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10 Features Missing From Pinterest. There's one thing you should know before we open up this can of worms: I have 795 pins on Pinterest.

10 Features Missing From Pinterest

Probably by the end of writing this article, I'll have 895. As you can see, my wish list of Pinterest features hasn't caused me to slam down my laptop screen in disgust. That being said, I would change a few things. 56 Ways to Market Your Business on Pinterest. Pinterest for Brands: 5 Hot Tips. This post originally appeared on the American Express OPEN Forum, where Mashable regularly contributes articles about leveraging social media and technology in small business.

Pinterest for Brands: 5 Hot Tips

We've all been hearing a lot about Pinterest lately, so you're probably wondering whether you should take the plunge and create a profile for your company. We say you go for it, especially if women are your target consumers — 70% of pinners are female. Pinterest has a highly engaged audience — a reported 3.3 million users logging more than 421 million pageviews — so there's plenty of opportunity for brands to flesh out pinboards and catch pinners' eyes. First, let's go through a quick explanation of how it works. Four Unique Ways to Use Pinterest. You’ve likely heard about Pinterest by now; it’s the hot new social bookmarking service that allows users to curate interesting content they find anywhere on the Internet by “pinning” the content to their profile on Pinterest.

Four Unique Ways to Use Pinterest

Traffic on Pinterest increased 429 percent from September 2011 to December 2011, and now boasts over 7.21 million unique visitors per month. Pinterest is something similar to Delicious, though with a heavy social layer; users connect via Facebook or Twitter and can create folders (or visual “boards”) dedicated to specific categories of topics.

Users can then use a bookmarklet in their browser to save (or “pin”) the content to Pinterest, which uses an image from the source to visually bookmark the content. 56 Ways to Market Your Business on Pinterest. Pinning For Gold. I love early adopters.

Pinning For Gold

They’re like the American settlers who came West looking for gold. They ignore the warnings of friends and bravely forge into new territory with the hope of making a better life, all the while risking attack by unfriendly natives. Some find empty streams. Some find gold in those streams. Actually, the vast majority find empty streams and very few find gold. Last night I found myself thinking about this as I listened on Facebook to real estate agents tell their stories about Pinterest. The Pinterest Stream And Fools Gold One of the nuggets shared was from Pinterest, a social curation site that’s been around for a little more than a year. Again, I love early adopters and I really do appreciate this effort. Avoid Self Promotion Pinterest is designed to curate and share things you love.

My advice here is going to be the same advice I give people in any new social network… go have some fun first. Marketing On Pinterest For Small Business Owners. 7 Ways to Use Pinterest to Promote Your Business - Plus Infographic. Image centric social networks are rapidly gaining market share due to their high engagement levels.

7 Ways to Use Pinterest to Promote Your Business - Plus Infographic

Everyone apparently loves an enticing photo. Pinterest has become the social media network to watch after growing over 4,000% in the last 6 months. At an average of 88.3 minutes per visitor it ranks third on engagement behind Facebook and Tumblr and well ahead of LinkedIn (16 minutes) and Google Plus (5.1 minutes). Pinterest is a social network with a simple premise: Users share photos that they find online by “pinning” them, the equivalent of “liking” a status on Facebook or giving a +1 on Google. Users have to download a toolbar that can be used to pin items from any Web site. 7 skutecznych sposobów promocji marki na Pinterest — Blog Enzo. Czym jest Pinterest?

7 skutecznych sposobów promocji marki na Pinterest — Blog Enzo

Tablice korkowe są obecne w naszym codziennym życiu. Używamy ich w pracy, domu czy w szkole. Pomagają nam pamiętać o ważnych wydarzeniach, gromadzić informacje, planować. W związku z tym, że coraz więcej danych pobieramy z sieci, przepisywanie informacji na kartkę czy drukowanie ich jest stratą czasu. Zamiast gubić się w gąszczu zakładek, plików tekstowych czy obrazków ściągniętych na pulpit, warto wykorzystać amerykański serwis społecznościowy – Pinterest.

(źródło: pinterest.com) Zakładając konto w Pinterest użytkownik ma możliwość tworzenia własnych boards – tematycznych tablic. Przesłanie pliku przez użytkownikaUżycie przycisku „Pin it” na dowolnej stronie, by automatycznie załadować dany obrazek do serwisu wraz z linkiem do oryginalnej strony (jeśli strona nie posiada przycisku, można skorzystać z „Pin it” bookmarklet – skrótu w przeglądarce, by uzyskać ten sam efekt)Repin czyli udostępnienie dowolnego obiektu załadowanego przez innego użytkownika. Lands’ End Contest Confirms Strategic Role of Pinterest for Brands. Though most of my time is spent helping companies create and communicate clear and compelling visions to grow their businesses exponentially, my conversations with C-level executives often turn to the topic of social media. Many executives in the C-Suite are looking for advice regarding which social media outposts, such as Facebook and Twitter, they should consider for their companies and brands.

I always start by asking them where their customers and potential customers are currently engaged. The Rise of Pinterest It appears there is a new outpost that is capturing the attention of leading brands… Pinterest. The Lands’ End Canvas brand sees Pinterest as, “the intersection of style and social, and…a natural visual platform to showcase the brands’ image and product.” “This week, Lands’ End Canvas is tapping the visual, style-conscious Pinterest audience to launch an engagement promotion. The promotion starts today and runs through December 21.