Are you ignoring Pinterest? Could be a BIG mistake

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Are you using Pinterest to get traffic to your websites? If you're ignoring it, you could be missing a big opportunity.

A highly successful affiliate, whose progress I've been watching for years, now puts his main traffic-building focus on Pinterest.

I'm not saying Pinterest is the only reason for his traffic - far from it - but it's playing a large role in his phenomenal traffic.

This is a guy who - at his best time of the year - gets nearly 200,000 visitors a DAY.

He's not selling a product, most of his revenue comes from AdSense, and he's doing well enough to have one full-time helper and a two part-timers. So I reckon it's worth while watching what he does.

Some niches are going to be more appropriate than others for promoting on Pinterest.

His success has certainly got me thinking of ways to add more Pinterest-worthy images to my niche sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mkcoy
    I am and I've been using it for most my sites in some way or another.

    It's like when twitter first started some IM's were slow to realise it as a potential source of convertible traffic.

    Pinterest is ranking highly on its own so there's many untapped niches available.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jay Campbell
    Originally Posted by Allan_Gardyne View Post

    Are you using Pinterest to get traffic to your websites? If you're ignoring it, you could be missing a big opportunity.

    A highly successful affiliate, whose progress I've been watching for years, now puts his main traffic-building focus on Pinterest.

    I'm not saying Pinterest is the only reason for his traffic - far from it - but it's playing a large role in his phenomenal traffic.

    This is a guy who - at his best time of the year - gets nearly 200,000 visitors a DAY.

    He's not selling a product, most of his revenue comes from AdSense, and he's doing well enough to have one full-time helper and a two part-timers. So I reckon it's worth while watching what he does.

    Some niches are going to be more appropriate than others for promoting on Pinterest.

    His success has certainly got me thinking of ways to add more Pinterest-worthy images to my niche sites.
    Are you using any plugins to help drive pins on Pinterest?
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  • Profile picture of the author wfvoodoo
    I had a look for the first time today and was impressed. A great catchy photo seems essential to catch ones attention, from there just two clicks to you blog or web site.

    At first look the products and info semes more orientated to females.
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  • Profile picture of the author tjaysen70
    Cool so this guy you know, he's killing it with only adsense on his site. So he links to them from Pinterest?
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    I am ignoring Pinterest. I wonder if it's as strong as Facebook and Twitter.
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  • Profile picture of the author brazosbelle
    wfvoodoo you are right~

    The demographics of Pinterest is female, 20-40, employed with money to spend.

    Have a great week!
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    • Profile picture of the author mootonandy
      You need to be in a niche that girls like then, in my opinion. Like fashion maybe.
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  • Profile picture of the author SocialMediaOwls
    The great thing about pinterest is when you repin things you can have it automatically post to fb/twitter.

    Getting involved in Pinterest is a no brainer
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  • Profile picture of the author onegoodman
    I would be pretty careful with Pinterest. You need to have your own images, if you don't have your own I would think twice before pin it. You can get in a serious trouble for that.
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  • Profile picture of the author TMercT
    Pinterest is amazing for traffic.
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    • Profile picture of the author wordwizard
      Originally Posted by onegoodman View Post

      I would be pretty careful with Pinterest. You need to have your own images, if you don't have your own I would think twice before pin it. You can get in a serious trouble for that.
      What do you mean by "your own" images. Are stock photos that I bought the rights for okay, or do I have to shoot them with my very own personal camera (or draw them and scan them in)?

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      • Profile picture of the author glhorsegal
        Stock photos generally come with some limitations for usage. The best thing you can do is create your own image and brand it. It is good to create images that represent your service or product. Have a look at other peoples boards and see what catches your eye and why...then go make some of your own.
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      • Profile picture of the author Numatik
        Originally Posted by wordwizard View Post

        What do you mean by "your own" images. Are stock photos that I bought the rights for okay, or do I have to shoot them with my very own personal camera (or draw them and scan them in)?

