I have noticed that Pinterest Boards are appearing high up in Google search results. This seems bizarre given the low word count. What's going on? Should we be creating boards with carefully researched titles to get on board? Traffic from Pinterst is good so I don't want to risk any backlash. Anyone have any experience with this?
Yep, Pinterest posts with one crap pic and around 10 words of text outranks the actual hub that has 5 pics and a 1000 words of text. I just love the internet...
I think I have MarkEwbie disease - looks like I've been blocked even though it looks like I am posting!
I am on board. We could create a number of different boards on specific topics, then post a limited number of images from various hubbers - no more than one per user subdomain so as not to trigger any google penalties. We should brain storm on the name of the boards, which should be search engine friendly and match likely search terms. Also, to increase page rank, each hubber would follow (is that the right term) the other hubbers' boards so as to increase cross linking.
It's also very important to have links to other sites - I'd say a minimum of ten other sites for every hubpages article. I'm creating a new 'Pinterest' account and experimenting to see if I can get some decent traffic by re-pinning, sharing other sites and then sneaking in the odd Hubpage!
by Sarah Spradlin 8 months ago
Once I write, I always post it to one of my Pinterest boards because I know that personally when I search for articles, I check Pinterest before Google. Would you say that you do get readers from there or no?
by Susan Britton 4 years ago
You just never know what will happen when you write on the internet. I wanted to share my recognition from pinterest for the board ...Decorate your home with found objects.Good news!Your board is now being featured on Pinterest.Hi there,One of your boards has been picked to be one of the...
by Faith Reaper 4 years ago
I have been attempting to pin hubs to Pinterest this evening and it kept saying whoops and something about the account. So I went to Pinterest and just looking at it from a glance, all looked okay until I clicked on one of my boards, and apparently someone by the name of "pinner"...
by Eric Farmer 9 months ago
I have been reading older forum posts and doing some research on my own for this question. I know some Hubers have great success with Pinterest so I would love to hear what you are doing that works. Thank you.
by Thelma Raker Coffone 4 years ago
Forgive me if this has already been discussed but I have been away for a while. I just searched for one of my hubs using Google chrome and it came up with a yellow warning button next to it saying "this site has a bad reputation". I searched for many of my other hubs and got...
by Liz Elias 5 years ago
Hi-- I tried adding this to bump my prior thread, but it got buried, so I'm posting a new thread. (Sorry)1) On the page that shows the people who are following you, what does it mean, when some of them have a check mark in a gray circle at the upper right of their image? ...
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