To Pin or not to Pin - Have you joined Pinterest yet?

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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Town & Country Realty

 

How many of you Realtors have a Pinterest account you actively use for marketing? We at Team Carlos have been contemplating on whether or not there would be any advantages to becoming a "Pinner" of things dealing with Real Estate. To my knowledge, this is a simple website that allows you to find neat images and "pin" them to a board you create. A lot of people have recipe boards and save delicious recipes there so they may later go back and take a peak at a fun new recipe to try! 

Pinterest in my eyes seems to be more of a website one would use for fun tips, crafts, recipes, images and ideas. I don't see too many reasons why it would be wise to invest time in using it. Can anyone prove me wrong?

The most popular current "pins" on Pinterest.

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Mike Carlos-Realtor
Short Sale & Foreclosure Specialist
Team Carlos, Realtors
 Tallahassee's #1 Short Sale Team Keller Williams Town & Country Realty
(850) 583-1919
Mike@TeamCarlos.info
www.TeamCarlos.info

 

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Dan Hopper
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Mike, the jury is out on this for me, as well.  Not sure what to think of Pinterest, yet.  Trying to see where this site will work in with the other social media sites, and marketing for us!  Stay tuned for new things.....

Feb 21, 2012 09:30 AM #1
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