What are some of the latest Pinterest tools?
If you are like many other social media users, you might have been swept up in the Pinterest craze. Millions of users around the planet have become serious Pinterest addicts. If this sounds like you, chances are good that you might have missed valuable Pinterest add-ons while you were feeding your pinning addiction. If that is the case, this Pinterest resource rundown might be just the fix you need to take your addiction to the next level. Enjoy the treats.
Think of Pinpuff as Klout for Pinterest. This handy site allows you to measure your Pinterest popularity, social reach, and activity level. Using its own algorithm, Pinpuff assigns a monetary value to each of your pins for further analytical insight. Handy as a tool for both businesses and individual users, Pinpuff gives you one more tool to add to your social media bragging rights arsenal. Tweet your Pinpuff scores to your followers. Post your Pinfluence score on Facebook. Heck, you can even pin your Pinpuff stats to Pinterest. This nifty Pinterest analytics tool is definitely one to watch.
Pinerly is another analytics tool for Pinterest, but with a twist to its usefulness. Pinerly offers optimization tips to enable you to make the most of your pins. Traffic analyzing, description details, and even optimum posting times are all available via Pinerly. The Pinerly blog is another excellent resource for Pinterest for business users, as well as individuals hoping to build a following. With Pinerly’s bookmarklet, campaign scheduling, and “pinalytics” options, you really cannot go wrong with this invaluable Pinterest resource.
This mash-up of Pinterest and Instagram blends two popular social media darlings into one. Useful for any brand with a penchant for pretty pictures (and is that not what Pinterest is all about?), Pingram.me offers everything from retro food images to whimsical wedding shots. Curating content with Pingram could be a win-win for users hoping to drive traffic by utilizing two of the hottest social media tools around.
Currently in private beta, this iPad app allows users to create fashion ensembles using images that they have pinned on Pinterest. Billing itself as a user-generated catalog of fashion, Bazaart shows definite promise to those Pinterest users addicted to pinning clothing, accessories, and jewelry. Bazaart could definitely be useful to any blogger or webmaster connected to fashion in any way. From a mommy fashion blogger to a wedding planner, keeping an eye on Bazaart’s release to the public should be on your social media to do list.
Also currently in private beta, Pintics will allow users to manage multiple Pinterest accounts at once. Offering traffic analytics as well as sales monitoring, Pintics could be a real bonus to those using Pinterest as a business tool. Beta invites are still available on Pintics. Opting to become an early adopter just might take your Pinterest pins to an entirely new level.
These are just five powerful Pinterest resources you can consider using to boost your social media efforts. If growing your audience and building your brand are your intentions, these tools might be the leg up on the competition you need. Check them out, enjoy the increased traffic, and feel free to pin this post your Pinterest social media board.