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  • I haven’t yet become involved in Pinterest, and given how addictive you say it is, I probably won’t try it out until I finish the big project I’m working on. But I always trust your input about marketing, so at some point, I know I’ll jump in!

    • maryellen says:

      Thanks Linda. Well, it is rather addictive but I highly recommend it to someone as savvy as you are. You may find a direct fit with some of your clients. Let me know when you get on or if you would like an invitation.

  • Pinterest – It’s all the rage! And your five points help me “see” why: It’s visually spectacular, highly interactive, and, perhaps best of all, FUN!!! Thanks for helping me understand its appeal 🙂
    Keep on Smilin’,
    Eric

  • A long-time author friend of mine tripled her book sales when she joined P. So … I joined and started pinning. It’s early and I’m still learning. So, I look forward to learning more from you!

  • Mary Ellen,
    Like you, I have seen quite a bit of play with Pinterest – people are repinning my blog posts, for instance. That’s so cool, and as you say, it’s easy and fun.

  • Erin says:

    I love pinning and looking. I agree you can search for nearly anything on there – and find good books to read, great recipes to cook, and fun quotes. Great ideas to share!!!

    • maryellen says:

      Thanks so much for your comment Erin. Yes, I agree with it all. Pinterest is fun but very addictive so I am careful when/how I use it!

  • Right now, I only use pinterest to organize information. I look forward to incorporating it into marketing in the future but haven’t created a plan for it yet.

    • maryellen says:

      Tiffany, as savvy as you are I’ll be very interested to hear how you develop Pinterest into a marketing tool.

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