Pinterest offers an attractive, easy-to-use venue for posting and sharing images, and the interactive possibilities it offers can give your online marketing campaigns a significant boost
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Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) December 13, 2012
Social media is once again leading online marketing efforts, and with the strengthening presence of Pinterest, a virtual pinboard social media site, online marketing has been given a new face. Within a year (October 2010 to October 2011) the site grew from just a little over 40,000 users to an impressive 3.2 million and as of February of this year, the number of Pinterest users has ballooned to 10 million. By the start of the New Year, it’s projected that there will be another significant increase in the number of Pinterest users as more and more online businesses uncover the unique draw and extensive advantages of this site. Studies show that many users find Pinterest so addictive that they spend more than two hours a day just looking at pinned photos of other users to gather information and inspiration.
Linkjuice, a high quality website promotion company, knows very well what Pinterest can do to help expand the reach of online marketing efforts. The LinkJuice Immense Package, in fact, specifically offers custom infographics that can be placed on clients’ websites and shared through different social media sites, including Pinterest.
“Pinterest is a fun, highly popular social media site than can be an effective platform for communication and connecting with your target market. Pinterest offers an attractive, easy-to-use venue for posting and sharing images, and the interactive possibilities it offers can give your online marketing campaigns a significant boost,” claims a recent blog post at Linkjuice.com.
As an Internet marketing platform, more and more businesses find Pinterest’s basic efficacy its biggest draw - after all, a picture really does paint a thousand words. One striking image with a clear message can garner the interest of many and be shared exponentially not only in Pinterest, but in other social networks. In a report provided by Steve Cheney of techcrunch.com, he said that Pinterest works because of the fact that “it’s unconstrained as a platform – it works from web, mobile web, in-app, and has easier baked-in virality around sharing. ‘Pinning’ has this built in because many initial pins start as ‘repins of other people’s content. In this way, existing content will often be the seed for a new user’s stream. The pin unit is genius.” This easy spread of information is very much what Internet marketing strives for and Pinterest gets the job done, hence the popularity rise of infographics.
People who have no idea how to start using Pinterest for their Internet marketing and promotions will find that creating an account is actually quite easy. Linkjuice.com has provided a 7-step image-supported Pinterest tutorial for those who want to get the process done in the most time-efficient manner.
For more information about the LinkJuice Immense Package and other services of the company, visit http://www.linkjuice.com.