So normally I just capitalise the first character of words when I add text to images on Pinterest. However it seems pins that shout seem to get lots of re-pins. So should I try the tabloidy approach even though it looks tacky?
Interesting..that's like Reddit too. Titles with caps exclamation points seem to bring more heat, and I to try to refrain from that. Whatever works I guess. I say..Shout Right Back At Them.
I say if it works use it. I don't think there's any way you could get penalized for it. Though I have heard Google doesn't like pages/articles with tricky caps and punctuation. I guess because it is essentially a trick like click bait.
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