Pinterest’s unique visitors grew by 429% between September and December,
Austin, TX. (PRWEB) February 13, 2012
The recent Digital Marketer Pro newsletter tells all about the new Pinterest social media site, and why marketers should be using it to drive traffic. Here’s the thing, explains the recent Digital Marketer Pro newsletter, Google+ has been getting a ridiculous amount of attention (perhaps undeserved) over the last few months, because of its mega-important parent company. In the meantime, the recent newsletter by Digital Marketer Pro says, Pinterest’s stake in the social media realm has been rapidly and quietly expanding.
Here’s what marketers may have missed (because it literally happened in the blink of an eye): Pinterest’s unique visitors grew by 429% between September and December, reveals the recent Digital Marketer Pro newsletter, and will probably grow even more in the new year. This social bookmarking site has experienced a meteoric rise to #5 (just behind Yahoo), reveals the recent Digital Marketer Pro newsletter, and when it comes to [driving referral traffic, suddenly Pinterest is huge.
For people that haven’t experienced this digital “pin board” site yet, the recent Digital Marketer Pro newsletter recommends to head to over to Pinterest.com and request an invite. Even if marketers don’t actually add it to their daily rotation, it’s always good to learn what these potential traffic sources are all about, advises the newsletter, because this one’s particularly good if the product looks good on camera.
That’s because Pinterest allows users to bookmark images from the web and post them on their board, which links back to their sources, reveals the recent Digital marketer Pro newsletter. There’s no real data yet on what type of conversion rates Pinterest is generating for online retailers, explains the newsletter, but testing shows that women make up the majority of Pinterest’s traffic.
Marketers are asking what the ROI of Pinterest is, reveals the recent Digital Marketer Pro newsletter, and once again when it comes to a social media presence it doesn’t matter, because it’s free.
Pinterest has reached critical mass about as fast as any social network the Digital Marketer Pro team has seen, and because there’s no reason that marketers shouldn’t explore Pinterest plus discover what it can do for a business. That’s specially true if marketers sell a product that appeals to women and/or design savvy users, explains the newsletter.
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