Should you be Pinning?

Written by editor on March 19th, 2012

How Pinterest Is Becoming the Next Big Thing in Social Media for BusinessHow Pinterest is Becoming the Next Big Thing in Social Media for Business
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Move over Facebook, Twitter and Google+. Another social media site is stepping up as a valuable marketing tool for businesses. 

Pinterest, an online bulletin board for your favorite images, launched in 2010 and is already experiencing wild growth. The site registered more than 7 million unique visitors in December, up from 1.6 million in September. And it’s driving more traffic to company websites and blogs than YouTube, Google+ and LinkedIn combined, according to a recent report from Cambridge, Mass.-based content-sharing site Shareaholic.

Why should small businesses care? To answer that, you first have to understand how consumers are using the site. Pinterest allows you to organize images — maybe pretty sunrises or wines you’ve tasted — into boards for specific categories. When you “pin” something new, your followers will see it. They can like, comment or re-pin it to their boards. Like Facebook content, your Pinterest pins can go viral.

Here are a few questions to ask yourself and see if it could benefit you.
How is it Being Used?
Can it Drive Sales?
Is Pinterest right for my Business?

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