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  • How the Claystation uses Pinterest
    Andy Clift





    Pinterest is one of the latest social networks we have ventured into. It is great for visual people and easy to use. On each social network we participate on we try to do something a little unique. On Pinterest we create boards of the greatests Ceramic Artist now and throughout history, we then tie them into the work that we do on Claypedia are Wiki. Take a look! Just about every other week we select an amazing artist, ask for help though out the clay community to scour the web for the best links, videos, resources, and photos. We then build the topic on our website creating a resource about that artist, which puts all the best information right at your finger tips. We call it putting a topic into production. Once it's finished it is featured on the site and newslet...
    03-18-2014, 08:35 PM
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  • How the Claystation uses Pinterest






    Pinterest is one of the latest social networks we have ventured into. It is great for visual people and easy to use. On each social network we participate on we try to do something a little unique. On Pinterest we create boards of the greatests Ceramic Artist now and throughout history, we then tie them into the work that we do on Claypedia are Wiki. Take a look!

    Just about every other week we select an amazing artist, ask for help though out the clay community to scour the web for the best links, videos, resources, and photos. We then build the topic on our website creating a resource about that artist, which puts all the best information right at your finger tips. We call it putting a topic into production.

    Once it's finished it is featured on the site and newsletter. And now this is where Pinterest comes into play, we create a board about the artist to help promote the work we have just finished on the Claystation.

    We also link to many boards on Pinterest throughout the Claystation channels because there are some great boards that people really have spent a lot of time on selecting some great images that really help us learn more about ceramics.

    Lastly, sometimes you'll see Pinterest boards embedded right in some articles and threads like it is here. Although it is not possible to do this a regular user if there is a circumstance in which you would like to do this on the Claystation, we would be happy to do it for you, just contact us.

    Visit Claystation .com's profile on Pinterest.

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