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From Xia Zhao <lilyzh...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Pinterest
Date Sat, 28 Apr 2012 06:39:38 GMT
OOps, type error again...:*_*, doom->demo.

Lily

2012/4/28 Xia Zhao <lilyzhao8@gmail.com>

> Nancy,
>
> 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 demo 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,
>
> Lily
>
>
> 2012/4/26 Nancy K <nancythirteen@yahoo.com>
>
>> 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 (
>> pinterest.com/generalelectric)- 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 (pinterest.com/starbucks)has 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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