Pinterest has a new look but there are some things that remain the same when it comes to being a success with Pinterest. When things are in a state of change it’s always good to make sure you’re on a firm foundation.
Do you remember that feeling of excitement you got as a kid when you received a unexpected gift? A surprise out of the blue that made you grin from ear to ear. That’s been me since I got access to Pinterest’s new look and the Analytics feature.
I’ve had a few days to explore the ins and outs of the changes Pinterest has made and some time to check out the data from the analytics. In my exploration, I found a few gems that I’d like to share with you.
Mind your manners, even on Pinterest.
Pinterest is a great place to find and share content and it’s perfectly acceptable to share your own. However, some people take this to an extreme and it can be annoying to followers.
The inspiration for this week’s Friday Pinterest Quick Tip comes from Judy in Pennsylvania. Judy came by the blog and left a question about using hashtags or #s on Pinterest. If you’re a Twitter user you’re probably pretty familiar with them but on Pinterest they work a bit differently.
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This week, I’m happy to bring you another video Friday Pinterest quick tip, I’m not so happy about being spammed. This good timing after last week’s tip about blocking users from following you on Pinterest. Now, … Continue reading How to Report Spam on Pinterest