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Pinterest is not just a great place for finding personal inspiration, but it’s also an incredible tool for expanding a business’ online presence. The photo-sharing platform has over 100-million active users and over 50-billion pins, and in contrast to other social media networks, a majority of Pinterest users are on the site to plan or research products and services before making a purchase. By using Pinterest, businesses can reach out to consumers in the exact moment that they’re getting ready to pull their money out of their wallet. Today, we give you tips on how businesses can use Pinterest to reach their audience and drive sales.
I know what you’re thinking. “Another Super Bowl post this week? Really?” Well, yes. Another Super Bowl post, because the Super Bowl is the biggest advertising and marketing event of the year, and a lot comes out of it every year. This time, we’re going to look at image posts on Twitter and how people reacted to them.
Winning the Super Bowl no longer gives a team and its fans simple gloating rights. Instead, they get a week long victory tour on Twitter, Facebook, and the rest. So without further ado, let’s take a look at the 4 biggest Super Bowl 50 moments on Twitter.
Twitter has long made a name for itself by offering live tweets based around events, and Super Bowl 50 was no exception. The Super Bowl proved what many people have known for years: Twitter provides the perfect opportunity to connect with people through live events. Businesses can learn a great deal from the tweets sent out during Super Bowl 50. Analyze the numbers and then check out the various brands to learn how you can get a piece of the Twitter pie.