Kotex Women Smoyz , an Israeli creative agency found a way to generate buzz on Pinterest.
As if there was ever any doubt that the “pin” is winning, a new report from Experian says Pinterest is now the third most popular social network in the U.S., based on number of visits, surpassed only by Facebook and Twitter.
From the perspective of travel, there’s another problem.
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Pinterest, the image-sharing site that’s currently sweeping the nation, has updated its user agreement policy to address concerns about potential copyright violations committed by its users. Here’s what you need to know.
Dashboard A weekly roundup of small-business developments. In this week’s Dashboard , we quoted from a guide to using Pinterest prepared by Jay Ehret, a marketing specialist.
Pinterest, the photo bookmarking social network created by Cold Brew labs, has relaxed rules against self-promotion and dropped another clause from its terms or operation in which it had previously said it may sell content posted on its site. Staff Silicon Valley Business Journal
Originally published at Social Web Daily
by Jason Keath on Mar 22, 2012