While Facebook still comes out on top when it comes to social media and online marketing, for businesses to get their content out to the public, Pinterest appears to beat Facebook in a number of categories.
Should your business use Pinterest? What can you do to engage your Pinterest audience? Here are three simple pointers for getting started.
As it goes for any social media platform, you have to analyze and attempt to set up a plan before setting up a page and start engagement on Pinterest to see if it is right for your business.
Instead of viewing Pinterest as a site to collect more stuff you want but just can’t afford, you might want to think of it as a place to help you save money. Starting August 1st, the social network is adding a new feature that alerts users when prices on pinned items drop.
Users who don’t want the alerts can disable them in the same settings menu where they can currently disable email notifications. At the moment, there are no customized options for the notifications; for instance, you can’t specify when you’d want to get them or if you wanted them about a particular category of products.
Check out some great uses of online marketing campaigns on Pinterest.