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        I use stock photos that I have purchased and I have never had any troubles yet
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    • Profile picture of the author glhorsegal
      Agreed! Pinterest will boost your SEO, get you new customers and generate sales.
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  • Profile picture of the author ayindesimona
    well Pinterest is a new trend in which we can get the traffic through pics
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  • Profile picture of the author Swapnil7
    Pinterest is a growing Social Media site for sharing the views by repining them this is one of the sites driving more traffic along with facebook linkedin and twitter so don't try to ignore pinterest for SMO it can be very costly.
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  • Profile picture of the author donsdeals
    As Pinterest is relatively new, there is still a lot to learn, BUT there is so much potential on it for targeted traffic. One thing I learned quickly is not to spam... Mix good content in with your "money posts" or they will suspend your account. Don't leave Pinterest out of you traffic plan. Pinterest users on average make about $100,000 per! And they are buyers. They will also repin anything they think is valuable to their friends...
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  • Profile picture of the author kathryn1201
    According to my SEO research Pinterest is the one of the big source for traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author LisaSimpkins
    If you aren't pinning you aren't doing business. I have about 400 boards..some of these are friends boards that have ask me to join them.I have close to 7000 followers and yes they do visit my links and yes they do some buying.
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  • Profile picture of the author SeoDemon
    pinterest is good only if you have a women related niche. that's what i think.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jerry Chavez
    Originally Posted by Allan_Gardyne View Post

    Are you using Pinterest to get traffic to your websites? If you're ignoring it, you could be missing a big opportunity.

    A highly successful affiliate, whose progress I've been watching for years, now puts his main traffic-building focus on Pinterest.

    I'm not saying Pinterest is the only reason for his traffic - far from it - but it's playing a large role in his phenomenal traffic.

    This is a guy who - at his best time of the year - gets nearly 200,000 visitors a DAY.

    He's not selling a product, most of his revenue comes from AdSense, and he's doing well enough to have one full-time helper and a two part-timers. So I reckon it's worth while watching what he does.

    Some niches are going to be more appropriate than others for promoting on Pinterest.

    His success has certainly got me thinking of ways to add more Pinterest-worthy images to my niche sites.
    I have always used Pinterest, be it for personal use or for work because it gives huge traffic towards your website thus making your online business a success...
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  • Profile picture of the author davidtrounce
    I have been using Pinterest since its inception. I put up high quality images and a description. So far, it hasn't moved too many people to my money site. What other strategies do people suggest in addition to simply posting their pictures?
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  • Profile picture of the author DaveRunyon
    I have definitely been ignoring Pinterest and really need to rethink it! I got an account recently but not done anything with it yet. Really know nothing about it. I guess it is worth educating myself a little huh!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author connorbringas
    Originally Posted by Allan_Gardyne View Post

    Are you using Pinterest to get traffic to your websites? If you're ignoring it, you could be missing a big opportunity.

    A highly successful affiliate, whose progress I've been watching for years, now puts his main traffic-building focus on Pinterest.

    I'm not saying Pinterest is the only reason for his traffic - far from it - but it's playing a large role in his phenomenal traffic.

    This is a guy who - at his best time of the year - gets nearly 200,000 visitors a DAY.

    He's not selling a product, most of his revenue comes from AdSense, and he's doing well enough to have one full-time helper and a two part-timers. So I reckon it's worth while watching what he does.

    Some niches are going to be more appropriate than others for promoting on Pinterest.

    His success has certainly got me thinking of ways to add more Pinterest-worthy images to my niche sites.
    I am kind of curious how he draws people in to get to his website? What kind of catchy titles?
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  • Profile picture of the author WarHobby
    I just gave it a go with some of my products but since they are pretty much for males only I'm not sure how much luck I will have.
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  • Profile picture of the author denysapu
    I'm agree that Pinterest become a worthwhile tool for social media marketing Using Pinterest To Build Website Traffic
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  • Profile picture of the author RyanJ
    I agree about the female thing. I started marketing all of my sites there but it became clear very quickly as to what niches actually do well there.
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  • Profile picture of the author Devin X
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    Originally Posted by Allan_Gardyne View Post

    Are you using Pinterest to get traffic to your websites? If you're ignoring it, you could be missing a big opportunity.

    A highly successful affiliate, whose progress I've been watching for years, now puts his main traffic-building focus on Pinterest.

