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July 22, 2014
When it comes to social media, the biggest turn off for businesses is that it takes too long. I always find people asking me after one of my talks about social media how I find the time in my day to spend on social and my answer is always the same; I only spend 20 minutes on my social media a day. Here are the tools I use to help me schedule my social content every week.
March 21, 2012
Pinterest released a new page design for profile pages this week that will be advantageous for both pinners and businesses. The new design highlights the user profile in a large header and has added more connection options for a user to populate. The board’s image preview has gotten an update,...
March 12, 2012
What does the future hold? Is Pinterest bound to join the narrow ranks of megaplatforms like Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Amazon? Or is it simply the flavor of the week? We’ll get the perspectives of social media experts in our upcoming webinar on Tuesday March 13th at 12pm ET
March 10, 2012
Pinterest’s spectacular ascendancy into the upper strata of social services has prompted a rash of warnings to beware the shiny object. The notion of the shiny object (and the syndrome that bears its name) has its origins in fishing. In addition to bait and flies, lures are one way to catch a fish...
February 15, 2012
Did you know that the hottest new social media sensation has only 16 employees? Yet they are one of the fastest growing websites. Look at the amazing statistics in the infographic below. Do you think Pinterest will be long lasting? , a visual marketing firm, studied Pinterest’s amazing...
February 02, 2012
To those of you who lead “the Pinteresting life,” you’ve contributed to a phenomenon that is certainly putting its clicks where the hype is. By that I mean, Pinterest is a two-year old cultural sensation that is borderline causing dependency among its users and the rabid audiences they’re developed...