How to use pinterest to my advantage with regard to hubpages?
I recently opened up an account in pinterest but am still confused as to how to make it of any use to my hubpages account.
If you have a hub with images, you can "pin" it on pinterest and the photo will be a backlink to your hub.
Pinterest says you must own the rights to the photo you pin, so think about which image you choose!
Pinterest will bring you real-life readers, just bear in mind the pins are "no follow", which means the search engines ignore them. That means they're not valuable as backlinks.
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