Pinterest is now allowing sites to verify. Similar to webmaster tools in a way I guess. A checkmark will appear beside verified pins. Only top level domains are allowed at this stage.
I'm a little confused though. If you're not meant to be promoting yourself, what is the point of this? Is this going to be a way for them to attack spammers more easily?
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Pretty cool Wry... I just went and verified one of my blogs and all is good. Now, if it can help in search results that will be fantastic.
By the way, you can self promote... its kinda what you have to do since you are only supposed to pin pics your have copyrights to... or am I missing something? But it is also a social network in a sense that you have to network by repinning, sharing, commenting and such. It can't all be about me can it
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