Feb 23, 2016
Optimizing Pins on Pinterest: Make Each Pin Count for Higher Reach - #infographic
Posted by Rick Enrico Digital Information World Author Pakistan author profile Tuesday, February 23, 2016 Featured , info-graphics , Pinterest , Social-Media , socialmediamarketing
Pinterest is a visual discovery tool used for searching and categorizing online images, with 100 million active users worldwide as of November 2015, according to Statista.
More than a photo sharing website, this social platform works well for visually-driven businesses. Since customers need to decide if the item looks appealing enough before deciding to buy it. Industries that capitalize on this feature include food and beverages, fashion, design, and travel.
This medium offers two advantages for businesses:
1. It showcases their brand offers through visually-appealing images.
2. It strengthens their message with minimal yet eye-catching captions for each photograph.
Women make up its main demographic: its primary 25-44 age group is 80% female and 20% male. According to findings in 2013 by Marketing Land, Pinterest has 44% of e-commerce shares over Facebook (37%), and Twitter (12%). This makes it more effective for women, helping them to share what product has caught their interest and to shop online.
As displayed in the previous infographic, optimizing your tweets on Twitter enables you to better engage your audience for maximum brand presence.
Pinterest may not be as vast as Facebook and Twitter in terms of usability, but its capacity to drive more traffic with its creative visuals makes it more distinct from others. When it comes to visuals, Pinterest allows you to make the most out of your pins and gives you the opportunity for constant sharing.
This infographic from SlideGenius shows you how Pinterest can help make your pins stand out and attract new and loyal customers.
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About the Author:
Rick Enrico is the CEO and Founder of SlideGenius, Inc. He regularly publishes expert presentation tips on the SlideGenius blog. You can connect with him on LinkedIn and Twitter.