Pinterest contests are all-the-rage these days and they can be super successful if planned carefully. Follow our tips and examples for simple logistics and easy execution.
With photo sharing sites like Pinterest, Tumblr and Instagram all the rage right now, it seems more important than ever for food brands to jump on the social media wagon and start feeding the photo frenzy with smart content strategy.
As the newest social media platform on the block and growing like wildfire, many brands and products are jumping on the Pinterest bandwagon. However, it’s been proven that certain brands out-perform others. Why?
Last time we talked, I was raving about Pinterest, the new darling of the social media world, and why it’s such a big deal. But if you wanted the download on how brands should leverage this pintastic momentum, it’s your lucky day! Here’s a handful of tactics we’ve already gotten traction with here at The Cyphers Agency.
Earlier I blogged about our newest fascination on the web, Pinterest. Today, I want to answer the question I left you with: Why should this social networking website, addictive and beautiful as it may be, really matter to businesses?
A seemingly innocent, but dangerous, addiction has been spreading like wildfire at The Cyphers Agency. Many of our lady employees, and a couple brave men, began dabbling in a tempting activity, just for occasional fun. Soon, we realized we were in too deep. Rather than try to escape the clutches of this dependency, we encouraged others in the office to join us on the dark side and also become hopelessly addicted… to Pinterest.
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