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.
by 05Jamie8 years ago
Has anyone had abuse or complaints because some people are scared from capital letters for example "Clearly You think we are DEAF hmmNot Only is it Bad Manners to Yell (in CAPS) at us in a forum;but it is also...
by Amanda Littlejohn19 months ago
Why do RELIGIOUS people ALWAYS SPEAK in CAPITALS? Don't they know that on the net, that's SHOUTING?
by Eugene Brennan14 months ago
Just wanted to share this. Someone pinned or "flipped" one of my hubs on Flipboard, a magazine site. So I've had a ton of traffic all morning. I made my own magazine and the traffic magnified even more!...
by Katelyn Weel7 years ago
Why do religious fanatics always type out their tantrums in caps lock?
by Phyllis Doyle Burns3 years ago
I chose to not have my stuff pinned on Pinterest, so I do not know the answer to my question. I am just curious. Do you feel that Pinterest, with recipes, images, and other pins, diverts traffic from your hubs?...
by Sondra Rochelle3 years ago
After reading the forums about using wide capsules and carefully captioning each one, I went back yesterday to the first four or five hubs I published and upgraded them. I widened the first photo, where possible,...
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