Tag Archives: pinterest for nonprofits

12 Critical Steps to Making Your Website More Pinnable

Did you know that Pinterest is the now second largest social referrer for online publishers? Yup, here are just a few eye-opening stats about how huge Pinterest is: 12 % of U.S. Internet users have a Pinterest account. [tweet this] 80% of Pinterest users are women! [tweet this] Pinterest accounts for 20% of all social referrals. [tweet this] Every day […]

10 Ways to Optimize Your Website for Pinterest

By now you’ve heard about Pinterest, the social site that allows people to share images and videos, follow boards and people, and re-pin stuff they find interesting. But have you optimized your website for Pinterest? Why should you care about Pinterest? First of all, why should you give an owl’s hoot about Pinterest? There are […]

What NOT to Pin on Pinterest

This is a guest post from my good friend Noland Hoshino, who catapults nonprofits and small businesses into the social good space. —————————————— Have you gone to a buffet in Las Vegas? What did you see first? The delicious food or the menu? What catches your attention in an art gallery? The magnificent art or […]

12 Ways to Use Pinterest for Your Nonprofit

Following is a guest post from my good friend Noland Hoshino. ————- There is a new darling in the social media world and her name is Pinterest. A virtual, interactive bulletin board where individuals, businesses, and nonprofit organizations can pin their interests and drive traffic to their website. What is Pinterest? Pinterest is basically a […]

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