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Do you use MFP (made for Pinterest) images on your hubs?
I've been making my top pictures in most of my hubs Pinterest friendly. I only use my own pictures or pictures from Morguefile. You can freely use and edit any picture from Morguefile as your own. The picture I have included is from Morguefile and I titled and edited it for one of my hubs. I think Pinterest friendly pictures have helped me and I don't have a Pinterest account of my own.
I've been using made-for-Pinterest images for a long time and it's worked wonders for my traffic. But I don't just add descriptive text in the image, I also add a copyright notice and the year, like this:
© 2013 PrintablePartyKits.com
I usually place the notice down at the bottom of the image in a size that's unobtrusive but large enough to read. I also screen it back a bit, so it doesn't jump out. I want people to know it's there, but I don't want it to interfere with the image.
This practice makes me feel better about the inevitable thieves who use scraper-bots to steal my images. At least my URL and copyright notice goes with them!
Great suggestions! You've got some nice made-for-Pinterest images. Can you only add a copyright notice if you have a website? Hope you have a wonderful day~
You can use your name instead of a URL. You can also add a hub URL, but you don't want to indicate that HubPages is the copyright holder. Some examples:
© 2013 Georgia Gal (or your real name)
HubPages.com/yourhub | image © 2013 Georgia Gal
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