Yes. I create different boards depending on the topic of my hub.
I used to but I was getting very little traffic out of it so eventually I stopped. I never really "got" that site. I guess my topics weren't the kinds of stuff that "pinners" are into.
My articles are very pinnable topics, so yes, I do pin them, and so do many other people.
I have one hub that gets all it's traffic from Pinterest but then most of my others just get pinned once in awhile.
Yes it looks nice and an easy way to advertise your portfolio . As you said you generate 20% of your traffic from there no you have any tips on building followers?
Just started doing that two days ago. I also add some to tumbr.
by galleryofgrace5 years ago
Pinterest message says it cannot accept pins from thsiswebsite- what happened? I never had trouble before!
by Person of Interest5 years ago
Anyone care to make any observations about Pinterest as to how it relates to our writer-entrepreneur well-being? Useless? Potential? Rants? Whatever.update: xyz added because of dup flag caused by my Twitter inquiry....
by Liz Elias4 years ago
I believe I asked this question, or at least part of it, in another forum post, but that is not where the thread began, and it probably got lost. So, I'm starting a new thread.I resisted Pinterest for about a...
by mariexotoni3 years ago
To those of you who have decided to build up their Pinterest in order to increase their HubPages traffic, I have a few questions (I haven't really utilized other platforms to increase traffic- don't know if the time to...
by Eugene Brennan10 months ago
Just wanted to share this. Someone pinned or "flipped" one of my hubs on Flipboard, a magazine site. So I've had a ton of traffic all morning. I made my own magazine and the traffic magnified even more!...
by CMHypno5 years ago
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