    I'm not saying Pinterest is the only reason for his traffic - far from it - but it's playing a large role in his phenomenal traffic.

    This is a guy who - at his best time of the year - gets nearly 200,000 visitors a DAY.

    He's not selling a product, most of his revenue comes from AdSense, and he's doing well enough to have one full-time helper and a two part-timers. So I reckon it's worth while watching what he does.

    Some niches are going to be more appropriate than others for promoting on Pinterest.

    His success has certainly got me thinking of ways to add more Pinterest-worthy images to my niche sites.
    Are you gonna provide an example of this? Or just make vague declarative statements about how awesome pinterest could be.
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  • Profile picture of the author RedShifted
    Social Media Driven Revenue 2012

    Facebook - 82%
    Pinterest - 17%
    Twitter - 1%

    Top 10 User Interests For Pinterest

    1) Fashion designers and collections
    2) Music art and memorabilia
    3) Vineyards and wine
    4) Utah (=wtf)
    5) Crafts
    6) Public Relations
    7) Venture Capital
    8) Iowa (=wtfX2)
    9) SEO & Marketing
    10) Graphic Design

    Now my only question... I thought youtube was social media?
    So YTF are they not listed in driven revenue? Youtube is huge.

    Info retrieved from this site: http://mashable.com/2012/04/29/pinterest-interest/

    All I can say is that my market is men, and I'm a man, and I don't honestly like pinterest. I'll stick with facebook, youtube and craigslist for now. Heard you can make a lot of money on those sites too. =]
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    • Profile picture of the author overtonis
      Originally Posted by RedShifted View Post

      Social Media Driven Revenue 2012

      Facebook - 82%
      Pinterest - 17%
      Twitter - 1%

      Top 10 User Interests For Pinterest

      1) Fashion designers and collections
      2) Music art and memorabilia
      3) Vineyards and wine
      4) Utah (=wtf)
      5) Crafts
      6) Public Relations
      7) Venture Capital
      8) Iowa (=wtfX2)
      9) SEO & Marketing
      10) Graphic Design

      Now my only question... I thought youtube was social media?
      So YTF are they not listed in driven revenue? Youtube is huge.

      Info retrieved from this site: http://mashable.com/2012/04/29/pinterest-interest/

      All I can say is that my market is men, and I'm a man, and I don't honestly like pinterest. I'll stick with facebook, youtube and craigslist for now. Heard you can make a lot of money on those sites too. =]
      I suspected twitter was poor performer but didn't think it was so low.
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      • Profile picture of the author CyberAlien
        Originally Posted by overtonis View Post

        I suspected twitter was poor performer but didn't think it was so low.
        Twitter just has never seemed to have the main decision makers using it which is probably why it results in lower B2B revenue at least. A lot of people just hire other people to handle their Twitter account who can't make business decisions.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ferozkhan
    Pinterest is the best social media site to advertise our products by posting their images. It is one of the best tools for business!!
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  • Profile picture of the author YasirYar
    Originally Posted by Allan_Gardyne View Post

    Are you using Pinterest to get traffic to your websites? If you're ignoring it, you could be missing a big opportunity.

    A highly successful affiliate, whose progress I've been watching for years, now puts his main traffic-building focus on Pinterest.

    I'm not saying Pinterest is the only reason for his traffic - far from it - but it's playing a large role in his phenomenal traffic.

    This is a guy who - at his best time of the year - gets nearly 200,000 visitors a DAY.

    He's not selling a product, most of his revenue comes from AdSense, and he's doing well enough to have one full-time helper and a two part-timers. So I reckon it's worth while watching what he does.

    Some niches are going to be more appropriate than others for promoting on Pinterest.

