Eliza Doton is a recent grad with a masters in marketing and she has her sights set on Pinterest for her dream job. She came up with a very creative way to present her resume and it landed her an interview with Pinterest!
In this episode of the podcast
- Eliza and I chat about her experience with Pinterest.
- How she formatted her resume to stand out on Pinterest.
- Eliza has a background in Psychology and marketing. She shares her thoughts on why Pinterest has become so popular.
- How small businesses can use Pinterest.
- Who on Pinterest stands out to Eliza.
- This week’s Pinterest tip of the week.
The Psychology Behind Pinterest from the Luckie Rethink Tank
12 Most Resourceful Ways Businesses Can Use Pinterest guest post on 12Most.com
A vist to Pinterest HQ
I can completely understand why Eliza would want to work at Pinterest. I was recently at Pinterest headquarters in San Francisco, California. I was as excited as a kid going to Disney World! Here are a few pictures I took during my visit.
The building is located close to other tech startups in San Francisco.
Eduardo Espinosa gave us a warm welcome. I love that clock on the wall!
Even Pinterest uses Pinterest for inspiration. There were crafty decorations all around like these fun pillows.
I really dig this cool table covered in rulers.
I didn’t get to meet Ben Silbermann or Evan Sharp, the co-founders of Pinterest, but I got to bring home this snazzy official Pinterest pin!
Connect with Eliza
On her blog Liza Travel Bug
Here’s a look at the very creative infographic styled image Eliza created with help from a freind to represent her resume that was noticed by Pinterest.
What are some of the creative ways you’ve seen Pinterest being used? Let me know in the comments below. Thanks!