There’s a new sheriff in town! Pinterest is the latest social media tool for small business marketing online.
Move over Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. This new social media network has created buzz with a new, more visual style, but the potential to market your small business, especially in the B2B space, remains important.
So how do you harness this powerful new channel and make it work as an effective marketing and networking tool for your small business?
Join us for an upcoming Facebook Chat on the BizSugar Facebook community to find out.
The BizSugar community will be holding a live Facebook chat, Friday April 13 from 11 a.m. to noon EST with Stephanie Ward of Firefly Coaching, on the topic of using for Pinterest B2B. Be sure to drop by and get your questions about Pinterest answered!
Who: Ward founded Firefly Coaching in 2002 after years of experience in business development, sales, marketing, management, and consulting in the corporate world. She brings training, including an undergraduate degree in business management, and a Master’s degree in Communications, both from the University of Oklahoma, to her role as a small business marketing coach.
Where: The BizSugar Facebook page
When: Friday April 13, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. EST
How: Participation is easy. Simply post your question on the BizSugar Facebook wall between the hours of 11 a.m. and noon for Stephanie to answer. It’s that simple!
We hope to see you at the live Facebook chat Friday!
4 thoughts on “Using Pinterest For Business: Facebook Chat with Stephanie Ward @fireflycoaching”
Will you be talking about Pinterest and SEO??
Interesting that this was written in 2012, and in 2019 Pinterest is still going strong.
Yes. Pinterest can drive enormous traffic for some bloggers, particularly some mom bloggers I know who get 50-60k views a month from Pinterest. But they create custom images (taller) for Pinterest, use paid scheduling tools, and focus on it more than the average site owner does.