Pinterest vs Tumblr

     

 

          Pinterest and Tumblr are considered curatorial social spaces, according to the NY Times, with the additional blog component for Tumblr. But after the Yahoo buyout of Tumblr, it’s following has become stagnant while Pinterest is coming up strong and predicted to soon rival Twitter in its amount of handlers. Social media has been around for decades but has only started trending now, which means out with the old blog spaces and in with the new real time one sentence life update.

 

 

          Google is the leading data search engine with the ability to image search as well, but while Google has the literal answer for image keywords, Pinterest has the creative answer for users with aesthetics in mind.

The great thing about Tumblr is that it effectively combines a variety of image content under a number of tags that is seen worldwide, and with gaining a following they can choose to get to know you personally via opinion blogs and messages.

 

Forbes Magazine recently did a study on the top four networking applications ranking Facebook ($170 billion), Twitter ($23 billion in stock), and Linkdin ($20 billion) as the top three but Pinterest ($5 billion) is climbing fast in popularity. It’s estimated to go head to head with Twitter in the next year. Surveys say that many of the users are identified females, myself included, but it has no target gender, and male identified users are testing the waters more and more.

 

I recently became a Pinterest convert. I was previously a Tumblr addict adamantly resisting the fact that something new could be better than Tumblr.My partner recommended Pinterest to me because I missed the visual inspiration I got from Tumblr but without the time investment needed to search and sort in comparison to Tumblr and Google.

 

 

          Pinterest brings to the table immediate satisfaction in all things visually pleasing to the eye, the interface allows for quicker browsing and more exploration in order to create personal mood boards in which others can view or you can choose to hide.

 

It’s an excellent time waster without the feeling of wasting time and its impersonal unlike a lot of other networking social media sites whose main focus is  blogging to meet people.

                                

I’ve been through many networking blogs from Xanga to Livejournal, to Myspace each with a target audience and it’s funny to see how they grow and decay leaving way for new social enterprises.

 

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Startup

To create a successful startup company you would need three things. To start with good people, make something customers would actually want and to spend as little money as possible. Although these things can help you, Global Entrepreneurship Week event’s like startup open competitions can help your business more.

 

 

 

Base on this article ( http://startupopen.com/2012/06/20/startup-opens-2011-winner-kavita-shukla-on-the-gec/ )  here are a few key points about it

Startup open is a competition to recognize start up companies who has have just started, or is about to start. The Global Entrepreneurship is the largest gathering of startup champions from around the world. The Congress allows these brilliant entrepreneurs to meet and network with each other, offering attendees a once in a lifetime opportunity.

Follow up question: Where can you go to get a little help and also some helpful business tips.

Well, in Goelaborate we can expand on your inventions and latest ideas and can publish them online by creating your own website. So  let us help you take the leap!

Happy Holidays from the NuvoSys & GoElaborate Team. A message from our CEO.

Best wishes to you and your family this Holiday Season and throughout the coming New Year.

As we move into 2012, we recognize how important our customers and partners are to our success.  Thank you all for your continued support.

I hope you enjoy all that the Holiday Season and, as always, please do not hesitate to contact us if we can be of assistance to you.

Thank you again, and Happy Holidays from all of us at NuvoSys Solutions. I would also like to thank you for all of your feedback and suggestions this past year.  Your input is vital to our continued success and we appreciate your suggestions and comments.

Happy Holidays!

Jason Juliano

CEO, NuvoSys Solutions & GoElaborate Media