WOW! Pinterest is at it again, lots of big changes have happened over the past couple of weeks. In this week’s podcast we’ll take a close look into these changes and find ways to make them work for you and your social media marketing goals.
I recieved some great feedback form a couple of listeners about how much they enjoyed episode #7 where I went over some of the basics about getting started on Pinterest.
Since there have been many changes to Pinterest lately, this is the perfect opportunity ro record another solo episode about how you can maximize the recent changes for using Pinterest for your business.
Some of the topics covered include:
- Introducing Rich Pins
- Double pin warning
- Integration of Pinterest into brands iOS apps
- Pinterest’s mobile app changes (new features)
- How tall images such as infographics now function
- Product pins tell you where you can buy the product, pricing and availability.
- Recipe pins give information about ingredients, number of servings and category of recipe.
- Movie pins tell you the rating and cast information.
Go ahead and click yes to get to here:
Click “update to make sure you have all of the latest features like being able to sen pins to friends on Pinterest and in your email list:
What do you think about the solo episodes of the podcast and the recent Pinterest changes? Share your thoughts in the comments below or give me a call on the Oh So Pinteresting voicemail line at (773)669-7461 or (773)NOW-PIN1.
It would be great to hear from you and your question or comment could be used in an upcoming episode of the podcast. Thanks!
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On a different topic, this podcast episode was recorded the day after the massive tornado hit Moore, Oklahoma. I spent most of my childhood in Oklahoma and seeing such a large part of Moore destroyed is absolutely heartbreaking. A high school classmate of mine, his wife and 4 kids were fortunate enough to escape with their life but lost their home and everything they owned.
Please consider donating something to help the victims who have lost so much. Here is a list of a few organizations that are working hard to help the people of Moore recover.
Feed the Children ($10 donation by texting the word DISASTER to 80888)
Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma ($10 donation by texting the word FOOD to 32333)
For a more extensive list from NBC news of organizations that are working to help the victims of the tornado, click here.