Social Media Insider – Pinterest




Q. Social Gal, Our company is launching a new Pinterest account in October. Do you have any advice for businesses just getting started on Pinterest?

A. Preparation is key. Start by creating a business account and confirming your site. This will provide you access to improved reporting and allow people to search and find your brand on Pinterest. Next, think about your audience. Make decisions on what boards and pins may appeal to them, and use web analytics if available and knowledge of your audience to help. Finally, have content created and be prepared to share pins daily, as it’s important to be consistent. If you are struggling to develop content, just remember you can pin or repin other people’s content as well.

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Until next week, Stay Social!

-Social Gal


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