Pinterest has moved from being a fun fad to a social media networking tool since being launched in early 2010. Right now the site attracts over 11 million visits per week. It is easy to use and can be fun, too!
Pinterest, though rhyming with interest, is only loosely related! Basically, it’s a virtual pinboard just like the corkboards we had in our rooms as kids and you may still have in your home or office. Pinterest is a social networking site that allows users to create photo collections online – like online, upscale scrapbooking. It is primarily a photo sharing website where the members are allowed to create albums pertaining to a certain theme or pattern.
Over the past few years, businesses have been using social media websites for promoting and boosting their businesses. The same is the case with Pinterest. You might be wondering how a photo sharing website can help your business become a success.
This book is intended to be a guide for using Pinterest to strengthen your business and brand.I already use Pinterest on a regular basis, but am just now exploring the marketing and traffic possibilities the social network offers. This e-book is a great place to start if you have been putting off signing up for Pinterest. There is everything you need to start pinning and promoting right here in 36 pages.
If you are already using the site heavily you probably already know the basics, but this book provides some fun history, statistics and ways to optimize your usage for brands. Download your own digital copy from Amazon.
You can connect with the author Kim Garst on her site: http://www.kimgarst.cm
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