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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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An organization can embed the Pin It button on its website, making it easier for users to pin the organization's content to their own Pinterest boards (and, hopefully, for other users to then repin the content). The inclusion of the Pin It button--as well as the Follow Me On Pinterest button, not to mention buttons for Facebook, Twitter, etc.--also signals to users that your organization is a proponent of social and eager for its customers to hear and be heard. Users can also add a Pin It button to their browser toolbars.

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