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From Xia Zhao <>
Subject Re: Pinterest
Date Sat, 28 Apr 2012 05:55:01 GMT

I like your idea very much! Currently Pinterest is very popular in Social
media and Social business in the world. More and more enterprise, community
etc use it to promote their product and business. Surely we can use it to
promote AOO 3.4 and further release.

I am writing one paper about "From Social Media to Social Business" these
days and is thinking how to promote AOO to the world except for the ways we
used before. Except Pinterest, Youtube is one good way we can use, I
suggest we record some video to doom AOO 3.4 and do something  funny about
the release etc. And promote it to Youtube.

We may work together. And anyone else has interesting? With AOO 3.4 is
released I suppose we should have some promotion activities.

Best regards,


2012/4/26 Nancy K <>

> Hi!
> I attended an hour webinar highlighting the use of Pinterest for
> businesses - B2C, B2B and also personal.  I learned that in less than a
> year, this social media format has surpassed youtube, google+, linkedin -
> and is now number 3 in usage under facebook and twitter (not sure which one
> of the latter is first).
> Terminology - PINS are images that you post on your BOARDS - like you
> would post picture cards on an office bulletin board.  The thing is that
> pins can be linked to a landing page, folks can 'REPIN' your pin (with its
> image and links) to their own Boards.  They can 'like', 'comment', REPIN.
> I can imagine ways that this could be used - for instance a separate BOARD
> for Writer,Draw, etc.  Each board could have its own tutorial 'pin' with a
> link to the respective landing page.  Their could be a board for the
> history, another for people behind the scenes, the imagination can go on -
> the webinar suggested using up to 32 boards, but you can have more. Each
> board displays 5 pins. Look at General Electrics site (
> notice how the images on their boards
> entice people to look around and create a bold statement (especially the
> first board). Another idea would be to reward those that contribute to
> openoffice by placing a 'I helped too' kind of board, people could repin
> their award on their own boards and their friends could see what they have
> been up to.
> Because this is increasing in popularity, and a great way to spread
> branding, I suggest reserving the openoffice username even if no one plans
> to use Pinterest yet.  Starbucks ( reserved
> their name, but does not use it yet.
> I have just signed up to use pinterest, and have not added anything to my
> boards yet. I do not know the way to get analytics yet, still reading about
> it, but the webinar mentioned this is available, as well as tracking
> keywords that are working for the competitors. So far it is by invitation
> from another pinterest user to set up an account.
> By the way, check out /microsoft - everyone is starting out, it seems.
> Nancy
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