I notice that on sites such as Etsy, makers always use a really beautiful photo.
I know this is to encourage a sale, but there are other benefits, such as being easy to pin on Pinterest.
It's not such a priority here on hubpages. But let's all remember that
A) we can use the referral system and get paid to share people's work
B) if you want your work to be shared - make it easy! Put up a great illustration or photo.
Good advice-I wasn't aware of the referral optionor maybe I do and not remembering what exactly it is. i visit tutorials often and sometimes all the info gets jumbled up in my head.
by Mary Hyatt17 months ago
I see Hubs where beautiful photos are used and are from Pinterest. The photos are usually credited as being from Pins. Are we allowed to use those photos??
by Susannah Birch2 years ago
As you probably know, I love Pinterest. Well, I love the traffic I get from Pinterest, which usually makes up at least 50% of my daily traffic. I use "MFP images" to bring in traffic and get repins. Some...
by Arachnea24 months ago
Wanted to share this site. A free photo site: https://unsplash.com.
by Barbara Kay Badder24 months ago
My suggestion is to use referral links to the pages of other writers and share this with friends on social media that would like them or share with Yahoo groups that like the subject. This will help Hubpages, the other...
by Susannah Birch4 years ago
I'm aware that many people who have take their own photos and added them to hubs have been unhappy about the "No watermarks" rule on Hubpages.There is a simple way around this - that should both protect your...
by John Coviello3 years ago
Does anyone know if referral trackers at HubPages work with Pinterest? I posted a number of pictures on Pinterest with links with referral trackers to Hubs, but haven't seen anything from it. Any tips on...
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