Enjoyed your post about the problems with searching on Pinterest and agree with the frustration! Psst- want to know things you shouldn’t re-pin, tips for using secret boards and more Pinterest good stuff? Check out my Pinterest category pagefor all my Pinterest posts. As you likely already know, most companies focus either on B2C or B2B . Occasionally, a brand will offer products or services to both, but it’s more common for a company to specialize in just one of those two models.
The problem arises when you have only a few posts and even if you create extra pins for the same post, the repin rate may not be so good. I found this great resource on how you can use Google Analytics to manual pin at times when your audience is most active. Just to be clear….you only post 8-10 pins from your blog and then pins that come from another source? I have never heard of pinning so much content from another blog.
Renato “ray” Gutierrezvp Of Business Dev
Make sure you don’t have search privacy enabled. Search privacy makes it impossible for people to find you when they’re most likely to buy – i.e. when they’re actively searching. Verified businesses have that little red check mark by their name and without it, people may not trust that your profile actually belongs to your brand. Currently, you can’t request that Pinterest verify your business, but if your profile has your logo and your name, Pinterest will likely reach out to you. Doing what you can to verify your business — and making it clear that it is your profile, with or without the red check mark — can go a long way. 84% of pinnersconsistently use the platform when they’re researching decisions.
- Yesterday, I got a comment on my post on Facebook by a friend who’s been dead for 7 months.
- This is helpful if you are researching something, because you are likely to find similar things to the pin you are looking at right under that pin.
- I’ve also had the unpleasant experience of account suspension, through an over zealous automated bot.
- Traffic coming from the site leads to more opt-ins, conversions and sales than from other social media platforms.
- Note that the Edit Profile window is a pop-up window, so make sure you have pop-up windows enabled on your computer.
It’s 2020 and after a whirlwind of a decade, it’s safe to say that social media has dominated the online space and taken society by storm. Social media has impacted the way we communicate, shop and interact with brands on a daily basis. When marketing to Gen Z and Millennial audiences, Facebook and Instagram are the common focus for many e-commerce businesses. What many don’t realize is that Pinterest has now become a huge player in driving traffic to e-tailer products and brands. Learning why Pinterest is good for business has never been more important. Jen still uses Pinterest just like any user; pinning authentically, blogging regularly, and being very active on social media.
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Giving credit to the original source should cover Pinterest any issues. I wanted to give a quick guide to those who needed it and get more in depth for the people interested in knowing more. I directed anyone who read my book review about “The Final Confession of Mabel Stark,” to Pinterest if they wanted to see great circus photos of the famous tiger lady. I tried to find more public domain or fair use credit attribution photos of her and seemed to run into a dead end. I agree with you, Stan, that it’s better to be safe than sorry. I haven’t heard any news about Pinterest getting into trouble for pinning numerous photos.
When you click a pin, the image that shows up maxes out at 735 pixels instead of 600 pixels . The pictures are also better looking in general. There are no more white borders around each pin . The photo goes all the way to the edge of the pin, which results in larger photos on the feed page.