There is nothing wrong with trying to keep a New Year resolution going for as long as possible and there are a number of mobile apps that will make your efforts a bit easier.
Once you find the secret to creating high quality content, your job is only half-complete. Now, you need to figure out how to publish and track the reach of your content. Is your target audience seeing your content? If so, are they sharing it? These are all vital questions that Pinterest Analytics can help you answer.
Here is an interesting infographic that breaks down just how much time is spent on non-work activity and what it is that is distracting us.
Pinterest added a feature today that aims at giving website owners proof that they own the site in their profile.
Pinterest announced this afternoon that they have added a new feature that allows you to block another user from following you or liking/repinning/commenting on your pins.
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.
There is a big misconception out there that Pinterest is only useful to ecommerce sites. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Like any other widely-used social network, just about anyone can find success with Pinterest if used creatively.
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…
I am sure you have seen them in your Facebook news feed or on Pinterest- Images with inspirational or funny quotes written on them. People love this type of image and they usually tend to rack up the high like, share, comment and repin totals.
So how does the average Facebook or Pinterest user create such an image? It’s actually really simple. You can create one in about five minutes and don’t even need Photoshop.
The old cliché “Content is King” has never been more true in the digital marketing world. New, fresh, sharable website content not only builds your brand and generates potential leads, but it also keeps your consumers engaged and connected to your brand.
Generating your content is tough, but once you come up with the killer blog post or case study, how do you let people know about it?
Quotes are popular on Pinterest. Very popular. Now you can make you own quote images to pin just out of plain old text on a website.