One way to make money from Pinterest is to pin photos that link back to your product. For instance, Etsy sellers can pin photos of their creations on Pinterest and people who are attracted to the image may click through to the Etsy shop and possibly buy the product.
Similarly, Hubbers can pin their best, most attractive hubs on Pinterest and possibly get more views, thus earning more money.
When pinning, it is important not to come across as a spammer, promoting only your own work. However, pinning others' images may likely be a copyright violation, so always make sure you have permission from the owner to pin things that you did not create yourself.
by Jason Menayan21 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 Sherry Hewins6 years ago
Does everyone love the new Pin It button? I do.I had never tried Pinterst before. It's so easy.
by Audrey Selig5 years ago
I mean the title of our article and an image from the article. I just joined, and don't have a clear understanding of the process. How does this work?
by Sherri5 years ago
I was late coming to Pinterest...yeah, another account to manage, for what purpose, blah-blah. But eventually, about 8 weeks ago, I dove in. Sort of like learning to dive into water in a pool when I was a kid...would I...
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