A picture is worth a thousand words, and with Pinterest, you have the unlimited ability to showcase your brand in a way no words can describe. Pinterest can be authentic, creative, engaging way to connect you to like-minded people (or “pinners”).
On top of the posting and organizing pictures on your Pinterest page, you can also link those pins to your website, which in turn can get you some great referral traffic. Your pins can be organized into boards, so it’s easy to maneuver through your page. Like Twitter, Pinterest allows you to use @ to mention and recognize other pinners and # to link certain search words to your pins, so when a pinner searches for “recipe’s” it will pull all pins that have #recipe’s tagged. Plus you can use keyword rich content to describe each pin, helping even further in the search results.
In the end, each of these great pinning tips may take more time, howeveer it can pay off to spend a little extra time on making the pages you have great. If you don’t have the time or funds to make a page with quality pins, @ mentions, #’s, links and great description content, maybe it’s not for you. For the businesses who take the time or pay the money to have a beefed up Pinterest page, the results could very well pay off. Pinterest pulls first page Google results on many searches.
Some ideas of what images to post to your Pinterst are: your custom products, how-to-images, fashion/trends, recipes…. Remember, you can link any picture a website, so take a look at your own website, blog, social media… and get to pinning! – See more at: http://downlifter.com/blog.html#sthash.EhM64xsb.dpuf
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