How To Use Pinterest For Your Business

Social Media QuestionsHow To Use Pinterest For Your Business
Avatarrajatjain asked 2 years ago
AvatarAditya replied 1 year ago

Want to boost your business on pinterest, just follow these simple steps-
Make your company’s profile on pinterest, make a complete profile.
Verify you website, without verification of your website you can not move ahead
Use appropriate theme and content for your profile.
Use rich pins to give more information to the users, about a specific topic.
Always appreciate commenters, which is a best practice.
Publish your website content or images with interesting and eye catching description.
Start following peoples, follow your customers, and be updated about what people requires from you.

AvatarRUBY replied 1 year ago

Pinterest is a highly visual medium, so it’s worth the effort to create quality imagery. Your photos should be clear, well-lit, well-composed, and—most importantly—in focus. If you don’t have the time, the tools, or the skills to create imagery of your own.great visuals alone are not enough to create serious engagement. Make the most of the description field to tell viewers exactly what they will get if they click through to the linked content on your site. Make sure to include your most important keywords to help your Pins appear in search (but, of course, be sure to do this in a natural and helpful way rather than engaging in keyword stuffing).Pinterest is a social network, not a billboard. If you want people to engage with your Pins, you’ll need to be engaged yourself. Follow boards or accounts from relevant but non-competitive brands in your industry, and make sure to actively like and engage with Pins related to your niche.

AvatarJESSICA replied 1 year ago

Increase Your Brand Authority
Do you want to establish authority in your field? This is a common goal for many businesses on Pinterest.

Middle Sister Wines positions itself on Pinterest as an authority in the wine industry by creating several Pinterest boards that provide useful and educational information to their followers while promoting their products in fun ways.You don’t have to create all the content that you pin on Pinterest. To help position yourself as an authority in your field, share from a carefully vetted combination of sources to ensure your boards contain the most accurate and useful information available.

Middle Sister’s Wine Tips and Tricks board contains videos from their YouTube account, alongside resources from other industry experts. The board addresses topics such as how to pair wine with food and what type of glass should be used to serve different kinds of wine.

Follow Middle Sister Wines’ lead and pin relevant and helpful resources. Your followers will come to think of your account as the go-to place for reliable information about your subject. And as you increase your authority, you’ll continue to build trust, which could lead to increased customer loyalty and referrals from brand advocates.

AvatarSOPHIE replied 1 year ago

Do you want to expand your reach and grow the size of your audience? Consider leveraging the community on Pinterest.

Use Group Boards and collaborate with popular pinners who have a large following to expose your brand and content to more people.

While Better Homes and Gardens (BHG) has a strong standing in traditional media, the average BHG Pinterest board had fewer than 200,000 followers.

One of BHG’s latest Pinners of the Month is Jennifer Chong. Jennifer pins content from BHG’s website to the Pinterest-owned board which exposes all of Jennifer’s 2 million followers to BHG’s content and to the BHG Pinterest account. As Jennifer’s audience follows the board, BHG’s follower numbers grow.Your followers will see what your contributors pin, and what they pin will reflect on your business, so trust between parties is important.

The collaborative partnership should benefit both parties. In the example above, Jennifer received recognition and exposure from a renowned magazine and Better Homes and Gardens increased exposure and following of their Pinterest account.

A poorly conceived partnership built around content that isn’t relevant to your existing audience could lead to a loss of followers. Collaborate with someone outside of your niche and your followers will be confused. The collaboration must make sense.

AvatarISABELLE replied 1 year ago

Pinterest is an another social network that uses visual orientation. It is more focused on the concept of a person’s lifestyle, allowing a platform where where one’s tastes and interests with others and discovering those of likeminded people.

Such as the norm of most other social networks, standard social networking such as following other people’s boards, liking and commenting and other such activities takes place.

It is one of the fastest growing platform for online content sharing.

Small businesses capitalize on the Pinterest surge to market their products and grow their consumer base.

Like all other social media, it creates brand awareness and facilitate website leads to an extent too.