Fast Company recently reported that Pinterest was not only one of the most visited sites in the country, but also that purchases made through the site bring in twice the revenue per order than through Facebook or Twitter. With traffic only showing signs of increasing and the site releasing free analytics tools, there has never been a better time to start using Pinterest to your advantage.
Yet, many marketing and PR pros using the platform say that just posting a pretty photo isn’t enough. For tips on how your client can start pinning with the best of them, read How to Make Pinterest Work for Your Brand.
– Nicholas Braun
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