Pinterest is one of the top social networks for brand visibility and generating sales. Businesses can take advantage of this valuable resource to gain more exposure online. In order to attract more customers, it helps to have access to the right tools. Would you like to increase your sales from Pinterest? Take advantage of these four resources, and let me know how these work for you!
1) Turn images into attractive pins—Pablo
Make your pins more visually attractive and provide your followers with images they will love to share. Pablo from Buffer is an easy-to-use graphics tool that allows you to edit images from their selection or yours. Features include a text editor and various filters with options for sharing on social media.
2) Group board directory—Pingroupie
In order to grow your followers, it helps to connect with the right audience. Pingroupie helps you find the right groups for your business niche to pin and interact in. Just choose the right category and click search. Results will provide you with how many members and the date when the group was created. The is a great way to start making connections right away.
3) Sync your Facebook page to Pinterest—Pinvolve
Convert your Facebook photos into pins instantly. Pinvolve, available for free with paid options, and allows you to connect your Page and save time in designing pins. Features include storing your photos in one place, converting posts to pins, and posting your pins to your Facebook Page. Soon users will also be able to embed Pinvolve on their website or blog. This is a perfect solution for busy visual marketing professionals and bloggers.
4) Take your Pinterest marketing to the next level—loop88
Create branded content that your followers will want to share. loop88 helps your business develop a targeted profile that helps you connect with influencers in your market. Manage promoted pins and create stunning visuals that will increase your sales results.
Hopefully, you will find these Pinterest tools useful to your holiday marketing strategy.
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