6 Comments on “5 Candid Reasons Why Your Business Needs To Be on Pinterest”

  1. claire axelrad

    I’m actually starting to get some traffic from Pinterest to my blog, though not nearly as much as from LinkedIn. I’m giving it a try however because, frankly, it’s fun! It’s also extremely addictive, so caveat emptor. If a business is using it, they need to allocate someone’s time to the project.

    1. John Souza

      @Claire – glad to hear its working for you already! Keep feeding it with great images, and you’re bound to get several thousand additional visits each day πŸ™‚ – John

  2. Stephanie/AKA Photography

    You do realize that Pinterest violates copyright laws? Pinterest strips all the metadata from any image posted on their site and does not provide a link back to the originator. Furthermore, Pinterest holds accountable the “unsuspecting” person who pinned an image (without permission) for any lawsuits. There have been many interesting articles/blogs on this issue and you can find many more just by googling “copyright on pinterest”. Here are a couple of blogs I found particularly good: http://ddkportraits.com/2012/02/why-i-tearfully-deleted-my-pinterest-inspiration-boards/.

    1. John Souza

      @Stephanie – I’ve heard about the copyright problems, but all social sites struggle with this at some point. We can only hope that Pinterest remedies the issues soon, they’re still brand new after all! Thanks for the resources, I’ll check them out! – John

  3. Anthony Diaz

    I cannot attend your Marketing for Results on Pinterest Webinar due to being on vacation. Will there be other dates soon or will the webinar be archived for viewing at a later time. Thanks for all your help!

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