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What can you tell me about Pinning?
When pinning your Hubs to Pinterest....
1. Is it best to follow individual boards or individual pinners?
2. Do you pin your hubs to multiple boards or just one?
3. How often do you repin? (Do you delete, then repin to the board?)
4. Can you pin to other pinners or other pinners' boards?
1. It depends on your preference and goals. I like boards mostly because I don't want to see everything every pinned is interested in on my main page.
2. Start with organization of a broad range of boards or pay the price later! Check out several others' boards to get an idea of how you want to organize yours.
3. Rarely do I delete and repin to a board.
4. I is possible in some cases.
RTalloni - Thanks for the insight! Do any of those things contribute more than another to your traffic?
I can't say so. Traffic rises and falls for many reasons. I have a board named Pinterest Interest that I use to pin tips for using, benefitting from, and enjoying Pinterest. It would be a good idea for me to read everything I've pinned there!
i create different board for different categories and websites that I write. I specially created hubpages board for all my hubs.
Because I write for several different websites, I have organized my pins by subject matter rather than website. This allows me to focus my content more specifically, as well as adding pins from others that support the content I want to emphasize on that particular board.
Hi denise.w.anderson - that's a great tip! Thanks!
You were asking about traffic. I find that the more I follow others and pin from their boards, the more traffic I get on mine.
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