Spredfast, the software platform company that allows large businesses to manage their social media efforts, recently announced its new status as a Tumblr Preferred Data Partner. This partnership will allow Spredfast to access Tumblr's 'firehose,' the real-time feed of all public activity on the Tumblr platform.
The Pinterest partner program and the associated capabilities provides the infrastructure brands need to access that audience and create amazing experiences at scale. Think of these new capabilities as the sophisticated tools and infrastructure marketers really need to extract value from the Pinterest audience. Sprinklr is a launch partner for the program and a number of our clients around the world are saying that this announcement is what savvy marketers have been waiting for to really get the job done on Pinterest.
Pinterest is one part social, one part search, and two parts inspiration, making it a completely unique platform. If you continue to treat Pinterest like Facebook and Twitter, you're making a huge mistake. Keep reading to learn why.
As you may have heard, on Monday Buffer announced that their tool now connects to Pinterest allowing buffer users to schedule posts to their Pinterest boards from Buffer. We’re big fans of Buffer. Buffer is our primary scheduling tool, and one of our primary content analysis tools. Since we also has an active and growing Pinterest account, we were thrilled to take a look at this new feature. In this post I’m going to look at posting to Pinterest from Buffer, configuration options, and the analytics available. Finally I’ll briefly compare Buffer’s Pinterest capabilities with both Tailwind and Viraltag.
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With more than 70 million registered users, Pinterest is the fastest social media site to amass 10 million unique visitors. As a result, Pinterest has steadily been introducing professional features for businesses. The service now has more than 500,000 brands that are actively...
Pinterest and Instagram are the two social networks based primarily on the sharing of visual content, each of the networks having its own distinctive features. So where should visual content now be published? Find out what out what both ourselves and experts in publishing and sharing visual content...
Pinterest’s digital bulletin board is quickly becoming the preferred marketing tool amongst its social media counterparts for big and small businesses alike. With its branding-oriented features like do-it-yourself promoted pins and its recently updated analytics, Pinterest for Business is a must-have for those who need their aesthetics and visual elements front and center. Though Facebook and Twitter still rein king over content-sharing, Pinterest is quickly becoming the single most important networking site for having your brand discovered and tapping into core customer bases. Here is a quick overview of what Pinterest is, who uses it, what its business applications are, and how they can benefit you with the right approach.
Pinterest isn’t all fantasy holiday boards and dream wedding inspiration. Right now, hundreds of thousands of businesses are leveraging the power of Pinterest to drive traffic to their websites and increase sales.