Pinterest Interests: What Marketers Need to Know

social media how toDo you need an easy way to find new content to pin?

Would you like to see pins from people other than those you follow?

Finding good content to repin has always been crucial for Pinterest success. The solution is to follow interests on Pinterest.

In this article I’ll explain how to find and use Pinterest interests to improve visibility and engagement.

what you need to know about pinterest interests

Discover what marketers need to know about Pinterest Interests.

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6 Ways to Promote Your Business With Pinterest Places

social media how toDo you use Pinterest to promote your business?

Have you heard of Pinterest place pins?

Whether you have a storefront, products or a travel aspect to your business, consider exploring the geographic elements of Pinterest

In this article, you’ll learn six ways you can use Pinterest place pins boards to promote your business or products.

pinterest places boards

Pinterest’s new Places boards have really taken off.

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How to Use Pinterest Rich Pins: What Marketers Need to Know

social media how toDo you use Pinterest for your business?

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.

For example, major brands whose product pins have extended information include Anthropologie, Home Depot, Nordstrom, Overstock, REI, Sephora, Sony, Target and Walmart.

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Product pin example from Home Depot.

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.

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