Pinterest Power: Market Your Business, Sell Your Product, and Build Your Brand on the World’s Hottest Social Network

Start Marketing NOW on the World’s Fastest-Growing Website!

You thought Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter were big? Pinterest is outpacing them all. As a marketer, you can’t afford to ignore this amazing new platform.

Why should you start marketing right now on Pinterest? In a word: MORE. You’ll drive more traffic, get more customers, and make more money than ever! Pinterest Power provides all the tools, tips, and strategies you need to get going–right now, the right way.

“Pinterest has unimaginable potential as a marketing and customer relationship building tool. In this fantastic book Jason and Karen reveal their highly effective blueprint for using it the right way. This is the guide to Pinterest that I’m having my staff read.” — JIM COCKRUM, bestselling author of Free Marketing: 101 Low and No-Cost Ways to Grow Your Business

“Pinterest is one of the hottest and fastest social tools on the Internet today. It’s growing faster than Facebook did, and you don’t want to be left behind. Jason Miles will show you step-by-step how he uses Pinterest to make money online.” — SKIP MCGRATH, author of Three Weeks to eBay Profits

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3 Responses to Pinterest Power: Market Your Business, Sell Your Product, and Build Your Brand on the World’s Hottest Social Network

  1. Well worth the money Full disclosure: I paid full (Amazon) price for my copy of this book (that is, I did not receive a review copy) but I did receive a ton of associated “reserve your copy in advance” material as part of the purchase. The goodies aren’t changing my review. I reserve five stars for books that pretty much change my core thinking about something, and Pinterest Power doesn’t do that. However, it’s good, it’s as good as any of the current crop of Pinterest how-to books, and I like the tone.One of the business-popular-tech magazines (Inc or Fast Company or Wired) covered the previous books about Pinterest a few months before Pinterest Power came out, and the reviews were all a bit dismissive. At that time, I held on to my money as a result. It may well be that Pinterest itself has matured and those books were premature. YMMV. I have followed Jason’s pins and blog for a while and I like his approach. Tested, responsible, pragmatic, proven.The book is easy, straightforward, and thorough, and if you’re serious about using Pinterest to generate traffic, leads, and sales, you will be able to learn a lot. It’s WAY cheaper than any of the on-line education I’ve seen, and covers at least as much if not a great deal more. More accessible, IMO, and bathtub friendly in a way anything online is simply not.I’m not completely happy with the explanation of how US Copyright law intersects with Pinterest (in short, the authors punted with an “IANAL” clause). IMO, businesses are much more likely to be the target of a copyright challenge, because we have (at least in the eyes of the prosecution) the money. Copyright law is not difficult. If you’re pinning for a business, you owe it to your business to understand how it works a little better than is explained here, although, I agree, the gist is correct: credit your sources (and, IMO, stay away from Tumblr).I don’t know whether the “don’t pin from this site” functionality was available before the book was written; I wish it had been addressed. National Geographic is the most prominent site I have discovered using that code; stolen NatGeog images are all over Pinterest (and probably a few on my boards, although I have deleted some that I since came to recognize).Somewhat minor quibble, unless your business is photography itself, which appears to have the most at risk.Elsewise, you’ll do well with Pinterest Power, you’re bound to learn something, and follow Jason’s blog and boards to stay up to date, because Pinterest is changing faster than paper can keep up with.

  2. Tons of GREAT information! I found this book easy to read and filled with lots of great information about marketing and Pinterest. The points listed at the end of each chapter were great at focusing on exactly what needs to be considered. Good for a beginner or a seasoned user of social networks, this helps to explain how to tie everything together and get the most eyes on your product.

  3. MizWasy "8catsohio"

    Fantastic lessons in utilzing Pinterest I am learning a great deal of information on how Pinterest works, how to maximize my pins and how to develop the best pinning strategy for my business. You, too, will learn from the businesses interviewed by Jason and Karen in this book.

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