I was reading a discussion on google Adsense and the Hubpages ad program and wondered what the term MFP stood for. Thanks in advance!
A multifunction peripheral is a device that performs a variety of functions that would otherwise be carried out by separate peripheral devices.
MFP stands for Multi Function Peripherals, Multifunction peripherals are devices that are designed to take the place of single function devices in connection with the operation of a network or stand alone desktop computer. By definition, a multifunction peripheral will perform at least two different tasks that in times past would require at least two different devices. Many homes as well offices today rely on the use of a multifunction peripheral to accomplish tasks quickly and easily
I read it as an image that is "Made For Pinterest" - see hubs by WryLilt who explains how to make these images that are more likely to get pins on Pinterest [a] made [b] followed [c] repinned. e.g. one of WryLilt's http://wrylilt.hubpages.com/hub/How-to- … -Pinterest
I could be entirely barking up the wrong tree though, you've put no context.
I have just started making MFP images, and all things to the hub that is linked above. I have seen results by following the directions and using MFP images. I just wish I had known about this sooner!
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