Pinterest Content

  • 9 Ways to Improve Your Pinterest Marketing

    … Pinterest marketing. #1: Build Customer Personas To have an effective Pinterest plan, it is vital to understand your audience. When you know your followers, you are better able to create engaging Pinterest content that connects with them. Etsy knows their customers like to do things themselves, and provides them with DIY tips and tricks to keep them…

    Julia Mccoy/ Social Media Examinerin Social- 23 readers -
  • Pinterest Marketing: How to Succeed on Pinterest

    … belief, there is tons of stuff for guys on Pinterest. Jeff explains that men are the fastest growing demographic on Pinterest. In 2014 the number of men on Pinterest doubled. In fact more men use Pinterest in the United States every month than read Sports Illustrated and GQ combined. To make his point about good content for men on Pinterest, Jeff…

    Michael Stelzner/ Social Media Examinerin Social How To's- 38 readers -
  • Pinterest Interests: What Marketers Need to Know

    …, but certainly worth it. What do you think? Do you use Pinterest interests? What cool discoveries have you made? Do you have any recommendations for Pinterest profiles that are following great interests? Please share your thoughts and recommendations in the comments. Tweet Tags: cynthia sanchez, pinterest, pinterest app, pinterest content, pinterest description, pinterest engagement, pinterest feature, pinterest interests, pinterest tip …

    Cynthia Sanchez/ Social Media Examinerin Social- 17 readers -
  • How to Boost Your Content Reach With Social Media

    …. That way, your feed doesn’t become too self-promotional. Pinterest and Instagram First 24 hours: Pin all blog post images to Pinterest or Instagram. When you publish a blog post, share the visual elements to a relevant pinboard on Pinterest or in your Instagram feed after the post goes live. This will help drive viral interest in your content…

    Social Media Examinerin Social Content Twitter How To's- 30 readers -
  • 3 Steps to Promote Your Blog on Pinterest and Facebook

    … with your business name (or domain name). You can create a pinnable image with easy-to-use online photo editors like PicMonkey, iPiccy and Canva. Make your new image at least 400 pixels wide. Make your shareable image eye-catching. When you insert your new image into your blog post, place it in the upper half of the post so visitors see it right…

    Beth Hayden/ Social Media Examinerin Social- 33 readers -
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