For those who have seen a nice steady growth in traffic from Pinterest Pins and Boards there are two dark clouds on the horizon.
1. Someone may buy it and ruin it
2. The spammers will junk it. Pinterest boards have already been appearing hign up in the SERPS with very distinct 'niche keyword' titles. How long before Google acts against this? How does Pinterest stop the spammers without destroying the experience of the general users. Will copyright violations kill it?
see: http://greekgeek.hubpages.com/hub/Is-Pi … Violations
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/HubP … -Pinterest
by Shinkicker 6 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 Lena Kovadlo 4 years ago
I started a Tumblr account in hopes that it would help bring more traffic to my hubs... I write a short paragraph about a hub and then link to it... Hubs I share are on different topics of course. Since I do a lot of recipe/cooking related hubs I was wondering if it is a good to have a separate...
by Nell Rose 2 years ago
A few of us have noticed that when we try to add our or other peoples hubs/new sites onto Pinterest we get the message 'This has been blocked because it could be spam'. Not sure who's fault it is, but it seems to be on a lot of our hubs etc. Thanks
by Brett Caulton 6 years ago
Has Pinterest blocked Hubpages!?It seems that Hubpages has been blocked. My account is live, but it seems that Hubpages pins are not allowed at the moment. Is anyone else experiencing this? I can pin from other sites with no problem.
by Kenna McHugh 8 months ago
I have an old Tumblr account. I am wondering if I should use it as a source of traffic for my HP traffic. Does anyone use Tumblr?
by Cameron Conner 6 years ago
As an online writer I understand the importance of bookmarking. Most of us have them neatly placed in a folder or on our tabs but many readers don't. Although Pinterest is a good bookmarking site it is by far not the only bookmarking site. Simply giving readers the option of Facebook, Twitter, and...
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