September 3, 2014

Pinterest How-To Webinar

My friend and peer, Thomas Petty of the Bay Area Search Engine Academy, and I put on this introductory Pinterest how-to webinar today that I think you’re going to like. Take a gander at it and tell me what you think.

How to use Pinterest for your business

Pinterest How-To Webinar

In this webinar, we talked about the entire lifecycle of the Pinterest process:

We also talked about some advanced topics like SEO and affiliate marketing. There were a number of questions, chief among them how, as a creative agent, you can protect your intellectual property from getting pinned on Pinterest. We talked about Pinterest “best practices” that will discourage pinning, but there is no full-proof way to protect your copyrighted images 100 percent.

We also talked about the darkside of Pinterest, specifically SPAM, abuse, and objectionable material like pornography and nudity. It’s a fact of life online: There will be abuses and over-reach.

It is very important that you read Pinterest’s Terms of Service (TOS). You may find that you cannot live with those terms; if that’s the case, then you can walk away without having wasted any time. To be completely blunt, I never read the TOS because a) they are often ridiculous, b) you cannot use the service at all if you do not agree to each and every word,¬†and c) I have a feeling that they are not enforceable.

I am not a lawyer, so please do not take what I say as advice—legal or otherwise–get your own legal counsel.

As I learn and compile more data about Pinterest, I will add to the video collection.

I will also be doing more hands-on video training about Pinterest. I hope to really dig deep into how to maximize your use of Pinterest for driving direct traffic as well as for generating higher search engine rankings.

About Bill Davis

Bill Davis is an internet marketing expert who can show you how to build an internet marketing business that is profitable, successful, and popular.

Comments

  1. This is a wonderful webinar. As I learned in the clickminded seo training course, creativity is very important when optimizing a website. Pintrest certainly fits in there!

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