Thanks Social Media Examiner and Debbie Hemley for your awesome post “26 Ways to Make Pinterest Work for Your Business“. #mustread
When pinners find something they love on Pinterest, they often want to act on it. Maybe they want to buy the couch, rent the movie or bake the cookies they see. Pinterest is making pins better by including automatically updated details like prices, availability, movie reviews and ingredients. Find out more via Pinterest.
It’s easy it is to add a Pinterest button or widget to your website. 1) Pin It Button Invite people to pin things from your website by adding a Pin It Button. 2) Follow Button Invite people to follow you on Pinterest from your site. Follow AWEBthatWORKS 3) Pin Widget Embed one of your pins … Continue reading “5 Ways To Integrate Pinterest Into Your Website”
Last week, Pinterest began rolling out – not only their streamlined new look – but their tracking tool Pinterest Web Analytics. Already a great marketing tool, Pinterest now allows brands to track their progress by: identifying their most popular content with metrics including “most repinned” and “most clicked” tracking which dates and times are popular … Continue reading “Pinterest Introduces Analytics!”
I’m Sue Sutcliffe, the web coach, and today, I want to introduce you to Pinterest – the social climber of social media platforms. Pinterest is a virtual bulletin or “pin” board, allowing the online collection, curation and sharing of images. You can: Categorize pinboards and create themes. Play with the colour scheme for your home … Continue reading “Pinterest – the social climber of social media platforms.”
This week in social media… Pinterest In addition to last week’s early holiday gift – private boards – Pinterest has introduced BUSINESS ACCOUNTS. Convert an existing profile or register a new account as a business. Pinterest offers great support documentation to walk you through the changes, as well as detailed case studies from their beta … Continue reading “Brand Accounts for Pinterest, Facebook Pages Feeds, and Emailable Tweets!”