When it comes to social media, everyone makes marketing mistakes. Particularly when dealing with the newest kid on the block. While that’s not necessarily the case for Pinterest, which has been in business for about seven years, many marketers are just recently discovering the business side to it. It may have to do with the fact that Pinterest recently launched “Pinterest for Business”. Maybe it’s because 72% of Pinners (Pinterest users) use the site to research and decide what to buy when they make an in-person purchase. Of perhaps the fact that 87% of Pinners have purchased a product because of Pinterest. These statistics make a compelling case for companies to be in Pinterest. Now, as with any social platform, you want to get it right–or as good as possible–from the get-go. Making too many rookie mistakes on Pinterest can cost you big time. Don’t fret. The following six tips will help you avoid marketing mistakes on Pinterest.