Toward the end of last year, I was convinced to join a new “crazy addictive” social networking site called Pinterest. I vaguely remember the words “kiss your weekends goodbye” when my colleague sent me an invite, but just like so many other sites, I had my doubts.
But, here we are nearly six months later and not only is Pinterest still relevant, it’s on fire. It’s the new black – or Google, Facebook, Tumblr, etc. – whatever your guilty pleasure once was, prepare to set it aside for the time being because Pinterest has climbed the social media ranks and grabbed the number three spot for most visited social network site behind Facebook and Twitter.
I’m operating under the assumption that you have a base-level understanding of what Pinterest is and its value from a personal standpoint – but what about from a professional one – and in healthcare no less?
To help you better understand what type of strategies other healthcare brands are and should be implementing via Pinterest, I wanted to share a few articles and highlight some unique ways of sharing content on the site. Okay, here we go.
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