Group boards are the best means to get followers and visitors on Pinterest. To participate in a group board, the owner and the participant should follow each other.
I've decided to convert some of my boards into group boards. One of them is called "My Hubs" and any of the hubbers may contribute any of his hubs. If you are interested contact me via Hubpages.
N.B. My profile is classified as a viral profile by Pinpuff (one of Pinterest Analytics websites).
by Luis E Gonzalez3 years ago
I created two boards on Pinterest. However I noticed that there are two other boards, which I did not create, with literary thousands of pins. So: 1. How can others ad boards to my account and can I prevent this.2. Does...
by Chuck Bluestein4 years ago
I just joined Pinterest. With Twitter, people who follow you get your tweet in their newsfeed. I follow some people on Pinterest but do not see how that helps me to see their pins. Also when I get an email from...
by Cheeky Kid23 months ago
Okay, so I've been using Pinterest for quite some time now but I still kinda find it confusing. Do you like just pin a photo there and expect visitors, or should you put something like "click this" on the...
by Live To Write4 years ago
Has any one noticed a large amount of followers to profile pictures that are the sexiest?
by Ray Choiniere aka Cagsil4 years ago
Hey Hubber Community,Yes it is I, Cagsil, a.k.a. Raymond Choiniere and I've received a request which I am going to do it.Okay, first things first- I've been asked if I would do a 2012 Edition of my Women Writers In...
by TINA V6 years ago
I believe on the value of confidentiality of online writers. Hubpages do provide that leeway to all hubbers to decide the kind of profile pictures to post. However, no offense to anybody but I just felt...
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