It all starts and ends with a photo. The power of Pinterest is all within the images that you use to attract and engage your audience.
Go Big, Go Tall – Taller images and those images containing more “content” tend to get more repins than shorter images. Infographics display well on Pinterest and are an eye catching. In addition, images that show before and after tend to do well on Pinterest.
The Pinterest Stats – Shoppers head to e-commerce sites via the Pin Board
The up-and-coming social network is driving more traffic to retail web sites, and those shoppers buy more than most, says digital marketing firm Monetate. The firm’s first quarter e-commerce study also highlights another source of valuable online customers: military personnel.
USA TODAY – If you’re one of the estimated 25,000 small businesses in America, then – whether you realize it or not – video is in your future.
The consumer market for watching online video is huge. About 11 billion videos were shown in September, according to Nielsen Online.
“Whether you’re a hot-dog vendor in Boston or design firm in Santa Fe, you will be producing video for the Web,” says Forrester Research analyst James McQuivey. “Video is how your customers will find you.”