— StephanieDubeDwilson (@StephanieDube) March 23, 2014
You may not know this, but Pinterest now lets some users promote their pins, similarly to how you can promote posts on Facebook. Promoted pins can be a great way to tell more people about your business, if you use the feature wisely. Don’t spam people and only pin webpages with eye-catching photos and useful information. The feature is being slowly rolled out, but Pinterest has an application form that you can fill out if you’d like to be apply to be one of the first people to promote pins. The application is here.
Happy Veterans Day! Here are two links that you might want to check into today.
If you’re a veteran or active military, this link will show you a long list of coupons and freebies available for today!
If you want to send an ecard to a veteran, use this link. You can send a card to someone you know or someone picked by the Red Cross. Heinz will donate $1 to the Wounded Warrior Project for every ecard sent.
If you didn’t get to see it before, click here to view an archive or live link of an article I wrote for Newsmax magazine back in May about the hidden costs of Obamacare. I’m pretty proud of this story!
I found this interesting article on Mashable that looks at Facebook tools that you might find useful, whether you use Facebook for business or personal use. Just one example: Did you know that when you create an ad on Facebook, you can choose up to five different images for your ad? Facebook will rotate between the images and use the one that gets the most clicks or impressions. Also, you can choose very specific markets for your Facebook ads, such as targeting your ad only to grandparents who are over the age of 55.