Escape Your Twitter Funk with Pinterest

One of the biggest issues with Twitter for marketers is perhaps its greatest strength for others: text. This feature works great for news updates, mobilizing large groups, and creating a true fast and productive mobile communication method. But because Twitter relies heavily on shortened URLs and text to promote your message, Twitter becomes a sea of drifting headlines, with no other unique engagement to entice customers to click. Just the idea of text bores me from a product perspective and any marketer will tell you customers respond to images, video, and interactivity more than copy. Customers want to see the product in action, and then ask questions later. Continue reading