Learning how to get Pinterest traffic is moving up the Internet marketer priority list as the photo- and image-driven site increases users at remarkable rates. It’s great for free traffic, but also for SEO, affiliate marketing, branding, and more. It’s the virtual scrapbook that’s making its way into the lexicon of Internet websites that dominate the social media scene.
Digital Marketer knows the importance of staying on top of the newest trends and topics. They decided to release a special RAW Training session on the values of Pinterest, and how to leverage it for business marketing needs. “Pinterest for Marketers: Pin It to Win It” takes months’ worth of Pinterest research and analysis and turns it into useable advice from the experts in online marketing.
Using Pinterest for business may seem like a no-brainer; it is, but a successful approach takes effort and
understanding. “Pinterest for Marketers” shares the optical/mental mind trick that makes one pin to the site equal the power of 1,000 blog posts. It also teaches the science to pinning, re-pinning, and following that can boost a brand’s connectivity to their like-minded potential customers.
By quickly becoming the number three social networking site behind Facebook and Twitter, Pinterest is perhaps the fastest growing phenomenon the Internet has seen in years. CNET made this clear in a recent article.
“Interest in Pinterest is skyrocketing. Launched a little more than two years ago, the social photo-sharing service has doubled its number of daily unique visitors to 4 million since January,” the article said, citing data from marketing information firm Tamba.
“The percentage of social media-driven revenue that comes from Pinterest has grown from 1 percent in the second quarter of 2011 to 17 percent in the second quarter of 2012. In that same time, Facebook has declined from 89 percent to 82 percent, and Twitter has plummeted to 1 percent from 10 percent,” said the article.
Add to that the fact that Pinterest hit 10 million monthly unique users faster than any other stand-alone website in history, and there’s pretty good reason to jump on the bandwagon. Granted, this sort of thing happens every couple of years because of growth in general Internet usage, but it’s still something to tout as marketers look for more ways to spread their brand’s reach.
“Pinterest for Marketers” gives insight on the specific niches and industries that are uniquely qualified for a presence on Pinterest. On the other hand, it also helps businesses who think they have no hope benefitting from a Pinterest account understand the best way to develop a successful strategy.
The integrated curation that Pinterest encourages brings all sorts of things together in one spot, and puts it on display for everyone to see. Since that activity is so popular online today, businesses need to find the best ways to use Pinterest to their fullest advantage. Find out how to get Pinterest traffic by gaining access to the new RAW Training from Digital Marketer. Go here for more information.