    His success has certainly got me thinking of ways to add more Pinterest-worthy images to my niche sites.
    That's awesome man! I'll give Pinterest a shot and will keep you all posted here.
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  • Profile picture of the author mikevaughan
    I agree. yes it does. Pinterest is the upcoming trend such as FB & twitter and other. Its growth rate is amazing. people started using Pinterest to share their Images in all categories by using pinterest. In future pinterest going to a very useful medium to share our thoughts...
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  • Profile picture of the author ownergolan
    Pinterest is great, but as you said, its for a female type visitor, mostly interested in nonsense and fashion (which is great)..
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  • Profile picture of the author wackiin
    Id like to know which pinner he is using to automate his post
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  • Profile picture of the author ef2020
    Does anybody use Pinterest for anything in the non-female niche? Also, how are you guys using it? Re-pins from 5er etc?
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  • Profile picture of the author farmingninja
    Absolutly. Pinterest is the next big thing and it has a variety of great ways to drive free traffic. Some of the best tips I can offer is pin your blog posts, if you have something to sell pin the picture and put a price in the pin. Considering you have multiple Social Media outlets....pin your YouTube videos in a board, also link your account to your Facebook Fan page. Lets connect
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    Agree. Pint rest is a must
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  • Pinterest is so helpful, an emerging strong social media site.
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  • Profile picture of the author BarbaraMcKinney
    Sounds good news huh. Thanks. We are using pinterest but then, it seems that it's very hard to penetrate on it especially if your selling a service. Well, thanks for your post. Got me motivated to make extra effort and formulate strategies. Gonna get back here if something great will happen.

    Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author selection
    It's really simple. The market is going visual, Pinterest is visual, customers can relate much better to the images than to text. It's a great opportunity to change over some strategies and make some money. Thanks for the post.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jay27
      Originally Posted by selection View Post

      It's really simple. The market is going visual, Pinterest is visual, customers can relate much better to the images than to text. It's a great opportunity to change over some strategies and make some money. Thanks for the post.
      Spot on.

      Screw endless article writing. Posting images is way easier and way more fun!
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  • Profile picture of the author bsummers
    Ignoring Pinterest is indeed a big mistake and definitely not the least thing you will do to market your product. Enough with boring texts that lifelessly lying on the plain white background; the mainstream business format has always been plain and simple, which seems to be conventionally unaccepted nowadays. There's nothing really artful about business, everything has to be lucid. However, we can't deny the fact that we are living in a visual world. Everything in this world is seemingly perceptible. And this exactly Pinterest is all about: showing HQ photos with relevant and meaningful information that can attract audience's attention. Just make sure that you genuinely own those photos though, and take time to explore and maximize its benefits.
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  • Profile picture of the author Cyborgaus
    Pinterest ins one of the good page ranking social bookmarking websites, that accepts only images and pics with links. It is beneficial for those sites who have more images than content. It is a big mistake if you ignore Pinterest. it is as important as facebook, twitter or stumbleupon.
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  • Profile picture of the author CharlesL
    Originally Posted by Allan_Gardyne View Post

    Are you using Pinterest to get traffic to your websites? If you're ignoring it, you could be missing a big opportunity.

    A highly successful affiliate, whose progress I've been watching for years, now puts his main traffic-building focus on Pinterest.

    I'm not saying Pinterest is the only reason for his traffic - far from it - but it's playing a large role in his phenomenal traffic.

    This is a guy who - at his best time of the year - gets nearly 200,000 visitors a DAY.

    He's not selling a product, most of his revenue comes from AdSense, and he's doing well enough to have one full-time helper and a two part-timers. So I reckon it's worth while watching what he does.

    Some niches are going to be more appropriate than others for promoting on Pinterest.

    His success has certainly got me thinking of ways to add more Pinterest-worthy images to my niche sites.
    It would be helpful if you described HOW this guy drives traffic using Pinterest. I mean, I'm guessing it's not enough to chuck up some boards and populate them with a few pins from your blog, right?
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    • Profile picture of the author Broderick Boyd
      I'll have to get back into it also. How are you guys using Pinterest?
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    • Profile picture of the author sanhal
      Originally Posted by Charlie Livingston View Post

      It would be helpful if you described HOW this guy drives traffic using Pinterest. I mean, I'm guessing it's not enough to chuck up some boards and populate them with a few pins from your blog, right?
      No, you are right Charlie. You have to follow other boards, repin other pinners pictures, like and comment on other pictures.

      You can create a group board and invite others in your niche with a lot of followers to pin on it.

      Pinterest has doubled the traffic to one of my blogs since I started using it at the end of last year. It does not work for some niches as well as others.

