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Pinterest as a Marketing Tool

Over 30 million Pins throughout Pinterest recently became buyable. Now that consumers can purchase products within Pinterest, should retailers jump on the bandwagon? The highly addictive platform is often the first stop for consumers researching purchases. The convenience of tapping the blue ‘Buy It’ button marries the shopping and buying process, allowing browsers to buy…

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Social Media Best Practices on Pinterest

Pinterest can be a really important and valuable social network for bloggers and brands. However, the uses are so different than other social networks like Facebook and Twitter, that it can be difficult to master. In our infographic, we’ve outlined the basics that you need to know to get started and up your game on…

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How To Use Promoted Pins

Written by Ericka Chatman  You should know by now that Pinterest is an excellent source of traffic for bloggers especially if the images are pin worthy. I’m sure you’ve read numerous articles stating how to use Pinterest, how to create “pin-worthy” images, and how to organize your boards. Today I’ll teach you how to use…

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Weekly Bias: All About Ads

Another big week of announcements from some off the biggest names in the social media world. The biggest news this week all had one thing in common: Ads! As marketers, we are getting some pretty cool new toys to play with. Pinterest announces Buyable Pins If you’re a Pinterest user, you likely know what this…

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The Weekly Bias: Google and Twitter Team Up

Written by Rachel Majors Event features, video ads, Twitter mobile searches…oh my! Here’s what’s going on the world of social media this week. Let us know what other social topics you found interesting in the comments below. Facebook is working to improve events feature Facebook events should be getting more user-friendly in the next few…

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Plug the Visitor into Your Destination – Tapping Into Travel Bloggers

Written by Jacqueline Wolven Years ago (think when the dinosaurs roamed), travel marketing consisted of ads in magazines, visitor guides, TV commercials, rack cards and billboards. This was 10 years ago. These things are still done, because both the marketers and some of the visitors are of an age bracket where they are used to…

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The Weekly Bias: Google+ copies Pinterest and FB gets a little less shady

April showers bring May flowers…and new updates to many of your favorite social media platforms. Here’s what’s going on in the world of social. Let us know in the comments below what you found important in the headlines and bylines this week. Snapchat tries to grow ‘Discover’ feature Since Snapchat released Discover (an in-app feature…

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The Weekly Bias: Time-saving Updates and Creepy Ad Targeting

Keeping up with all the social and digital news is like keeping up with the Kardashians…you can’t. Well, the latter is definitely easier if you’re an avid fan. This series won’t be as entertaining, but it’ll definitely give you a few topics to discuss at dinner to sound smart. We’d love to know what you…

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The Power of Pinterest

Pinterest isn’t just for day dreaming anymore. Users, especially Millennial Moms, are utilizing the platform along the entire purchase funnel-from looking to planning, all the way to purchasing. Holly Pavlika, SVP Social Strategy at Collective Bias, dives into the power of Pinterest in an interview with Bob Gilbreath, president of Ahalogy, a leading Pinterest marketing…

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