We’re nearly a quarter of the way through 2013 and there have already been a lot of changes on Pinterest. While change is good, this list of Pinterest changes in 2013 may impact your current social media strategy. As a result, be prepared to spend some time analyzing your current Pinterest strategy as a result of these new changes.
So what has changed on Pinterest in 2013? The following 6 features have been removed from Pinterest. We have also provided a recommended fix to make your Pinterest account compliant. Be sure to update your account to reflect these changes based on our recommendations.
6 Pinterest changes in 2013
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In just 2 short years, Pinterest has rocketed to the top of many users favorite social networks. Weekly visits to Pinterest jumped 2,183% – a staggering increase, given its short life. So how can you take advantage of this popular social network without spending all of your time doing it?
In this article we have compiled 6 useful tools for Pinterest to help you create engaging content, schedule pins, curate pins about your brand, and set Pinterest alerts for your website. Together, you now have a powerful toolbox full of userful Pinterest tools to help you grow your engagement, increase your influence with others and get more repins on Pinterest.
Check out these 6 Pinterest tools to help you create more engaging content and get more repins!
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With Halloween upon us, it’s time for all of the ghouls, goblins and zombies to come out. Unfortunately, while social networks aim to help us grow our network of followers, some of those zombies stick around well past Halloween and can often be seen lurking on many popular social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.
What is a social media zombie?
Social Media zombies can come in many different forms, but one thing is for certain, they constantly exhibit the same pattern behavior on many of today’s popular networks.
Take a look at these 8 types of social media zombies to see if you recognize any of these social media zombies and learn how you can avoid becoming a social media zombie too!
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Verifying your website on Pinterest is a great way to add credibility to your business as well as to your Pinterest account. Not only does having a verified website on Pinterest show that you’re serious about using the social network, but it also provides you the opportunity to generate leads and to grow your network of followers.
Why verify your website on Pinterest?
Similar to Twitter verified accounts, which help users differentiate between real accounts and fake accounts, having a verified website on Pinterest can work much the same way. Having a verified website on Pinterest gives users the opportunity to see the full URL on your Pinterest profile. In addition, because only the website owner can verify their account, this helps to ensure that users know they’re following the right account. Also, by having a verified website on Pinterest, your URL also shows up in search results as well, which is great if you’re serious about generating traffic from your Pinterest account.
Websites that cannot be verified on Pinterest (for now):
- Domains you don’t own. Ex: Amazon Seller accounts
- Subdomains. Ex: christiank.wordpress.com
- Facebook URL’s
- Twitter URL’s
How to verify your website on Pinterest
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