What are you waiting for?

Pinterest is growing, and now is even mobile via app for smartphones. Create an account, link it to your social media accounts for other websites, and get started. There is a whole world out there that is waiting to be pinned. From online shopping to facebook posts, anything and everything can turn into a pin. Did you know you can connect your Facebook or Twitter and Pinterest account under one username and password?

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Sadly, you can only connect all two accounts under one, but you can add the other social media account once you are in your account settings. Once you have your accounts linked together, you can share your pins from one site to the next in one click of your mouse.

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Take a look at my own account, linking your Facebook and Twitter is that easy. Social Networks are meant to be just that, a network. Businesses can create all the visual images they want to promote their brands, but Pinterest is not a one way street. Circulating the images that have been provided to the average pinner is what makes the social media site effective. It creates “buzz” for products.

In the past nine posts to my blog, we have covered everything Pinterest related from both consumers and businesses. The process of starting an account is not complicated, and the site is worth while. An article that I found extremely helpful, that encourages people to join Pinterest can be located here.

The article goes into detail about the idea of Pinterest, who is behind it and how is the site funded. If there is any skepticism about creating an account, this article can clear up those concerns.

To you, my reader, I just would like to leave you with some parting advice  Be active on the social media site, give Pinterest a chance, because who knows, you may find something that sparks your own interests.

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