Wednesday, November 20, 2013

22 Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

By: Vincent Ng

Is Pinterest important to your business?

Do you want to get your pins in front of more people?

In this article, I’ll show you 5 ways to get your pins noticed on Pinterest.

Why Pinterest?

Pinterest has over 70 million users globally.

The site also drives more referral traffic than Twitter, LinkedIn and Reddit combined. That’s a lot of traffic.

And if you want to take advantage of it, your pins have to be seen not only by users who follow you, but also by new users.

Here are the tips:

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If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. The Secret to Headlines That Attract Readers & Shares Every Time [Research] - Heidi Cohen
  2. How to Install Google Apps on the Kindle Fire HDX - The Digital Reader
  3. As Naysayers Cleave To Old Ideas, Indie Authors Keep Moving Forward
  4. Are Your Family and Friends Sabotaging your Writing Dreams? | The Passive Voice |
  5. Random House Integrates Website With Pinterest - GalleyCat
  6. How to Write a Captivating Blog Title | Writers In The Storm Blog
  7. The Power Of The #Hashtag [INFOGRAPHIC] - AllTwitter
  8. Main Verbs and Simple Sentences
  9. What Is The Point of A Blog? | Catherine, Caffeinated
  10. Building Your Blog | Social Media Today
  11. Understanding Book Distribution Part 2: Direct Sales of Ebooks | Book Marketing Strategies and Tips For Authors
  12. Just Launched: My Conversion Rate Optimization Toolbox!
  13. Hashtag Campaign Across Media | Social Media Today 3 Reasons to Run Cross-Network Hashtag Campaigns
  14. 21 Social Media Tool and Technology Tips that will Make your Day
  15. 10 Surprising Social Media Statistics That Will Make You Rethink Your Social Strategy
  16. New LinkedIn Showcase Pages Reach the Right Users
  17. The Art Of Doing Everything | Fast Company | Business + Innovation
  18. Infographic: 4 Key Book Publishing Paths | Jane Friedman
  19. Social Media Cheat Sheet: LinkedIn Connections (Part II): Knowing Who to Invite (and How) on LinkedIn
  20. Authors: How much description is too much? Too little? | Creative Writing with the Crimson League
  21. What Is An Idiom? Funny Examples
  22. 5 Ways to Get Your Pins Noticed on Pinterest | Social Media Examiner

 Happy writing & running, Kathy

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