Good Morning Everyone!
When sharing to Pinterest do you only share the entire article or do you share individual pictures that link back to the article as well?
You are sharing a picture which serves an icon for the whole article. The person on Pinterest who sees the pin can then click on it to read the article. That is why it is important for the picture to properly represent what is in the article. Then the person can repin that pin if they like either the article or the picture.
Yes. One picture to represent the article. I don't repost the article with different images, although I will post an article on a second board if it fits the theme of that board.
Posting the entire article would be pointless - no one would go back and read the original article!
You simply pin an image, which becomes a live link back to your article - so anyone who clicks your image will read your content. In the image description, I usually put the article title.
by Sharooq Farzeen A K3 years ago
The social network share button in hubs is too small for people to notice.I feel that if it is made larger more people can like/share our hubs,given they like it.
by Audrey Selig4 years ago
I mean the title of our article and an image from the article. I just joined, and don't have a clear understanding of the process. How does this work?
by Shinkicker4 years ago
Hi FolksI tried to post a picture from one of my Hubs.It was one taken by myself and attached to my Hub but Pinterest blocked it and said it was Spam.Has anyone else experienced this problem?CheersStevie
by Tim Mitchell2 years ago
Having been on HP now for more than four years while kinda' inactive for the last two I am looking more closely. I have cleaned up my portfolio from over 100 hubs with low views to now about 10. I had a lean of writing...
by Rajiv Pandey4 years ago
Hello everyone! Is there any way to share article once the article is published?
by Srikanth R3 days ago
Please share your experience.
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