Pinterest Builds Brand Loyalty

Pinterest does a great job at allowing brands to connect with existing consumers by helping to continually expand and advance the established relationship. This helps businesses see the transformation that an average consumer goes through to result in them evolving into a brand loyal consumer. A recent study by Deloitte just shows how much having a digital and mobile presence, such as a Pinterest account, affects … Continue reading Pinterest Builds Brand Loyalty

Traffic Worth Sitting In

One of the prevailing themes throughout all of the research conducted on Pinterest and its positive uses is its undeniable success with network referral. It has not only allowed long-term social engagement and interaction with consumers within the site, but has also helped increase the traffic to the home-pages of the brand. It stands second to Facebook as the top social networking site for driving … Continue reading Traffic Worth Sitting In

Looking Forward- Pinterest’s Advertising Features

In the grand scheme, Pinterest is still fresh and new as an advertising platform. It’s only been selling ads since 2014, which is a far cry from how long titans like Google and Facebook have been advertising for. In the intervening years; however, Pinterest has begun putting in the work necessary to start their catch up, and the results have already started to appear. In … Continue reading Looking Forward- Pinterest’s Advertising Features

Beauty-ful Pins

By now, marketers have seen the effects Pinterest has had on consumers and the stickiness the website has created for many companies. Brand messages have shown that not only are they viewed, but they are also saved, pinned, and bought shortly after. Whether online or in stores, users are following up on pins, and with advertising on Pinterest, inspiring people and bringing their own ideas to … Continue reading Beauty-ful Pins

L.L. Bean Perfects Pinterest

With Pinterest’s user base being estimated to have surpassed the 100 million-user mark, online retailers of all categories have started to incorporate Pinterest as a platform for branding their company and building brand loyalty. 80% of Pinterest’s American users are women, making this site a valuable advertising tool for high-end fashion retailers such as Chanel or Tory Burch. However, companies like L.L. Bean have shown … Continue reading L.L. Bean Perfects Pinterest

UNIQLO’s Unique Marketing

When planning to market on Pinterest, or any of the other platforms that make up the wild west that is the internet, there is far less history and example data to draw from than there is for older media, such as radio or television. Effective methods for advertising online retain the same basic principles of advertising in any other way, but they must be adapted … Continue reading UNIQLO’s Unique Marketing

Fitspiration

Fitspiration, a relatively new social media trend focused on promoting overall health and fitness has recently become a new, popular phenomenon when searching online on ways to improve your overall fitness. Fitspiration messages often appear on many different social media platforms, especially Pinterest. The image-oriented platform provides messages that are supposed to be encouraging; however, some viewers take the information personally, viewing the images as unrealistic, … Continue reading Fitspiration