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Make Your Images Work For You On Pinterest

All Pinning Is Not Equal

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Pinnable Business has put together a very handy infographic that can help you makes sure the images you upload to Pinterest do the work you intend them to.

Lots of businesses are hopping on board Pinterest, one of the fastest-growing, heavily-trafficked social sharing sites out there. They post pictures of their products, illustrations from stories they publish, etc. But, some postings do better than others.

A few things to consider include:

    Don’t just pin from other sites. Upload your own images as well.

    Rename your images so the filename is more descriptive.

    Do lengthy descriptions.

    Don’t abuse Pinterest as your advertising site. Use it socially.

    Put the Follow and Pin It buttons on your site.

Browse through the full infographic below for more great tips on getting better mileage out of your pinned images on Pinterest.

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Make Your Images Work For You On Pinterest
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  • http://pinterest.com/mykonosgrand/ Panayiotis Dactilidis

    Great article, lots of useful tips, thank you

  • http://www.joeshopping.com Andrew Kardon

    Nice visual explanation of Pinterest! Thought you might be interested in an article I just wrote concerning “101 Best Stores to Follow on Twitter”: http://www.joeshopping.com/blog/3111/101-Best-Stores-to-Follow-on-Pinterest

    It took a lot of research to put this post together, and it was quite surprising how many popular merchants don’t even have an account on Pinterest. Just as bad, a lot of stores do have accounts, but have done next to nothing with them. So those who are doing it correctly, certainly deserve some praise and support. But in this day and age, it’s shocking how many brands just can’t grasp social media at all. It’s pure brand awareness, tied in with social interaction in a really fun way. Stores that “get it,” are hitting it out of the park. Stores that don’t, are just setting up a page and wondering why it’s not giving them any boost.

    Thanks!

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