Pinterest announced a number of new initiatives today that aim at attracting more brands to the network. These new features will make managing a business page a bit less of the hassle that it has been thus far.
Google posted this helpful video on YouTube earlier today. It walks you through the steps necessary to putting Google Search and Chrome on your Windows 8 Start Screen. Fear not, the process is very easy.
Pinterest added a feature today that aims at giving website owners proof that they own the site in their profile.
One of the lesser-known features of Pinterest is possibly one of the most helpful one for content marketers.Shared pin boards are a great way to introduce yourself to industry influencers and get your content noticed by them.
Users have already been able to tag Twitter users in their check-ins, so now you are able to check-in to a venue and mention a foursquare friend on Facebook, Twitter, or both.
Here is a handy infographic that breaks down all of the elements of a quality marketing pin. A bunch of great information here, so you may want to bookmark this one and reference it when you are pinning.
Facebook recently added a pretty useful feature that has flown under the radar so far. Now, when you like a Facebook page, a small box pops up that allows you to add the page to a list or you can de-select the option to have that page’s posts show up in your news feed.
Here is a handy infographic by the restaurant supply store Instawares, that lays out some of the Pinterest basics restaurateurs should keep in mind when they begin marketing themselves on the social network…
Pinterest marketing toolmaker Pinerly has created this handy cheat sheet infographic that I though all of you Pinners might find helpful.
Ok, so you’ve set up your Pinterest business page and started pinning away. So how do you get other users to follow you?