"pin me!" blog & print inspiration boards are here!

 

  

Did you know Pinterest hit 10 million U.S. monthly unique visitors faster than any independent site in history? It's no secret that online users love Pinterest. What makes Pinterest even more appealing is its audience. In comparison to Facebook, the average Pinterest user spends almost fifty percent more than the average Facebook user. Pinterest also targets a highly desirable audience and drives more referral traffic than Google+, LinkedIn and Youtube combined. In fact, over 80% percent of Fortune Global 100 companies have Pinterest accounts. Think Pinterest knows something that many businesses do not? We do!

Take advantage of Pinterest's simple, effective (and free!) marketing possibilities by setting up your imagery for easy pin-ability! Our "Pin Me!" Blog Boards are equipped with layouts to get your work noticed, as well as branding banners to make sure your work is always credited with your name and website. Use on your blog or on your own Pinterest boards and watch your work bring clients right to your virtual doorstep. With our simple action-based templates, creating stunning layouts is a snap. Our layouts can also be printed as large as you like, for canvases, prints or wall clings. Use vertically or crop horizontally for album spreads; these 15 templates are hardworking and multitask with ease.

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*Special thanks to Kallima Photography & Lena Hyde Photography for the lovely images.




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