Pinterest has really taken off in last few years. What was considered as a website for sharing and curating wedding pictures and recipes has now emerged as a major contender in social media space, particularly in the eCommerce and retail business. This infographic looks at 30 reasons to market your business on Pinterest in 2014.
Pinterest is the fastest growing social media platform in history, having 10 million unique users and growing. This infographic includes some of the latest statistics and helpful tips that could help your Pinterest boards generate lots of traffic.
A recent Pew study has shown that 15% of Internet users are now on Pinterest, making it the third most-popular social media site in the U.S.. And now the site is making a localized effort in the U.K. Some say that Pinterest is disrupting the social media landscape but is it influencing online purchase behavior as well?
Pinterest has become a social network that your business can no longer ignore. Many entrepreneurs and brands are reporting that Pinterest drives more traffic to their website than YouTube, LinkedIn and Google+ combined. Learn why it is important to invest in Pinterest in this infographic by Submit Edge.
No doubt, you have now heard about Pinterest which allows its users to organize and share content on virtual pin boards. But did you know that Pinterest can also be used as a valuable marketing & sales tool for small businesses? You most likely already have electronic images, brochures, and other collateral on hand. So why not pin them and begin to enjoy the benefits of this fast growing social media site?
Many women love it. Marketers are fascinated by it. It is the fastest growing social media site in the history of such sites. But what is it? We’re talking about Pinterest and although many are flocking to this online pin-board style of site, there are still many who just don’t get it – CEOs being one of those groups of people.
Pinterest debuted in 2010, and already has 10.4 million users. Most of those users have come recently as the site is experiencing a whopping 400% month-over-month growth! Pinterest represents a huge growth opportunity for businesses. Buzz Referrals has created this infographic to help businesses better understand the phenomenon that is Pinterest.
Social media has made many changes and has come a long way from the trend it use to be. Now it has became a way of life for most. So how much has social media changed in 2012? The following infographic presented by The SEO Company shows the current state of social media in 2012.
Pinterest is now the 3rd most popular social network site in the world! Shopify analyzed data from +25K online stores and shows their findings (including conversion rate, average cart size..etc..) in this infographic to demonstrate how Pinterest is driving ecommerce sales.
As of late, there is a lot of attention given to Pinterest about their great design and how they were able to attract huge traffic but they have a new competitor, TheFancy. Fancy is a very close competitor to Pinterest and moreover, they have already defined their revenue stream which Pinterest hasn’t done as of yet.
Flowtown has published the following infographic that examines “Pinterest addiction” which seems to be spreading like a zombie apocalypse virus. Proof? Pinterest users spend an average 98 minutes on site per month, third only to Tumblr (2.5 hours) and Facebook (7 hours). And is there an antidote? Why would you want one?
America’s newest social media darling, Pinterest, can be an attractive proposition for small businesses who want to display their products. But how do you know if Pinterest is right for your business? Take the test below, published by Intuit and in infographic format, to find out.
One thing marketers and brand managers cannot ignore is the fact that Pinterest has provoked a resurgence of web site referrals, which have been trending downward since the advent of other social sites like Facebook and Twitter. The details included in the following infographic will help you better understand this audience and ultimately, the undeniable impact of Pinterest as a referral platform.