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Productive Pinning- Adding Pinterest to your Digital Toolbox

Agricultural organizations from the local to national level are using Pinterest to promote their businesses and organizations, as well as advocate for the agriculture industry. But how do you effectively use Pinterest to reach the general public?

This webinar will give you step-by-step instructions on how to create a Pinterest account, determine the types of content to pin, how to generate your own pins, gain followers, and much more. As a result of this webinar, participants will create an organized Pinterest page and fill it with pinnable content in order to reach their communities, empower producers, and advocate to the consumer.

This is part 2 of a 2 part series. Part 1 is Pinned Perfect- How Agriculture is Using Pinterest on October 22, 2014. You may attend either or both. This session will be recorded for viewing at a later time. Unfortunately the Oct 22 session was not recorded. 

Presenters: Jessie Topp, Scott Stebner, and Lauri Baker, Kansas State.

This webinar is provided by ACE and geared towards Extension professionals, but open to anyone interested in learning more about Pinterest.

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