Why we use pinterest image and what is the benefit of using it ?
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Pinterest is a social networking sight that allows you to place photos on it that link back to your hubs. A made for pinterest photo is one that usually has teaser text on it and is an especially nice or alluring photo. Pinterest works well for some people, but I have had only minimal luck with it.
by Paul Edmondson5 years ago
We've been talking about leading photos in the forums and while it's not just about having a leading photo, it's about having a really great leading photo. We recommend this because we see these photos get shared...
by Susannah Birch5 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 Simone Haruko Smith4 years ago
Happy Friday, Hubbers!Next week we will be raising the quality threshold for newly-published Hubs (meaning newly-Featured Hubs will, on the whole, be of higher quality) and will also be giving Featured Hubs (for those...
by Dr Penny Pincher4 years ago
I finally tried including a Made for Pinterest (MFP) image in my latest Hub! WryLilt and others have provided great tips on how to do this to increase traffic. I decided to give it a try.I attempted to add...
by Susannah Birch6 years ago
http://www.workingwell.org.au/That page is ranked very well for a number of good keywords. It's a PR5.I know I know.... content is king.But pages like that just depress me, especially when they're ranked higher than...
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
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