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10 Pinterest Pointers For Businesses

Pinterest is gaining interest and users. We recommend 10 tips for making effective and purposeful use of the platform.
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Anyone who has spent any time pinning on Pinterest has likely found that the platform's suggested board names, such as Things I Love, are far too broad and require some additional specificity. Companies that have an embarrassment of content riches should likewise be specific when naming and populating their boards so followers will know exactly what kind of content they will be getting. Food Network on Pinterest, for example, has boards for just about every kind of food and food experience, including this one focused on Halloween.

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