Pinterest for fun two

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This is an OLD presentation but the main change is the numbers have now gone UP!

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  • 1. For Fun!
  • 2. What is Pinterest? Pinterest is a virtual pinboard (bulletin board). Pinterest allows you to organize and share all the beautiful things you find on the web. You can browse boards created by other people to discover new things and get inspiration from people who share your interests. People use boards to plan their weddings, decorate their homes, and share their favorite recipes.
  • 3. Over 48.7 Million Users 80% of Pins Are Re-Pinned 97.9% of Users are Women Brand with Most Followers – Nordstrom
  • 4. Pinterest Lingo • PIN – An image added to Pinterest - Content • PINBOARD – A Set of Theme-Based Pins • PINNING – The Act of Visually Sharing Content • RE-PIN – Reposting someone else’s Pin • PINNER – Person who Pins Content
  • 5. Join Pinterest/Login
  • 6. Find Friends
  • 7. Settings
  • 8. Social Sharing • Logging in to Pinterest with Twitter or Facebook allows you to Post Pins on Facebook or Tweet Pins on Twitter • Other Pinners can share Pins they browse on their Facebook & Twitter accounts as well
  • 9. Find Stuff to Pin
  • 10. Pin It
  • 11. Re-Pin
  • 12. Home Feed – Find Boards
  • 13. Pinterest Etiquette • Pinterest does discourage blatant self-promotion “Pinterest is designed to curate and share things you love. If there is a photo or project you are proud of, Pin away! However, try not to use Pinterest purely as a tool for self- promotion.” • Organize Pins to Proper Boards • Re-Pin often • Follow People Back
  • 14. GET PINNING!! www.Pinterest.com/LDONO1 Laura M. Donovan Vice President – Social Media Services THE WORD PRO www.TheWordPro.com Laura@TheWordPro.com ©The Word Pro 2013 – May not be reproduced Presentation Sources: HubSpot.com/BusinessInsider.com/Pinterest.com