I don’t know about you, but I kept reading articles about how great Pinterest is for ecommerce.
I also read a lot about it being mainly for women and full of food pictures. Eh, that’s mainly true.
However, we’re not a social media company or a Pinterest company for that matter. We’re here to help you build relationships with customers.
We do it with a simple video chat plugin, but we’re also always looking for new ways to connect with people.
While reading about Pinterest, one question came to my mind:
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Could Pinterest Be Used to Build Relationships With Potential Clients?
I could have made a quick search to answer this question but I wanted to hear about real brands and their personal stories.
So, I spent the past few weeks reaching out to small businesses to learn a bit more about how they use Pinterest.
I was lucky enough to get amazing feedback from 8 of them.
I was surprised to see that each and everyone of those 8 small companies had a drastically different approach to Pinterest.
Some used it to share their passion, some to sell, some to engage existing customers…
I learned a LOT reading about their experience.
Don’t worry I won’t be keeping all that knowledge to myself. It would be selfish and we’re all about sharing here at Customericare.
I know! How generous of us right.
So if you are interested in reading about 8 amazing companies and how they use Pinterest, you should check out this article: 8 Tips From Real Brands Successfully Engaging Customers on Pinterest.
If you’re lazy like me, you might prefer to look at the infographic bellow. It’s a choice I would totally understand.
(There’s a bit more content in the article though. Life is hard and full of tough choices).