Is there any way of "repinning" them so that they appear in the feed again, without reposting?
I don't think so, but it only takes a few minutes to remove the old photo and click a new one in.
Great question. Pinterest used to be my main source of referrals, now it got bumped down byGoogle, but Pinterest is still up there.
I have tried three things to revamp old pins, but I am open to suggestions.
To keep pins fresher I have:
1. Added a new photo as first picture in the article and pinned that with an edited caption.
2. Created a second Pinterest folder on that topic and repinned the same image to the new folder (months later).
3. Hovering the mouse over any other photo in the article, the Pinterest symbol shows up and you can pin a different image for the same article.
Basically, you remove the former pin and replace it with the current one?
But doesn't that make a pin unavailable to anyone who re-pinned it? Or are re-pins copies, so it doesn't matter?
It just a bit of an effort to have to re-upload a photo, copy and caption and save it to a board so that it appears in the feed again. The ability to re-tweet our own tweets on Twitter is so convenient.
I generally make an image and upload that to Pinterest and then add a URL and caption and a sprinkling of relevant hashtags. The other option is "save from site", by adding a URL and letting Pinterest pickup a series of images from which one can be chosen.
Is there an advantage of one method over the other?
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