One of the best parts of Pinterest as a company is that they listen to their users. Imagine that a company that listens to its customers!!! What a neat idea, huh?
Over the past few months Pinterest has rolled out some really helpful features such as send a pin and duplicate pin notification. All because of feedback they received from the Pinterest community. Now, the feature that everyone has been
Pinterest can be a very powerful tool for bringing traffic to your site but for the small business owner or blogger trying to do it all on their own, it can be daunting.
Pinterest grew at an astronomical rate in 2012 and millions have had a chance to dip their toes into the Pinterest waters. They’re familiar with the terms and the basic functions of Pinterest but many have yet to figure out how to make it work for their business.
I would like to share some great news! Oh So Pinteresting has moved beyond the blog and the podcast into the world of television!
I was shocked when I heard someone say watermarking your images is a form of shameless self-promotion. Seriously!?!?
I took a moment to think about this and tried to see the other person’s point of view. Sure, I can see if the logo or site URL is the center of attention on the image then yeah, that is a bit much.
As Pinterest has continued to skyrocket in growth, I’ve come across an increasingly pesky problem, pins with misguided or broken links. Either the pin links you to nowhere or it takes you to a site that has just copied the image.
If you’re pinning for your business, this can be a big concern, you wouldn’t want your followers and potential customers to look to you as a resource of information in your industry and have boards with pins like these.
A while back I showed you how to organize your messy Pinterest boards into what some would consider a work of art. Today’s Pinterest tip is going to take your boards to the next level. Make your boards more than just ordinary, make them into a masterpiece by setting your board cover images!
Why bother changing the board cover image? If you don’t, the image will continually change to be the last image you pinned to that board and it may not be the best representation of the kinds of pins there. You want your followers and your potential new followers to know what they can find on your boards, don’t you?