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Have you joined the Pinterest craze yet? Here’s everything you always wanted to know about the online pinboard site, but were afraid to ask.
A decade into the social media revolution, fatigue has set in. There are lots of ways to interact, but there are still only 24 hours in a day. What social media network is still worth your time?
For a growing number of brands, Pinterest is making the cut. According to Cincinnati-based marketing company Ahalogy, some 22% of Americans are now monthly visitors to the site, where people pin and share pictures and articles like you might pin magazine clippings on a bulletin board. While men are starting to join, the vast majority of Pinterest users are women, and they are generally younger women. If you’re marketing fishing equipment to retired gentlemen, then this is not your medium.
But if you’re trying to reach Pinterest’s core users of millennial moms, here’s how to stand out.
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Have you joined the Pinterest craze yet? Here’s everything you always wanted to know about the online pinboard site, but were afraid to ask.

A decade into the social media revolution, fatigue has set in. There are lots of ways to interact, but there are still only 24 hours in a day. What social media network is still worth your time?

For a growing number of brands, Pinterest is making the cut. According to Cincinnati-based marketing company Ahalogy, some 22% of Americans are now monthly visitors to the site, where people pin and share pictures and articles like you might pin magazine clippings on a bulletin board. While men are starting to join, the vast majority of Pinterest users are women, and they are generally younger women. If you’re marketing fishing equipment to retired gentlemen, then this is not your medium.

But if you’re trying to reach Pinterest’s core users of millennial moms, here’s how to stand out.

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Instead of whining about your rotten day on Facebook, show how you’re feeling on Emoj.li with an adorable little pile of poo.
Fast Company caught up with the creators, who insist that the site is not a total joke. 

Why does the world/Internet need Emoji.li?
It doesn’t. It really doesn’t. But the Internet didn’t need Twitter either, and look where we are a few years later…

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Instead of whining about your rotten day on Facebook, show how you’re feeling on Emoj.li with an adorable little pile of poo.

Fast Company caught up with the creators, who insist that the site is not a total joke. 

Why does the world/Internet need Emoji.li?

It doesn’t. It really doesn’t. But the Internet didn’t need Twitter either, and look where we are a few years later…

Read More>

This Photographer’s Instagram Depiction of People Falling Down Is a Beautiful Disaster
"We live in sad times when material things, expensive or not, have become more important then our own lives," the photographer says. "I started feeling the need to capture that exact moment—the moment of the impact. I wanted to do it ironically, and play down the seriousness. I enjoy the idea of people becoming victims of their own obsessive and compulsive neurosis, but there had to be a comical side to tragedy. If laughter leads to only one moment of thoughtfulness I will have accomplished my mission."
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This Photographer’s Instagram Depiction of People Falling Down Is a Beautiful Disaster

"We live in sad times when material things, expensive or not, have become more important then our own lives," the photographer says. "I started feeling the need to capture that exact moment—the moment of the impact. I wanted to do it ironically, and play down the seriousness. I enjoy the idea of people becoming victims of their own obsessive and compulsive neurosis, but there had to be a comical side to tragedy. If laughter leads to only one moment of thoughtfulness I will have accomplished my mission."

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