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Pinterest Lowdown

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  1. 1. Pinterest October 2014
  2. 2. Contents • Getting started on Pinterest • Analytics • Summary
  3. 3. What is Pinterest anyway?
  4. 4. “People use Pinterest while they’re in different mind-sets — they might be looking for new things to aspire to do, narrowing down on a few options or making decisions on what to buy and do next. The Pinner journey mirrors the customer journey, which means businesses on Pinterest can reach potential customers at every stage with the right strategy” Pinterest for business
  5. 5. Pinsight (sorry) • 70 million users (80% women) • 8% of all European internet users have a Pinterest account (24m) • Mums are 3 more times likely to share (repin) than regular users of Pinterest • Average number of followers per pinner is 167
  6. 6. Top users http://toppinterestusers.com/
  7. 7. How does it work?
  8. 8. People Pin your content
  9. 9. They organize Pins by interest
  10. 10. They use feeds to discover Pins
  11. 11. Pins Pins are visual bookmarks which usually link back to a website. You can “collect” pins on a Pinterest account by clicking the pin button on any given website (provided images on the websites are pinnable) and by pinning pins directly to your profile within Pinterest
  12. 12. Good news for Food & Drink?
  13. 13. The business case It’s inexpensive: Setting up a page is free, and updates can be added quickly using images already present on your site. You may need more resources eventually, but that will prove that the channel is working for you. Opportunity for viral: Over 80% of content on Pinterest consists of repins. If you take the time to choose interesting content, then users will actively promote your brand for you. It’s very sticky. Pinterest users spend more than an hour and a half on the site every month, sharing and re-sharing content. It’s a great way to reach customers beyond your regular comms channels.
  14. 14. The business case Competitors: Content marketing is becoming increasingly important for every business. If you aren’t on Pinterest then you’re giving your rivals a big head start in the race to seed content across the web. Feedback on pins: Pinterest is a great source of fast social feedback. If you want to know what people think of your products, promotions, or even ad copy, Pinterest is a great place to showcase them. It increases brand loyalty. If you have a set of interesting boards providing relevant information, then users will return again and again to gain information and share it with their own community.
  15. 15. So how do I get started?
  16. 16. Create an eye catching profile… https://business.pinterest.com/en/verify-your-website https://www.pinterest.com/business/create/ Start creating boards…
  17. 17. A board is… A collection of Pins under a certain category A board
  18. 18. The ultimate pin… 1. Is taller than it is wider (good for mobile viewing) 2. Puts the pinner first – consider what your website visitors are interested in by analysing web traffic to your site 3. Is beautiful – and specific about a topic. Create great imagery that draws your audience in and is relevant and inspiring 4. Shows what inspires the brand – avoid posting just products all the time 5. Is authentic – show images that reflect a brand’s values, personality and tastes 6. Is promoted* – showcase up to 30 of your latest pins on your website using the profile widget Square profile widget
  19. 19. Specifications & measurements • Profile images: 165 x 165 pixels • Pins in feed: 238 pixels x adjusted to height (as a ratio to width) • Expanded pin size: 735 pixels x adjusted to height (as a ratio to width) • Pin boards complete size: 238 x 284 pixels • Cover image: 217 x 146 pixels • Tiny thumbnails: 51 x 51 pixels
  20. 20. Engage with other Pinners
  21. 21. Rich pins
  22. 22. A Rich Pin is an enhanced Pinterest image that allows brands and products to have additional information attached to the visual
  23. 23. There are five types of Rich Pins: movie, recipe, article, place and product • Place Pins include a map, address, and phone number • Article Pins include headline, author and story description • Recipe Pins include ingredients, cooking times and serving information • Movie Pins include ratings, cast members and reviews • Product Pins include real-time pricing, stock availability and direct links to the product page
  24. 24. A retailer can include product information such as real-time pricing, stock availability and direct links to the product page Any Pinterest user who has pinned the product will be notified by email when the price of that product drops. Product Pins
  25. 25. Recipe Pins
  26. 26. Place Pins
  27. 27. My best advice on Rich Pins… Get a developer to help you!
  28. 28. Fed up with photography and existing web content?
  29. 29. A quick word on analytics
  30. 30. What you get from Pinterest Analytics • What Pins and boards from your profile people love most • What people like to save from your website • Who your Pinterest audience is, including their gender, location and other interests • What devices people use when they’re Pinning your stuff • How adding the Pin It button to your website leads to referral traffic from Pinterest
  31. 31. Want more from your Pinterest analytics? Tailwind: Pinterest analytics only Piquora: Pinterest & Instagram analytics only Curalate: Full visual web analytics (across all major social channels)
  32. 32. Summary
  33. 33. • Pinterest can be a powerful platform for increasing web traffic and brand loyalty • Make sure that you have resource to create imagery but also pin other people’s content (creation & curation) • Secret boards help you plan out your categories effectively and tie them into your overarching content strategy • The best thing for you to do is work with a developer in order to optimise an existing site for Pinterest and work through content for making Rich Pins • Pinterest Analytics is a good starting point for measuring the success of your Pinterest programmes but if you’re working with a brand that endorses the visual web then it is worth your while to work in partnership with a paid for analysis system like Curalate

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