As a publisher, your digital-first strategy is all about providing an experience to your readers. You likely know what qualities comprise a good reader experience, but how do you translate that into your design?
Perhaps you are redesigning your website or maybe it’s just time for a few updates. There is no question that either endeavor requires that you keep the social community of your readers at the top of your mind.
We know that you can’t become digital-first overnight. We know that taking a digital-first approach requires a shift in your overall business and editorial strategy. It’s likely that you’ve already taken some steps and you are just trying to get to the next level. Making this transformation is as much about finesse as it is about resources.
Like any social media platform worth its salt, Pinterest continues to grow and evolve. As one of the fastest growing social networks, it is the third largest, only behind Facebook and Twitter. Hence, publishers are finding more and more ways to use it for lead generation.
Why not use your website as the hub to deploy your lead generation tactics? As a publisher, lead generation (or lead gen) is more than likely an essential component of feeding your online and print revenue. Increasingly, lead gen is about providing more value and greater access to. . .