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5 Interesting Pinterest Marketing Campaigns {from Mashable.com}

Here are some really creative ideas for marketing on Pinterest.  Read the full article on Mashable.com.

5 Interesting Pinterest Marketing Campaigns

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Pinterest is so new that a lot of major brands still don’t know what to make of it. However, there are a few outliers who have found creative ways to exploit the potential of the new social media destination.

As the following list shows, there are many ways to do this. One marketer made a puzzle out of Pinterest’s picture-heavy design. Another noted what people were pinning on Pinterest and sent them real-life gifts based on those pins.

 

If you’re a marketer looking to do something creative with Pinterest, we hope these will inspire you. If you know of any other interesting Pinterest campaigns, please let us know in the comments.

See all 5 and read the full article HERE on Mashable.com.