Have you heard about Pinterest Rich Pins and how they can help your marketing?
In today’s post, I’ll show you how businesses can get more from Pinterest Rich Pins.
Get to Know the New Pins
Pinterest is continuously expanding their functionality for businesses, from creating business accounts to marketing materials to help businesses get more from Pinterest.
The latest additions to Pinterest are the introduction of rich pins to include more information about pinned images and the integration of the Pin It button with mobile apps.
There are three types of pins that now allow you to share more information: products, recipes, and movies. The additional information for pins in these categories is provided by specific websites.
The difference between an enhanced (Rich) product pin and a regular pin of a product is the enhanced pin shows current pricing details and has a direct link to the product page. Regular pins require the user to enter the price (which can only be updated by the user) and the link only pops up when someone hovers over the image.
Would you like your blog to bring in more leads for your business?
You already know you need to create awesome blog content, but there’s more to business blogging than just that.
You also need to include a few tactics to help you bring in the leads you want.
Here are some useful tactics to entice and capture leads used by top marketing business blogs!
#1: Place Opt-In Forms Around Your Blog Content
There are several areas on your blog that you can use to introduce visitors to calls to action such as free trials, free consultations or a simple mailing list opt-in form. These areas include your header, sidebar, the end of blog posts, your About page and your footer.
Unbounce, a landing page software creator, encourages people to try their software or sign up for their mailing list in their sidebar and post footers.
Have you integrated your blogging with your social activities?
Blogging can help you improve your social media marketing.
In this post, you’ll discover four tips to enhance your social media efforts using your business blog.
#1: Share Your Blog Posts in Your Social Status Updates
Not sure what to post on your Facebook wall or Twitter profile? How about links to your blog posts?
The rule of thumb is to have a 80/20 split with 80% of your updates not self-promotional and 20% self-promotional. If you use the 20% self-promotional updates to share links to your blog content, you’ll give your followers something more valuable to read than a product or service sales page.
Are you wondering how the new Twitter Vine (think ultra short videos) could work for your business?
You can share these short videos with your Twitter followers and Facebook friends.
Think of it as Instagram, except with videos instead of pictures.
In today’s post, I’ll show you some creative uses of Vine for business.
Editor’s note: You can click on any video to pause it.
#1: Engage Your Followers in Conversation
Start a conversation with your followers using a Vine video.
Simon & Schuster does this by not just asking what followers will be reading this weekend—they give them visual cues on what they could be reading.
If you keep up with social media news, you may be interested in the relaunch of Myspace.
Are you wondering if Myspace is a place for your business?
In this article, I will look at what types of businesses can use the new Myspace and how to create a great profile with the new layout.
Please note that the new Myspace is in beta mode—you can request an invite here or keep an eye out for invite offers from friends.
What is the New Myspace?
In case you missed it, here is the preview video of what the new Myspace has to offer.
Myspace has rebranded itself as a social entertainment network—connecting the Gen Y audience to their favorite music, celebrities, TV, movies and games.
They are also home to Myspace Music, which helps major, independent and unsigned artists reach new audiences.