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Applying Youtility to Pinterest

By Esther Wallace April 16, 2015

A previous post by Stephanie Leishman and the overall discussion on Youtility inspired us at MIT Recreation to ask ourselves the question “How can our social media be more useful to our audience?”  What better place to start answering this question than with Pinterest, a platform designed for exploration and...

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Interview with Esther Wallace

By Stephanie Hatch Leishman February 24, 2015

Recently, I asked Esther Wallace, assistant director of marketing and communications for MIT Recreational Sports, to talk about her efforts with social media. She offered her insights on creating content and engaging with key audiences. What is your favorite social media network and why? Pinterest is my personal...

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Using Pinterest Without the Fear of Breaking Copyright Laws

By Stephanie Hatch Leishman May 16, 2012

Organizations are nervous about using Pinterest. With all the news going on about pinning images being unlawful, there are lots of doubts about whether one should use Pinterest at all. This is particularly unfortunate given that, according to Mashable, Pinterest drives more traffic than Google+, YouTube, and LinkedIn...

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