Five Points About Pinterest


Eric Martin, former Interactive Media Specialist for Vision Maker Media, worked at Vision Maker Media from 1996-2015 and is currently the Content Media Strategist for Nebraska Educational Telecommunications.

Five Points About Pinterest

Date Posted: 
2012-07-10 00:00

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If you are new to Pinterest, and who isn't, here's a few things we've learned since launching

  1. Create boards that are personal and relevant to your audiences
  2. Make sure your boards look full by having at least four pins per board
  3. Change out your cover photos when you have new photos, otherwise people might not realize tha they've been updated
  4. Pintrest is not just for photos, you can also pin videos from YouTube or Vimeo
  5. You can add a link to a pin that you've uploaded, after you've uploaded it by going into edit mode and then typing in thte URL in the "Link" field


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