      Sandy
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    • Profile picture of the author MarketingMonk
      You need to work with pinterest intelligently. You need to create more followers in order to market on Pinterest properly. You also need to create good demographics.
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  • Profile picture of the author Leo M
    Pinterest is perfect for one of my blogs but I haven't made the move yet, would be interested on how you guys work with it
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  • Profile picture of the author georgescifo
    rarely use Pinterest, this might be because my niche is not suited for Pinterest. Maybe I have to rethink about it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kevinhoss
    Pinterest is very beneficial indeed when it comes to Internet marketing. For those that had ignored this before, you will need to start using now. This is another option in your marketing strategy that works.
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  • Profile picture of the author saloni
    I m agree with you, Pinterest is the most growing traffic social media source... Add Pinterest in your promotional routine for more traffic generation...
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  • Profile picture of the author Sanket Patel
    It can not say that it is a mistake, but you should not ignore it. Pinterest is a content sharing service from which you can update and share images, videos and many more objects. It has social features which allows to do a guest blogging, Blog posting, Link analysis. So, I think it is a good opportunity to using pintrest to receive a good traffic.
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    • Profile picture of the author CarstenK
      Since Pinterest is a female dominated site, it doesn't match my niche & audience. So I won't use it.
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  • Profile picture of the author HorseStall
    Pinterest is on my list of things to do, unfortunately the list is quite long. Perhaps I ought to move it up some...
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  • Profile picture of the author JeremyT
    Wow! Thanks for this post! I have never used Pinterest before, I will put it to use today!
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  • Profile picture of the author mike719
    Originally Posted by Allan_Gardyne View Post

    Are you using Pinterest to get traffic to your websites? If you're ignoring it, you could be missing a big opportunity.

    A highly successful affiliate, whose progress I've been watching for years, now puts his main traffic-building focus on Pinterest.

    I'm not saying Pinterest is the only reason for his traffic - far from it - but it's playing a large role in his phenomenal traffic.

    This is a guy who - at his best time of the year - gets nearly 200,000 visitors a DAY.

    He's not selling a product, most of his revenue comes from AdSense, and he's doing well enough to have one full-time helper and a two part-timers. So I reckon it's worth while watching what he does.

    Some niches are going to be more appropriate than others for promoting on Pinterest.

    His success has certainly got me thinking of ways to add more Pinterest-worthy images to my niche sites.
    YES! I am ignoring it horribly. Well... I looked at it once, got confused, didn't quite "get" it and left. I am sure in a year or so I will wish I got started sooner but I am so focused on FB/Twitter right now... :-/
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  • Profile picture of the author smartmehndi
    pinterest is a good page rank social bookmarking site....and this site is help for SEO..
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  • Profile picture of the author wsotoolz
    Thanks Allan for the inspiration! I started using Pinterest a little over a month ago and have already acheived 4,000+ visits from Pinterest alone in the last 30 days and this has generated me over an extra $100 in adsense revenue. Now I just have to scale things up!
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    Seems like most of these social booking marking sites are driven by people that don't have 9-5 jobs that have the luxury of spending all day on the internet: stay at home moms/dads, people that work from home, retirees. Wouldn't that explain why more women are on Pinterest? Stay at home moms. Anyone have any good sources of statistics on this demographic? It would be interesting to know.
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    Pinterest is good traffic generator if we have worthy images to share from our website! Awesome images can be a good source of clicks and visits form our pinterest pinboards to our blogs or websites.... and creating a pinterest for business account is imperative to build a targeted traffic!

    You can read: Your Ultimate Guide to Pinterest Business Account
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  • Profile picture of the author january14n
    Pinterest is part of my social media arsenals though I find a lot of success using Twitter and Linkedin on the other hand. Anyone heard about Pinterest development I bet with that news everyone will get interested to check them back again.
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  • Profile picture of the author sandyallain
    I am using Pinterest for some of my customers- not hardcore with viral marketing campaigns or instructographics. But I can see the success yet with very little effort. And I can emphasize the importance of the correct pinning time.There were many great blog posts our there lately with helpful informations how to deal best with Pinterest.
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