Expanding The Media Rumba Pinterest Galleries With More Art Related Content

If you haven’t seen my Pinterest boards, the intent of my boards is to display images related to both New Media Art and Latino Art. I’ve always had an interest in art and I believe that having Pinterest will allow me the opportunity to delve more into it by studying and collecting artworks for my Pinterest boards; In a way it makes me kind of like an online gallery curator.

Also this allows me to work with Pinterest and its analytics functionality since this particular social media platform can help drive traffic to a website and help build relevancy and authority for a brand and/or service. So far, my Pinterest boards have been doing very well but I feel that I need to add more to my visual gallery than just images so for my next plan I will start pinning links that offers content related to my selected art genres such as artist interviews, tutorials, artist blogs, etc.

With the additional content, I feel my followers will get more value out of the resources and this will also help me expand on my digital art knowledge. So definitely take advantage of Pinterest if you don’t have an account and get started on pinning based on your interests or if you like to add Pinterest for your business, do the research and make sure that it’s the right platform for you and your business. Be creative and personal not make it a sales pitch.

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I 'mFrankie De Sotoand I was born on the beautiful island of Puerto Rico. I graduated at the top of my class from the University of North Texas with a BA in Art and 2 minors in Marketing and Radio, Television, and Film. I have been doing graphic design for the past couple of years creating graphics for advertising, signs, brochures , and flyers but I decided to return to school to expand my knowledge into more new media applications such as web design, human /computer interaction, Flash animation and marketing communications. I graduated with an MFA in Arts & Technology at the University of Texas at Dallas. My current studies are focusing on social media and marketing communications which in part encouraged me to begin this blog as well as my love for Hispanic culture and online media practices.

2 Responses to "Expanding The Media Rumba Pinterest Galleries With More Art Related Content"

  1. Mary Garner says:

    Yes, Pinterest is beautiful. And yes, its users love it. But don’t let all the hearts and flowers fool you. Behind those lovely images, Pinterest is fast becoming a heavy hitting marketing tool for brands and businesses … like yours.

  2. Ray A. Ward says:

    Pinterest is a picture-based website, so the quality of your images is a must! Use only extremely high quality shots, their size should be about 600 or 800 pixels wide and 1000 pixels deep. The quality of the photos, images or artworks is part of your marketing strategy so take your time to choose them well. It will be worth your effort in the end. Always keep an eye on the size of the images: if the size is too small, pinners can’t share it, but if users can easily find the same image in another blog or website at the right size or resolution, they’ll pin that one, and you will lose out on the traffic generated from that pin.

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