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Discover The Power Of Pinterest In Five Books

Everything about Pinterest is revealed in these pinteresting books!

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The phenomenon of Pinterest is often overlooked by many. This website has, however, revolutionized the way we search for pictures on the internet.

Instead of a chronological list of pictures like on Google images, Pinterest’s output is meaningful. Creating meaningful collections of pictures for a mood has prompted authors to write about its powers in business, marketing, and design; for corporate and home use.

Learn more about its history and harness its power more than ever before with these five unique Pinterest books!

#1 Pinterest Marketing: 80K to 14+ Million in 3 Months by Kerrie Legend

Pinterest Marketing: 80K to 14+ Million in 3 Months by Kerrie Legend
Kerrie Legend introduces major practices one has to do in order to grow a Pinterest reach and develop a business. The book is very detailed in terms of 3 concrete steps necessary for success. The biggest strength of the book is its content that is based on the data Legend compiled while running 10+ Pinterest accounts and a large number of blogs.

Before buying a copy make sure to compare the price at various outlets:

Book Depository (International)Waterstones (International) Read more reviews and buy the book here

#2 Pinterest for Business by Jess Loren

Pinterest for Business by Jess Loren
Don’t let the fact that this book was published in 2012 fool you. This book is the ultimate resource for entrepreneurs and marketers who want to learn how to take advantage of a very underrated platform. It breaks down every aspect of Pinterest, from basic info about creating an account to more tactical advice on incorporating it into a sales funnel. As someone who makes their living online, I believe that Pinterest is still one of the most underutilized platforms, and this book can teach people how to optimize its potential.

Before buying a copy make sure to compare the price at various outlets:

Book Depository (International)Waterstones (International) Read more reviews and buy the book here

#3 Ultimate Guide to Pinterest for Business by Karen Leland

Ultimate Guide to Pinterest for Business by Karen Leland
This book is part of a bigger series but goes into depth about how to create your Pinterest following from the ground up along with strategies for building your brand on the platform. It includes step by step analysis of how to set up campaigns, and how to add a new platform into your existing social strategy.

The only downside about the book is that it’s now a little dated as features continue to evolve on the platform; however, the advice is still solid, as are the strategies for establishing a brand. The section on building boards is especially important if you want to use Pinterest properly, and Leland goes into depth on the considerations you should make when branding, naming, and even creating a collaborative board between users. Further, there is a section at the back that breaks down some key tips and actions for specific professions.

Before buying a copy make sure to compare the price at various outlets:

Book Depository (International)Waterstones (International) Read more reviews and buy the book here

#4 Pinterest Marketing by Jennifer Evans Cario

Pinterest Marketing by Jennifer Evans Cario
Pinterest Marketing: An Hour a Day is a great guide that will teach you how to create a successful Pinterest marketing strategy. It includes actionable tips, interviews, case studies, and more from people who have already found success marketing on Pinterest.

Before buying a copy make sure to compare the price at various outlets:

Book Depository (International)Waterstones (International) Read more reviews and buy the book here

#5 The House That Pinterest Built by Diane Keaton

The House That Pinterest Built by Diane Keaton
An interior design/biography book by Diane Keaton! I bought this book on its launch at Rizzoli’s in New York and signed by Diane Keaton herself. It’s a beautiful collection of her home in which she used Pinterest as a guide for designing. I found this book truly inspirational as we live in a digital era where we are constantly influenced by digital imagery to fuel our home designs and Keaton guides us on how Pinterest guided her to build her dream home. If not to have as just inspiration, it is an amazing coffee table book with tons of eye candy for home lovers.

Before buying a copy make sure to compare the price at various outlets:

Book Depository (International)Waterstones (International) Read more reviews and buy the book here

Contributors to this article
Ana Bera from SafeAtLast

Jeneva Aaron from The HouseWire

Megan Meade from Software Path

Allison Hott from Blog Tyrant

Sara Ledra from Laura Bohn Design Associates

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