How can I use Pinterest to drive traffic to my hubs and external websites?
I wrote a hub about Pinterest that will give you some tips for this topic:
http://randomcreative.hubpages.com/hub/ … ime-Waster
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http://linda-bliss.hubpages.com/questio … bs-or-blog
My other best advice on this topic is to write high quality hubs with lots of useful information and top notch photos. People will not re-pin articles with only a couple low quality photos and a limited amount of information.
I really think the most common reason people repin is because they love the photo they see. You need at least one really attention grabbing photo.
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