How to Market on Pinterest Without Being Too Obvious

On August 10th, 2012, wrote:

Through a stream of stylish, beautiful images, Pinterest has shown to be particularly successful for niche retailers and E-commerce sites. With a large audience predominantly comprised of females, categories such as beauty, home design, arts and crafts have gained a strong foothold in this quickly growing social site. While the marketing benefits of Pinterest are alluring, how do you market without over-exposing your brand? Don’t make the mistake of being too obvious, as it may alienate your audience. Instead, the following are several tips that can help you use Pinterest to market your business, without making too much of a scene: Where Does Your Business Fit In? Before hastily posting pictures onto your account, you may want to consider how Pinterest can fit into your marketing strategy. While retail and niche businesses on Etsy easily fit with Pinterest, service-based businesses can also use the social giant in creative ways. For example, if your business focuses on swimming pool services, then – Read the full article

Pinterest and SEO: Using the Social Media Darling to Improve Your Search Performance

On March 29th, 2012, wrote:

There’s a new social media darling in town. And – like Facebook and Twitter – it’s bringing in tons of buzz and millions of new users. (Around 11.7 million users so far, in fact.) Pinterest is what it’s called, and, as the name implies, it’s a pinboard-style social photo sharing website, which, since its launch in March 2010, has taken the Web by storm. We wouldn’t be surprised if you decided to integrate Pinterest as part of your search engine optimization and social media marketing efforts. After all, where the people go to is where the business is. We do hope you do it right, though! That’s why we came up with a list of best practices and fantastic tips for using Pinterest to improve your SEO performance. Enjoy! Using Pinterest for SEO Post fresh, repin-worthy stuff. It doesn’t matter if it’s on Pinterest, Facebook, or Twitter: people will only share your stuff if they think it’s cool and fresh – Read the full article