Last week Pinterest announced Pinterest Web Analytics, a free tool that lets businesses track their pinning activity. It’s big news for marketers hesitant to get on board with Pinterest due to lack of measurement tools other than third-party ones like Curalate and Pinfluencer. Pinterest Analytics grounds Pinterest more deeply in data, and it tells businesses what people pin from their websites, how many people pin, what pins get the most repins, and how many impressions Pinterest content generates.
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Source The undeniable popularity of Pinterest makes it a great marketing opportunity for businesses, brands, and websites that fit with the visual nature of the digital corkboard-style site. Pinterest has endeared itself in the eyes of women everywhere with its beautiful, aesthetically pleasing, and eye-catching images. Repinning images of things like food, fashion, furniture, and… Read more »
I’m an avid social media user, and one of the things that strikes me as interesting while I’m using different social networking sites is the fact that each site has a dynamic unique unto itself. While many of us have coexisting Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and/or LinkedIn accounts, all of these sites we visit offer us… Read more »
Because of my newfound obsession with the show Political Animals, I’ve been thinking a lot about women, politics, and the upcoming election. Barack Obama and Mitt Romney undoubtedly need to stay active on social media sites throughout the months leading up to the 2012 presidential election. But, so do their wives. Obama and Romney are… Read more »
I recently saw a tweet congratulating the website The Fancy for surpassing the one-million-user mark. I’m a little embarrassed to admit that I knew virtually nothing about The Fancy. A website with more than one million users about which I was unfamiliar? This needed to be remedied. I signed up for The Fancy and also… Read more »
As I previously wrote, any company or website incorporating Pinterest into its social media campaign needs to pin things that pop. These are a few things to keep in mind when trying to stand out on the digital-corkboard site: 1. A pin is worth a thousand words. Pinterest is a visual website; eye-catching and captivating… Read more »
I started using Pinterest about a year ago, soon after graduating from college. The first time I went on the site, it took me all of five minutes to become hooked. I had to wait four days to receive my invite, which was as agonizing as standing in front of the microwave waiting for my… Read more »
Pinterest has made a splash on the social media scene as of late, and words like “pinning” and “repinning” have entered people’s everyday vocabulary. Pinterest is predominately female, as 80% of users are women. People go pin-crazy over images like home goods, women’s clothes, mouthwatering food, and wedding dresses. But, what about the guys? Sure,… Read more »
Many books that are now considered classic or canonical literary texts were once rejected by publishers. Most were rejected multiple times. The fact that publishers once considered books we now love and revere to be poorly written, of little appeal, or simply not good enough is encouraging for budding young (or old) writers. But writers… Read more »