What is Pinterest?
Pinterest is a content sharing service that allows members to “pin” images, videos and other objects to their pinboard. Forbes reports here that Pinterest is the third largest social network. What’s more, Business Insider recently reported that Pinterest is the fastest growing site ever! If you are looking to market your website or initiatives to a greater audience—and (although this is beginning to shift) certainly to women—then you very well may want to consider joining Pinterest.
In addition to people having their own personal Pinterest boards, there are many reform and conservative groups that are using it to drive traffic to their website. After all, as noted here, Pinterest brings more referral traffic than Twitter and…Google!
Below, we have rounded up a number of Orthodox organizations that have recently begun to pin/utilize Pinterest. We hope you use these links for sources of inspiration:
Ready to raise your visibility and get started with Pinterest?
If you, your colleagues, or your board of directors have decided that Pinterest is something that you should try and utilize, this link that will teach you how to use and set up an account in four easy steps! Even if you aren’t certain that you ever will use Pinterest, you may want to secure your organizations name on Pinterest so that it is not usurped by someone else. Act quickly!
Still not sure what Pinterest offers?
Checkout some of the infographics below! In the coming days we will explore how you can use Pinterest for fundraising.