Everyone's talking about Pinterest, the latest network on the social media scene. But it's not the right fit for every business. Use this infographic to find out whether you should start pinning.
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Dan Martin has 10 years experience as a journalist writing about entrepreneurs and the issues that affect them.
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I like the idea of the Infographics, it would be helpful if a larger version was available as I had difficulty in reading some of the text.
I have just started using Pinterest and expect it will be months before any benefits show. It's like many good ideas, you need time to set things up, and add the "Pin It" to your Browsers bookmarks. As a Virtual Webmaster to small companies, it can be time comsuming for many companies to do, with no immediate benefits.
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