Pinterest is the latest and greatest way that women (mostly) share their passions, cooking, shopping, hair styles, crafts, quotes and more. Lot’s more!
It’s also where a lot of shopping begins. A Lot.
Every “Pin” is a graphic and usually goes to the original website it came from.
Say you’re shopping at Nordstom.com for a dress, and you find one you like and then you pin it for the world to see.
Someone else on Pinterest loves it and when they click on it they can go directly to the dress at Nordstom.com.
It’s a marketing dream!
If you have a business and want to promote it on Pinterest, it’s important that you set up your account correctly.
Here’s a few steps to get started in the right direction.
First of all, below are screen shots of two different accounts.
Obviously one is a business (TekMiss) and the other is a personal account. (Keep in mind – the accounts are set up from the same place, it’s just HOW they were set up that indicates one is a business and one is personal.)
How is it that they both look so drastically different? It’s just a matter of filling in the fields with the right information.