Pinterest Showcase

Pinterest ShowcasePinterest is a “Visual Discovery Tool” and is currently much underutilized by businesses for social media marketing. Much more than simply collections of graphical posts, Pinterest is different to other social media. It’s a research tool and a way to organize almost anything in easy to find, shareable and embeddable ways. If you are not on Pinterest or haven’t figured out how your business can exploit this media, contact us today on info@bluedogscientific.com.

Embdded below you will find our Showcase Pinterest boards.

Sheffield United Footballers highlighting how Sports Teams could exploit Pinterest for merchandizing and sponsorship income:

Further informaton:

Linkedin Pulse – showcasing our articles on LinkedIn

Blog Post Summary Pins – showcasing our innovative product & service, specially designed for Pinterest.

Words, Thoughts & Quotes – showcasing our creative writing, wordsmithing & infographical services.

Valued LinkedIn Connections – showcasing our innovative thinking for Pinterest: in this example, we are using a board to provide shortcuts to the public profiles of our valued LinkedIn Connections [under construction].

The Blue Dog Scientific Blog – showcasing articles from the Blue Dog Scientific blog.

LinkedIn Publications Sharing – showcasing group boards, follow this board to join the group.

Digital Chaperone – showcase of our marketing and blog support work for Innovation Squad Ltd.

Mining Photos & Videos – showcase of industrial content marketing work.

Blue Dog Scientific – showcasing this website, bluedogscientific.com

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