Potenital for brand growth is huge on Pinterest, with the website accumulating 10,000,000 subscribers in just under 2 years.
London (PRWEB UK) 27 April 2012
With only but a few international healthcare brands adopting the latest marketing avenue for social media, quit smoking website QuitFullStop has planted its flag by extending its brand presence online to further narrate the objectives of the service.
Muscling in on a social territory previously dominated by tectonic forces Facebook and Twitter, Pinterest is giving followers a personal mantelpiece upon which to hang their interests and the image-focused site has piqued the interest of QuitFullStop, which is intent on delivering a cutting message with a playful accent.
QuitFullStop reveals a clear statement that the collective toxins do terrible things to a person’s health and can potentially deteriorate the health of those around them, by way of a series of storyboards involving viral imagery and factual annotation.
The QuitFullStop Pinterest profile includes boards that pertain to the following themes: A Quit Smoking Timeline; How to Occupy Hands After Smoking; Smoke-Free in 10 Steps; and Quit Smoking Myths and Truths, joining a number of existing hospitals and clinics in the health subcategory.
Potenital for brand growth is huge on Pinterest, with the website accumulating 10,000,000 subscribers in just under 2 years, and experts agreeing that it refers more traffic than Google+, LinkedIn and YouTube combined.
Quit smoking service QuitFullStop is an online resource aimed at people who want to quit and stay smoke-free. Both first-time quitters and those who are trying again can visit the main website for tools and tips on the best way to achieve their goal. In addition, a host of impartial advice makes clear the most practical and renowned quit smoking treatments, should a smoker want to weigh up their options before purchasing a treatment of any kind.