How 10 non profits are using Pinterest To Promote Their Causes

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This is a great article on a few different levels. First if you are like me, you are down to support a great cause, and if you are also like me, you are always on the lookout for creative ways to use Pinterest to help promote both great causes and great content. This piece titled ’10 Nonprofits That Are Totally Nailing Pinterest Marketing’ really delivers. There are some super ideas here, a few of which I am sure you could implement for your own cause.

From the article.

There are many reasons why visual content is becoming more widely used in online marketing, including these 19 statistics. However, it’s especially important for nonprofits because every person who supports, fundraises for, donates to, and is impacted by your organization is a story worth sharing to connect others to your mission.

And also, let’s not forget: Some of the most compelling content, more often than not, includes visuals.

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via 10 Nonprofits That Are Totally Nailing Pinterest Marketing.

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