“Wow! A disaster on #Pinterest. It’s having a nervous breakdown,” wrote one. “No ones pins are in the right place. All the boards are totally mixed up. A corrupt database, perhaps? For instance, on my Darius Design account. under one of my boards called Mobile Design… now I have something called Sexy Food?”
Pinterest referral traffic is growing at an alarming rate. In fact, a recent study from Piqora found that the average visit-per-pin increased 172 percent in the first half of 2014. Moreover, the average revenue-per-pin grew by 67 percent in the same time period. This data proves that Pinterest offers many opportunities to brands who are taking advantage of the platform. Brands that haven’t established a presence on the social network, however, are seriously missing out.
Dari was invited to pin on Lonely Planet’s World Food board on Pinterest several months ago. It’s an exploration and treasure trove of recipes from around the world. Check out World Food on Pinterest.
Whether you already employ a social media consultant or are looking to hire one in the near feature, consider asking the following questions so that you can be assured that you are both working toward the same goals.
Pinterest today launched an analytics system to measure how much interest and traffic the red-hot scrapbooking network is sending to other websites. But Pinterest knew the answer before a question had even been asked: Pinterest is driving loads of traffic, and money.
The redesign is being tried with a small group of users that you can sign up to join, but everyone could get the new way to nest online if it’s popular.
Did you know that Pinterest is the now the 3rd largest social media network and growing fast!
We recently set up our Pinterest account.
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