Actual Uses for Pinterest in Business



Are you there? Should you be?

Today I found this article on 7 uses of Pinterest for business: [link] – I’ll wait for you to read it…

…Ok, what did you think? I finally see something that I can use it for.

Yesterday I delivered a Marketing Plan to a client. We didn’t list Pinterest as an avenue for the client to utilize, but I can see it entering in later this year, in say a Phase 2. They didn’t have a SocMe presence until the end of last year. Now they have a plan, and a new marketing person to help implement. And maybe – Pinterest can help. Have you found other uses for Pinterest? Have you reviewed my previous post on the demographics? [Link to prev post] — If you have a target market that includes the fairer sex… you might want to consider Pinterest.


About mollask

I have 2 blogs now... and considering a Picture Only Blog as well - a la Tumbler. But since you're reading this... I could be described as a Website Designer, Internet Business Consultant, SEO Helper, Social Media Apostle, Semi-Professional Networker, Mountain Biker, Soccer Coach, or Artist - I'm also a Technology, Speed and Gravity Junkie, Road Cyclist, Skier, Tinkerer, as well as a Music, Food and Art Aficionado. Oh, and I pretty much love all things Apple. This blog is meant as an experiment. I just want to know if it can be found based solely on people endorsing it on or google search results. Please tell me how you found me, and if you find my posts, here, interesting. I work for You can learn more about me on There is, of course, a Facebook Fan Page - visit and I will post... wait, that's backwards... -- And a whole 'nutha blog at

3 responses »

  1. As a huge advocate of social media, I have to say I hate the idea of business using Pinterest. What started as a cute way for the etsy crowd to share crafty ideas and recipes will soon turn into a mass marketing arena like much of the rest of the social media world.

    If a biz is selling a crafty product, or cupcakes, I say go the Pinterest route! The article you posted is a very content-friendly way of using Pinterest to promote. However, you know its not going to stay that way forever. Soon it will be overrun with links to SEO businesses and work at home scams. Just look at open LinkedIn or Facebook group – see any relevant content there?

    Can we just agree to leave Pinterest alone? Is nothing sacred anymore?

  2. Well, Bourne2b, once millions flocked to Pinterest, you knew that people were going to find a way to utilize the sticky eyes there, for business. In the view of my client, they can post pictures of what they manufacture – allowing people to share them with others.

    And no – nothing is sacred any more. Sorry.

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