Pinterest is now the third most popular social media outlet after Facebook and Twitter. Basically, it is a way to organize and share pictures and ideas on anything that interests you. It’s also a great way to network and promote your business, provided you use common social media etiquette.
Here are a couple sites that have some information on using Pinteret to your advantage.
For those obsessed with everything soap, it’s a new addiction. I, myself, have spent hours organizing and building my pinterest boards. I welcome you to follow me or my individual boards. I have 32 boards organizing over 1,100 pins so far all related to soap and bath and body from layers, swirls and landscapes to recipes, packaging, and craft fair display ideas. There’s tons of inspiration to “soaplift”. Here’s a sampling of categories on my account. You can see my ‘database’ of soapy inspiration by clicking here.
My soap pins grew to the point that I made a business account for all things soapy and a separate personal account for my many other interests. If you are into other things like scrapbooking, decorating, historical costumes, all things wooly, and more, then you can follow my personal pins by clicking here.
Bramble Berry started a Pinterest Community Board with members that post about soap. To check it out, Soapy Pinsters click here. And there are countless soapmakers, suppliers, and soap enthusiasts you can find to follow as well.
Do you have a pinterest account with some soap and bath and body pins? Let us know by posting a comment with a link to your account.