Deploying The Gift Feature To Get Listed Twice When you add the $ sign into the comments section of your pin, a snipe (or banner) appears across the top left hand corner with that price on the photo. So two things to keep in mind here: #1 don’t put any text on an image you’re going to include a price and #2 once you have put a price on something, that item shows up in the Gift Section, in addition to whichever board you pinned it on.
Look up some of your customers on Pinterest and study what they pin to their boards, thus what their interests are. Then, using that as a guide, build Boards along those interests.
Add the "Pin It" widget to your site like the one below this paragraph.
Just like you have the social network widgets on your website and blog, you can add the Pin It widget. This allows readers and visitors to automatically share something they like on your site with their networks.
They get pinned—a lot. Here's a sample. If you need help creating your infographic, contact me!
Pinterest on Pinterest.
A collection of real-time examples from Pinterest of how businesses, organizations, universities, nonprofits and others are putting it to use as a communications and marketing tool. This board also will include tips on using Pinterest.
Try it out! By the way, the best time to post on Pinterest is a Saturday morning!
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June Van Klaveren, owner of Compelling Communications, helps her clients be known, be heard and be seen through dynamic marketing material creation. She can be reached at 800-779-0067 or through www.compelcom.com