(This post originally appeared on the Resonance Content Marketing Blog.)
Today we’re continuing our SlideShare series called FTQs (Frequently Tweeted Questions) by addressing the question “Is Pinterest Just for Girls?”
In today’s slides (with audio!), we’ll cover:
- What Pinterest is, and what makes it different from other image-sharing sites like Flickr or Instagram
- How Pinterest got its reputation as “a chick site”
- 3 examples of “non-girly” brands that have built a huge Pinterest following
- How you can rock Pinterest for your brand regardless of your demographic
Have a question you’d like answered in an upcoming FTQ? Leave a note in the comments, or tweet me at @resonancecont!
Download your free copy of our latest ebook, Top 10 Reasons Why Your Social Media Sucks, to find out:
- The top 10 mistakes that businesses make on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other social networks
- Easy “turnaround tips” for each situation
- Simple, practical advice for taking your social media presence to the next level
About the Author
A self-described “marketing nerd,” Rachel Parker, Owner and Chief Content Strategist of Resonance, works with businesses of all sizes to help them meet the challenge of connecting with today’s hard-to-reach customer.
Rachel has made Resonance the “one stop shop” for companies looking to get more out of their content marketing efforts. She’s also a sought-after speaker and has presented to many of Houston’s major business and marketing organizations. Contact Rachel about speaking to your group or business.