The Internet has been making a gradual shift away from text and towards images for decades. Since the rise of social media and especially since Pinterest came on the scene, the shift has gained some serious momentum. In just the past few years we’ve seen that it now takes more than a well written article or social media post to get attention in the crowded online space. Now, you need to include great images for your marketing efforts to even stand a chance.
We know that Pinterest is great for traffic generation. More and more I’m hearing that it is becoming one of the top sources of traffic generation for many bloggers and online business owners. Getting traffic from Pinterest goes beyond having images from your site pinned to Pinterest.
For even the most advanced Pinterest users it’s difficult to avoid the distraction of the beautiful images on Pinterest. It’s easy to get carried away looking at all of the beautiful images and the places online that they lead you.
Today I bring you a video tip the will show you a way to save time while maximizing your pinning efforts. You learn how to use Pinterest when it’s convenient for you but still pin in a way that will help bring exposure to your Pinterest account.
Does photography intimidate you? Are you overwhelmed by all of the technical aspects of photography? Getting great pinnable Pinterest images doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive. Interior designer and blogger, Hilary Walker, shares some basic photography tips that can help us photography newbies get great images with
In September 2012 Pinterest launched the group boards feature. This allows pinners to create a board and invite others to contribute to it. Sounds like a good idea right? However, if not approached with caution your group board can go from a nice intimate gathering to wild out of control party, pinner beware!
As Pinterest has continued to skyrocket in growth, I’ve come across an increasingly pesky problem, pins with misguided or broken links. Either the pin links you to nowhere or it takes you to a site that has just copied the image.
If you’re pinning for your business, this can be a big concern, you wouldn’t want your followers and potential customers to look to you as a resource of information in your industry and have boards with pins like these.