Pinterest Predicts 35 Trends For 2022
Last year Pinterest noted its trends predictions for 2020 were 80% correct.
This year’s report is going to cover 35 key trends (they shared 30 last year). We’ll see where things are going to be headed in 2022, based on Pin activity in a range of business categories.
Here’s a link to the brand new Pinterest Predicts report for 2022.
The trends range from make-up, to fashion, home decor and with other less Pinterest-y elements such as cars and finance.
If you’d like a more visual overview of each trend hop out to its dedicated Pinterest Predicts mini-site – it has Pin samples in each category.
With Pinterest’s solid track record you may want to keep a close eye on their latest predictions.
You can be the one of the first to come up with trendy ad angles, sniffing out great affiliate offers or even launching your own ecom store.
[SPONSORED] 7 Tips to Sell More Before Christmas
Just because Black Friday is over, doesn’t mean consumers have stopped buying!
Here are 7 tips to help you sell more products before Christmas:
1. Target Larger Audiences
Promoting products that have broad appeal can really help you scale.
2. Target Online Consumers
Since you’re selling online, targeting people that have a habit of buying online would be nice!
3. Offer the Right Payment Methods
Find out what the preferred payment methods are in your target country, and promote offers/products that offer them.
4. Use Local Language
Offers/products that have landing pages written in the local language usually convert the best.
5. Target the Right Demographic
E.g. Unless you can convince your audience that a lawn mower is the perfect Christmas present, you may not want to target women for this product.
6. Know What’s Popular
Products go in and out of fashion. Get with the trend by promoting what’s popular, and ride the wave.
7. Mind Shipping Time
Make sure what you’re promoting will get to people in time for Christmas! Longer shipping times can deter people from buying.
Have trouble finding offers that will fit all of the above? Ask your VIP Response affiliate manager for the perfect offers to promote right now!
11 Video Editing Apps
Social video generates more shares than text and images combined. Whether you like it or not, you need videos for your ads – period.
Here’s a summarised list of 11 apps to create and edit videos for ads, products and content marketing.
1. Adobe Premiere Rush
Adobe Premiere Rush – all-in-one, cross-device video editor. $9.99/month
Animoto – a platform for creating and customizing videos, easy to use. $8/month.
BeeCut – easy to use editing app with advanced features. $59.95 lifetime.
Splice – Originally developed by GoPro, lets you easily trim clips, adjust speed and quickly add music and text overlays. $60.55/year
FilmoraGo – mobile app of the Filmora platform with footage slicing, transitions, aspect ratios and tons more. $32.99/year
VSCO – Can create and edit photos and videos with premium presets, filters advanced editing and its photo editor. $19.99/year
WeVideo – Create and edit videos anywhere and for anything. Unlimited use of 1 million pieces of stock media. $2.99/month
PowerDirector – full-featured video maker and editor. Can edit and export 4K. Free, premium available via in-app purchases.
KineMaster – easy to edit videos from your phone or tablet using advanced features and downloadable content. $39.99/year, has a free plan too.
InShot – video editor and maker with plenty of features and effects to amplify content. $3.99/month
VivaVideo – easy to use app for multi-track editing. Free with premium features.
PREDICTIONS – Predictions 2022: Mobile & In-Game ✨ — Read more
TINY – Researchers produce working camera that’s as small as a grain of salt 🧂 — Read more
FB – Facebook tests a new ‘Professional’ mode for creator profiles 🕴️ — Read more
AUDIUS – Top celebrities invest in Spotify rival Audius 🎧 — Read more
SHOWERTHOUGHTS – “There is a certain size in which a cup becomes a bucket. ” u/rainbowsieger
FEATURED STM THREAD: PUSH And In-Page Push Traffic User Freshness.
Those of you who have been running PUSH traffic definitely know that user “freshness” plays a major role when it comes to the quality of these clicks. The shorter a user is subscribed to a PUSH list, the better they usually convert. But is it always the case? And how about In-Page push traffic? Does the freshness play any role here?
Twinaxe has put this to a test! And when this guy does a test, you know it’s going to be a huge and detailed one. Just to give you an idea, this robot-like individual has set up 99 test campaigns just for the sake of one test… beast mode!
And what about the freshness for In-Page push? That shouldn’t even be something of concern, since this format is basically just a banner… but turns out, some networks actually do track this.
So what about the results? Check the thread to see for yourself!
Stay tuned for the next edition of MRKTRS WKLY.
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