Are you a newbie on Pinterest, that’s great. It’s great that you’re on Pinterest and getting engaged. Pinterest calls itself “helpful”, “visual” and “full of possibilities”. I love these descriptors but I must add addictive. Sign up and search for football, or shoes, or beach house and you’ll see what I mean.
Start exploring things you’re interested in and then move on to your business page. You’ll be surprised what’s getting pinned. You can even add your boards to your website. (Click here to find out how.) We added one of more popular boards here.
Here are a few articles from Hubspot to get you started learning what’s what…
- 10 Brilliant Pinterest Board Ideas From Real Brands by Ginny Soskey
- Pin Like a Pro: 8 Simple Ways to Take Your Pinterest Pins Up a Notch by Tessa Wegert
And from Social Media Examiner:
To make your life easier, add a Pin it button to your browser.
“The Pin It button makes it easy to collect the inspiring things you find on the web. After you’ve installed it, just click the little P whenever you see something you want to add to Pinterest.”
Lynne is an online marketing professional and the owner of Keener Digital Marketing (KDM). She has been on the web, designing sites and marketing since the mid-nineties. Currently with KDM, Lynne provides SMBs with inbound marketing strategies and social media management. Along with these she offers Wordpress-based website design, e-mail marketing and graphic design services. In her spare time, she enjoys playing with mud in her pottery studio and running the roads with her kids.