You can save time and test whether your content will be shared on Pinterest by creating specific graphics for your blog posts. This simple method allows you to know if your blog and images resonate with users.
The most basic form is a title and a graphic. In this post, I´ll walk you through my three-step process for creating images that are Pinterest-bait. Also, I´ll be doing a follow-up post highlighting bloggers using Pinterest successfully, so let me know if you have any suggestions for that in the comments.

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Written by GaryShouldis
730 days ago

Pinterest can be a great traffic driver if you incorporate quality and engaging visuals into your website and blog posts. Thanks for the comments!



Written by SMARTSMMBiz
730 days ago

I have to admit that I am busy with other networks and haven't really given a lot of thought to Pinterest but I think things are going to change in that regard in 2013. Thanks for this resource



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