Well, I am slowing down, not completely stopping! Getting these long infographics to appear properly is a pain in the tush, but click through… It is worth a glance.
Actually, full disclosure, while I may not be worrying about marketing my RubbleSites for the time being, I am going to be helping the ex one with some on-line marketing projects of her own. After watching her wallowing in some semi-legitimate, shark infested pools of online marketing slime for a while, I’ve decided to take a little time to help her get on a proper track.
Pinterest is going to be right out there on the front line of our strategy.
Now, I very much agree that Pinterest is a great way to generate brand attention for small startups, but the real question I have, it is going to be a source of sales?
Even this graphic spends more time talking about potential future customers than actual customers.
I think the answer is: Time will tell.
While shaping your brand’s image on Pinterest, remember to take into account the specifics of the site’s userbase. A recent study showed that home, arts and crafts, style/fashion and food are the most popular categories on Pinterest. The food category is the fastest growing segment of Pinterest.