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**Over the next couple of weeks ‘A Slice A Day’ be focusing on Content Marketing World 2015 and a few of the speakers featured at this year’s event**
Since hitting the social media scene, Pinterest has been a different kind of platform than most social media channels. Different than Facebook, Twitter, Google+, you name it.
There are a bunch of reasons why from the uniqueness it offers the ‘Pinner’ and the viewers of a ‘Pin’, to how Promoted Pins can be so much more than just paid advertising.
Bob Gilbreath, Co-Founder and President of Ahalogy, a Cincinnati, Ohio based Pinterest Marketing Developer Partner, recently penned an article for Brand Quarterly titled ‘Marketing Lessons From Pinterest Promoted Pins’.
The article highlights the brief history of Promoted Pins; it’s early successes for brand beta-testers, why you should consider using Promoted Pins if you were an early adopter of Pinterest and what to do if you’re just getting started.
It’s our featured article of the day so pin yourself to a comfortable seat for the next few moments and listen to this Pinterest Promoted Pins podcast episode of your ‘A Slice A Day’.
Ahalogy’s Web Site: https://www.ahalogy.com/
Ahalogy’s Blog: https://www.ahalogy.com/blog/
Bob’s Content Marketing World 2015 Session Page: http://www.contentmarketingworld.com/speakers/bob-gilbreath/
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