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Les collectivités territoriales françaises (villes, départements, régions...) et les structures publiques qui leur sont associées (ex : offices de tourisme) vont-elles à leur tour s'emparer de Pinterest ? Au fil de ma veille, j'ai repéré quelques exemples qui peuvent vous inpirer... 1 - Un office de tourisme Il ne me semble pas étonnant que les structures touristiques commencent à s'intéresser à Pinterest : pour des raisons de référencement bien sûr, mais aussi parce que l'activité touristique se prête facilement aux illustrations (photos, vidéos), et, last but not least, parce que c'est une manière sympathique de toucher les touristes, notamment américains (Pinterest ayant un fort public d'utilisateurs dans ce pays). L'exemple que j'ai repéré ?
Looking to save some search time and launch into a rich Pinterest experience? We've scouted out some of the best Pinners the service has to offer. SEE ALSO: Pinterest Becomes Top Traffic Driver for Retailers [INFOGRAPHIC]
Whether you like Pinterest or not, one thing you can’t deny is that the site has taken off like gangbusters . You’ve heard all of the talk about its growing userbase and the sick amount of referring traffic it’s sending to sites, but the top story when it comes to Pinterest is the fact that it’s mostly popular among a female audience . It took me a while to understand what was so interesting or addictive about Pinterest but I’m finally starting to understand the power of its curation potential. When I took a look at the top ten users on Pinterest I wasn’t surprised that six of them were women and three of them were either an official Pinterest account or were accounts by one of its co-founders. That leaves one person in the top ten that doesn’t fit that criteria and lo and behold, he’s a dude. Meet the #10 user on Pinterest, Mike Dew .
With that in mind, we've created a list of the most important celebrities, brands and other pinners on Pinterest that you must follow: Alexis Ohanian (Founder of Reddit) Alexis Ohanian has one board called Stuff I Upvote.
by Jason Keath on Feb 26, 2012 Like moth drawn to a Martha Stewart decorative candle, brands are flocking to Pinterest . Whether you think they should or not doesn’t really matter. The newly viral image sharing social network is hot and users are addicted . Brands have noticed. And not just the brands you would expect.
April 11, 2012 by Roxanne Varza Typically, French companies are not the first to jump onto a new social media trend or craze. Not that any of these more traditional, historic brands is averse to social media, but they’re definitely not your average early adopters. And with President Sarkozy not setting the best social media example , we were pleasantly surprised to find a few French brands on up-and-coming social marketing platform, Pinterest. Here’s a look at a few we discovered…and a few who are, well, missing in action.