How does everyone else view Pinterest?
I feel like I get a lot of traffic from pinterest, how does everyone else feel about it?
LisaMarieI think it is a great resource and I also get quite a lot of traffic from it.
I havent pinned my own hubs. But I love it as a resource. So many ideas, so easy to use. I am in LOVE!
If your blog or article is having photos and images finding favor with the Pinterest community then it gets circulated .
It's fun to use and I like to skim thru other people's pics and "pins" but so far, for me at least, it hasn't translated into a major traffic source for my Hubs.
I create graphics for my hubs that are Pinterest friendly and they do quite well. I think that's because I have a lot of followers there and I pin a LOT of stuff, my hubs probably make up less than 5% of my hubs across a wide range of topics.
Hubs are great to pin - so long as hubbers are mindful not to spam or only pin their own stuff. I've had a few hubs that have been pinned numerous times. Mostly ones that are geared towards household/lifestyle type topics.
I love Pinterest. Although I have not been active for a while and only pin my own hubs and pics, I still get lots of traffic from Pinterest. How cool is that? Pinterest rocks!!!
To be honest I haven't really checked if I get much traffic or not but I just love Pinterest for the fabulous photos, ideas and art.
I've never used Pinterest with Hubpages, I'm not actually sure how to do it...but thanks for the idea I'm going to look into it;)
But Pinterest by itself, amazing! I totally love it.
I like Pinterest as a website, but haven't had much luck getting traffic from there.
I've been on Pinterest for almost a year. At first I just pinned my hubs, then I started following more people and repinning their fun stuff. In the past 2 months I'm having more people repin my stuff and getting more traffic from it. I've had 88 hub views from Pinterest in the last 30 days, so not a lot, but it's picking up.
I think that, like most social media sites, you have to really participate, not just spam them with your own stuff.
Great resource so long as you also pin work from others and do not over use (abuse) it.
I signed up with Pinterest 2 weeks ago and absolutely love it. I wish I had known about it sooner. In the last 7 days I have had over 340 hits on my Hub article.
Congrats! I always have traffic from them daily but on really good days I'll get 200 hits from Pinterest by itself. I love it.
Awesome! Congrats back. I also had over 200 hits on a Friday night last week in just 2 hours. It was around midnight - don't know what happened. For some odd reason it went viral for about 2 hours. Oddly, Hubpages did not give me credit for alot.
I have a Pinterest account, but I don't use it very often. I just pinned a ton of my hubs there yesterday. But, I have to say that I do get many notifications that others have pinned my stuff to their own boards. In fact, my HubPages analysis shows quite a bit of my traffic comes from Pinterest.
I love it not just for the traffic but the amount of expression there. I use it for my hubs but I also like to post pics I take on my own time to get some feedback on.
I love Pinterest, so far I get a little traffic. But everyday it's getting better and better.
Lets be positive.
by Sherry Hewins 9 years ago
Does everyone love the new Pin It button? I do.I had never tried Pinterst before. It's so easy.
by Pete Maida 12 years ago
I look around the forum and it seems everyone has at least twice as many fans as the go hubs. I have 99 hubs and 98 fans. Maybe it was a mistake to use my real picture. Maybe I'm using the wrong mouthwash; I don't know. How does everyone get so many fans?
by Melanie Shebel 7 years ago
http://www.pinterest.com/source/hubpages.com/Looks like there are no hubs on Pinterest (I noticed no Pinterest traffic today and had to investigate.)Hubs are no longer pinnable.I wish hubbers wouldn't spam social networks. :\
by Jason Menayan 5 years 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 HubPages, already substantially larger than Twitter and Reddit. Maddie wrote a...
by John Coviello 7 years ago
I have been pinning my Hubs on Pinterest for a few months now, and about 70 of my Hubs are now pinned. I have also had several of my pins to Hubs shared by others on Pinterest. Despite all of this, I do not have one single click from Pinterest showing up in my HubPages traffic...
by Ttocs L 8 years ago
Hey everyone, sorry if I'm coming across as ignorant or whatever but why do so many people even write here? From everything I've read, for most people on this site, people are going for quantities of hubs and raising their cents per day to more cents per day. Especially with all the...
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