Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) May 31, 2012
The founders of http://www.PinAlerts, formed a unique partnership with two talented kidpreneurs to help launch their new Pinterest tool.
From their research, co-founders Janet Thaeler and Paul Wilson found businesses have found success a how to graphic. This type of graphic outlines the steps to sign up and use a service, aligned in a vertical format to fit Pinterest. A how to graphic is a way to market a business on Pinterest which lacks a physical product to display.
PinAlerts.com partnered with the Sabra sisters to create the graphic. They came up with 5 steps to register and start getting PinAlerts. The free service sends an email whenever someone pins something from a tracked website. Pinterest already sends an email whenever a pin thats already on the site gets repinned. However, Pinterest doesnt alert people when someone saves content from another web site.
A how to graphic not only shows people how to use the tool but also markets the service at the same time. PinAlerts.com founders Paul Wilson and Janet Thaeler enlisted the Sabra sisters (ages 10 and 11 years) to come up with a way to show how to use the service. The sisters took screenshots of each step as well as creating original graphics. The sisters are entrepreneurs (or as they say – kidpreneurs).
Not only are the kids good at graphic design, theyre also professional bloggers (who blogged about the process of creating the graphic). Based on their Alexa ranking and being under the ages of 18, their blog KidbloggersClub is the worlds #1 kids blog.
This is not the first time the girls have partnered with a business. Under the direction of their mom, Ponn Sabra of AmericanMuslimMom, the sisters have turned what started out as a homeschooling project into an actual business. As such theyve been able to secure their own sponsors and advertisements.
The Sabra girls beta test, review, and advise on product development for nearly a dozen educational software, virtual worlds, and websites. They were recently accepted to Stanford Universitys Education Program for Gifted Youth and community college. Next the sisters (along with their youngest sister) will add the title author to their list of credentials. The three have a contract to write a series of books that helps make history fun for kids – due to be published this Fall. They certainly made the launch of PinAlerts more fun through their enthusiastic and professional contribution.
PinAlerts.com was developed by Pinterest experts Janet Thaeler, Paul Wilson, and John Benson of http://www.PinnableBusiness.com. Pinnnable Business develops Pinterest marketing tools and solutions. PinAlerts is the companys first release and is currently in beta. Check out the PinAlerts media kit for more information, and watch for future Pinterest tools by subscribing to the Pinnable Business blog.
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