PR and Social InkLings for the Week of October 22

Oct 26, 2012 Whitney Clifford

Chirpify Provides Instant Buying on Instagram

Imagine a social world where purchasing an item was as simple as tweeting “buy.” Well, my fellow online shopping addicts, that dream is becoming a reality. With payment system Chirpify, businesses and consumers can buy, sell, donate, or exchange funds without ever leaving Twitter or Instagram by turning tweets and comments into immediate transactions. Read more about this innovative, and dangerous, social commerce company here.

 

Infographic: What Social Media Says About the 2012 Election

Even though the presidential debates are over, the conversations continue – and many of those conversations are obviously happening on social. This week, real-time engagement tool developer Livefyre collected comments from thousands of online outlets and broke down the most important issues based on voter feedback. Check out the results in this infographic.

 

Pinbooster Launches Its Pay-To-Pin Ad Platform for Pinterest

This week, Pinterest reached 25.3 million visitors, launching them into the list of 50 most trafficked websites. With so much success, however, it has yet to figure out how to turn all of those pins into profits. Enter Pinbooster – the first ad platform which pays users to re-pin ad messages from brands. Interested pinners, learn more about trying out the service here.

 

YouTube Halloween Tutorials

We all know that YouTube is a go-to for videos—educational, frightening, and, just plain ridiculous. So, for fun and in celebration of Halloween, we’d like to inspire your ghoulish side and share some amazing Halloween makeup tutorials – Happy Halloween!

 

 

Topics: Infographics, News, Twitter, Facebook, Social Media

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