August McLaughlin offers out poignant tips on how to enhance your media platform by using Pinterest. I’ve been hesitant to jump on-board but in fact, this vehicle may lessen the time spent maintaining your social media presence.

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Like many, I was hesitant about joining Pinterest, particularly before the recent copyright changes. Though I dug the concept, it sounded like a time-sucker and more fun than vital. When I learned that it’s the fastest growing social media platform, a top referrer to retailers and appeals particularly to educated women, I figured it was time to research my brains out look into it. I’m so glad I did.

Pinterest is now the third most popular social network, according to a new Experian study, behind Facebook and Twitter. And retailers are not the only beneficiaries. Crystal Underwood’s tips-for-mommas blog leapt from 100 hits per day to up to 7000 after she embraced the virtual pin boards. Design blogger Jessica Colaluca, one of Mashable’s “21 Must-Follow Pinterest Users,” credits Pinterest for 35 percent of her estimated one million-plus monthly hits. And major publications, including Elle magazine, Martha Stewart Living and Cooking…

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  1. Thanks for the support, Rich! I hope your readers find the post helpful. 🙂

  2. Your post got my attention, August. After further reflection, I decided to act upon the the information you shared and share it with other. I hope it attracts more readers to your blog 🙂

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