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It’s been common knowledge that more and more businesses are turning to social media pages such as Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest to build business and create a buzz for their brands. However, this may be turning against companies in an unexpected way.
With over 13.4 billion (yes, I said billion) unique page views last year, Tumblr seems to be the blogging world’s reigning power.
With its user-friendly interface and searches organized by key terms, Tumblr makes sharing easy. It makes sense that businesses both small and large would find it intriguing. Even President Obama hosts his blog on Tumblr.
Pinterest is pretty much the new obsession for everyone, these days. Utilizing both social networking and the sharing potential of images, it has created a whole new way to show who you are, and show others the same.
But it has also shown a new way of getting inspired. For what, you might ask? Just life! There is so much you can use the site for when it comes to diversifying your day to day. Here are five ways people are doing so already.
Pinterest Tip #1 – Get DIY Inspired!
So, after all the hype and excitement, the Facebook IPO got underway with a price tag of over $100 billion, but with the opening share price only trading marginally above the asking price, are their rough times ahead?
The big winners of the Facebook IPO were the company’s management, shareholders and advisors, because the opening share price squeezed the maximum amount of money for them, but gave little to the punters who wanted a quick profit.
When you started to work online or run your own blog, what were your motivations? Chances are that one of the perks for you was going to be the fact that you could work from home and work on the move.
However working from home doesn’t necessarily mean working from home – as that can actually get pretty old pretty fast as you struggle to stay focussed and as you find yourself distracted by the internet, phone and food, and as you lose any motivation to put on pants which you would have if you were working out in the real world.