Urgent Pinterest Update for Wedding Pros

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Just last week Pinterest introduced a new feature you need to know about: Pinterest business accounts. While there really aren’t any benefits to having a “business” account versus a “personal” one right now, if you’re already using your Pinterest account for your business, you need to convert it to a business account as soon as possible. Here’s why: Pinterest updated

Pinterest. It’s Where Your Brides Are. Get Used to It! Here’s How.

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by Amber Ambrose, Destination Wedding Planner, Blue Sky Ceremony According to a recent survey 83% of women polled trust Pinterest over Facebook and Twitter. The social media landscape is changing, again, are you ready? If you just sighed out loud and said no, then this quick how-to guide on Pinterest will help you get ready. Warning: Pinterest is very addictive. What is Pinterest?

Ways to Use Pinterest For A Wedding Business

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  Pinterest is a social media platform. That said, as you probably already know, it is very, very different from anything else out there. The whole point of it is to be visual and artistic. It is more of a place to get ideas and make recommendations for products, recipes and more than a place to chat with others. Using

Why You Should Consider Using Pinterest

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  I’ll be honest; I wasn’t a huge fan of Pinterest when it came out. It seemed like a waste of time, and I wasn’t sure what the benefit would be. However many of my friends dove in ecstatically and began extensive pin boards to plan parties, re-decorate rooms and more. The problem with Pinterest for a wedding business is