- New analytic tools for Pinterest are being rolled out. Pinterest Web Analytics are expected to be announced today [UPDATE: Here's the news], and to be free to users of the site. Look for them to show more about how users are engaging with your pins and posts.
- Steal ideas from musicians, like this list of how to use Pinterest for professional music-makers. It includes a smart tip about using the RSS feeds to follow particular pinners. (Hat tip to Joe Bonner for this one.)
- Share your professional work. I urged my listeners to create a Pinterest portfolio of their work, and that's an easy way to make reviewing your articles, videos, and other products a pleasant task. Inspired by the talk, freelance science writer Jennifer Freeman shared her new Pinterest portfolio of her writing and editing. Perhaps a good example for you?
- Get career leads and tips. There's plenty of career activity already on Pinterest, as seen in Mashable's list of 7 Pinterest boards to follow for your career. I'd add to that list: Follow Sara Horowitz, founder of Freelancers Union, if you freelance.
- And speaking of science, The Centers for Disease Control debuted on Pinterest, joining other federal research agencies like the Department of Energy and the National Institutes of Health.
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