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A new 2014 report released by Social Media Examiner has found that marketers value social media marketing – and visual marketing in particular – more highly than ever before. What specifically interesting, however, are these six findings of the report that confirm what marketers have known for a while: the future is visual. 1. Interest […]

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Visual marketing is all about creating buzz through images – so there’s no wonder brands were quick to see the potential in Pinterest, that ultra-hot social media site where photos are center-stage and sharing is second nature to your audience. Pinterest only launched in March 2010 but now has over 70 million users and has […]

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On January 31, 2014 Pinterest came out with an updated Acceptable Use Policy and this is going to directly impact how a brand presents itself on Pinterest. Pinterest’s ultimate goal is to make the site a place where users come for inspiration and share their thoughts and ideas. So I sat down with Noah Abelson, […]

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Visual storytelling is the hottest marketing trend right now, and social media platforms are bending over backwards to incorporate new features that support image-driven marketing. Facebook has steadily been making images more central to its user experience over the last couple of years, and the fast adoption of Instagram, Pinterest, Vine and other visually-rich sites […]

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On the surface, Pinterest metrics seem simple, but underneath they are actually a bit confusing. This follow up article to our Ultimate Guide for Pinterest should help you gain a deeper understanding of Pinterest metrics and provide tips on effectively engaging with, and growing your follower base. Like Twitter, Pinterest allows you to post content […]

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