Infographic Source: QuickSprout
If your business is selling visual content (products), rather than services, I am sure you have thought about which of the various social media platforms is better for you. To give the answer right away, you should be on all platforms! I know that many don’t agree with me, but I don’t see why you should waste free marketing space. The question is much more, where do I start?
This infographic takes a look at Pinterest and Tumblr. Both are great for visual content and can make your products shine in front of your audience. Have a look and see what might be the best way to start or focus on.
Infographic Source: everypost
For those that wonder why they should have a presence on Pinterest, here is a list of at least 30 reasons why you should be on there. In general, EVERY retailer should be on there. Pinterest is one of the best platforms when you look for an option to visualize your products in your attempt to market.
Have a look at this infographic and see the reasons why you should be there. Most likely you will run out of excuses, if you don’t have a presence yet.
Infographic Source: Omnicore
Pinterest has grown into one of the best marketing tools for retailers. Driving traffic is mandatory for every website that is used to drive sales. Creating new and returning visitor traffic is challenging. Have a look at this infographic and see how Pinterest can help you creating traffic in support of your marketing and sales efforts by making your pins searchable.
Infographic Source: Hall Internet Marketing
Pinterest is one of the biggest players in the social media world when you need a site that helps you to sell your products. For most social media savvy businesses the site shows better results than Facebook and some others highly regarded platforms.
This is an outstanding infographic about how to use Pinterest and why you should use it this way. Have a look, and happy pinning!
The infographic below shows the most popular social media platforms and marketing tools in the digital marketing world. Pinterest, Instagram, YouTube and Google+ are currently the fastest growing networks. Interesting that 3 of the fastest growing are “visual” platforms.
Infographic Source: Campaingium
Retailers big and small are grappling with how to use social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest to bring shoppers inside their physical stores. Target is having some success bridging between online shopping and in-store buying, setting up displays in its stores flagging shoppers to popular items from its Pinterest pin boards. Bloomberg’s Emily Chang took to a Target store in San Francisco with Steve Patrizi, Pinterest’s head of partner marketing, to see these displays in action. (Source: Bloomberg)