Does everyone love the new Pin It button? I do.
I had never tried Pinterst before. It's so easy.
Even though I haven't used it much yet, I am glad to see that HubPages is updating it's site, to make it an even better experience for it's users!
I just saw the website pinterest.
it is indeed wonderful... I am joining and will start pinning...
I am already in awe with the site...
I love it and have just used it today for the first time. Makes the pinning easier here on the site. I also have a Pin It in my bookmark bar at the top of my page as well for anywhere browsing and pinning.
I think it's great! Pinterest is a great site for sharing and it's nice to see HP recognizing that and taking advantage of it.
I wrote a hub on it and joined their network at Pinterest as soon as hubpages updated the network here. I love Pinterest, and it is truly easy to use, but you must be invited to become a member, its invites only at the moment. You can request for an invite though on their homepage.
Give that puppy a try, it works wonders when it comes to people communicating with images their, oh and make sure your hubs have great images if you pin any of your own, it will help in the attraction game there.
If anybody's looking for me on Pinterest, I'm using my own name, just like here on HubPages. I hope to see y'all there.
As CloudExplorer said, when you're pinning your hubs, it uses the pictures in your hub as the image on the board, if you have more than 1 you can click through and pick which one you want, if your hub doesn't have any, it will use your profile image.
I was happy that I applied and got my invite just before HubPages put up their new Pin It button. I love the boards for each of your topics and seeing all my images lined up there, so neat and orderly.
Yet to try it though. I learnt it is kind of female related. Will check it out
Thank you Sherry Hewins for asking this question. I didn't even know what it was until I read the answers here. I am going to check it out now.
NOT my intention to be a smartass, but a number of hubbers are concerned at the Pinterest TOS, which (seem to clearly) say that any photo, from any source, becomes part of the public domain once it's been posted on Pinterest.
That's obviously a worry for people on HP who want to retain the copyright for their own visual work. Once it's loaded on Pinterest, no matter who by, no matter how well-intentioned, their own work is no longer theirs.
There's a good discussion going on in this Hub, if you want to take a look at the flipside...
http://florabreenrobison.hubpages.com/h … nt-7561736
I haven't use it before and I don't have an idea of how it works.
by Lisa Stover4 years ago
How does everyone else view Pinterest?I feel like I get a lot of traffic from pinterest, how does everyone else feel about it?
by Jason Menayan22 months ago
We added the Pinterest "Pin It" button to the small collection of popular social-sharing buttons at the top of Hubs on Thursday. Pinterest has rapidly become one of the largest social media traffic drivers to...
by Jason Menayan5 years ago
We noted that several users had concerns about having their Hubs pinned on the social network Pinterest.You can now disallow pinning by checking off the checkbox on this page:My Account > Profile > Social...
by mariexotoni3 years ago
To those of you who have decided to build up their Pinterest in order to increase their HubPages traffic, I have a few questions (I haven't really utilized other platforms to increase traffic- don't know if the time to...
by liljen237 years ago
I was thinking maybe it would be a great idea to implement Clickbank in the affiliate programs of Hubpages because they have so much to offer and new widgets and ad banners to possibly place in the hubs.. Give me your...
by Juliette Kando FI Chor4 years ago
I have 62 hubs and was getting about 500 views a day during good times, before Panda until they went down to 200.Then I started using the "Pin It" button in my Chrome bookmarks bar which allows you to pin...
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