If your business or blog happens to fit in one of the popular categories on Pinterest such as fashion, DIY or food you might think that success will be easy and you don’t need to bother with Pinterest strategies. Sometimes you have to be even more strategic to stand out from the crowd. See what one blogger did to help her pins get attention.
Pinterest is famous for DIY projects and recipes which leaves some wondering if there really is a place for B2B on Pinterest.
I bet you have a passion for your business, don’t you? You can talk for hours about your industry with a smile on your face. But when it comes to the necessary tasks that it takes to grow a business, that smile might dim just a bit. I find this happens when I talk with business owners about incorporating social media marketing into their businesses. They often don’t know where to begin or even what to ask about how to get started on Pinterest.
Changing the way we do things can be scary for anyone. For business owners who have built their business in offline world, adding and growing a digital presence can be especially confusing and overwhelming. Listen in as I chat with Shelia Butler about how she helps businesses transition and grow with digital marketing and Pinterest.
Are you using Pinterest a marketing tool for your business? Taking a moment to take a look at your account can reveal some mistakes or some missed opportunities.
In business, success often comes down to the bottom line. What do the numbers say? But should this concept also be applied to determining a Pinterest account’s success? How much does the number of Pinterest followers you have really matter?
Advertising with Pinterest promoted pins is still very new. For most businesses using Promoted Pins it’s not yet clear what will and won’t work. How to set up campaigns and how to track their success is something many are trying to figure out.