I just don’t get it.
I do have a Pinterest account. I have a couple of boards. I’ve pinned a few pins (is that the right way to say it?). But I rarely visit Pinterest. And I don’t see the business-growing potential yet.
(Some may consider this an unwise confession, coming as it does from a guy whose business offers social media consulting services. But, heck, I’m just being honest.)
So I’ve decided to give it the old college try. Or junior college.
I hereby embark on a 14-day journey into Pinterest Land.
I plan spend at least 24 minutes a day exploring and/or pinning to Pinterest. And I plan to post a daily update documenting my findings and my evolution as a Pinner (is that the right way to say it?).
My goal? Even if Pinterest isn’t destined to be an important social property for me and my own company, it might be for my customers. I owe it to them to know more about Pinterest than what I can read on Wikipedia.
Please join the conversation.
Please don’t hesitate to join the conversation (comment below) if you have something to offer. Maybe you have a story to tell about how Pinterest has helped your business. Maybe you can recommend boards I should follow. Maybe you have questions I can seek answers to in the course of my journey.
About this Web site
The nSiteful Tech Blog (the official blog of nSiteful Web Builders, Inc. since January of 2013) is where I (Jeff Cohan) and (occasionally) associates will be posting articles of potential interest to like-minded techies, nSiteful clients who are playing active roles in the maintenance of their own Web sites and blogs, and pretty much anyone interested in how Web strategies and tools can help them reach their goals.