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Re: Pinterest
« Reply #15 on: April 01, 2016, 11:02:29 AM »
I was wondering if there is someone here who can teach me how to make my Pinterest posts clickable. I see some links in there that when you hover your mouse around them you will see a clickable link that will redirec t you to their blog. When I create a blog entry and pin it that clickable link does not appear.

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Re: Pinterest
« Reply #16 on: April 02, 2016, 08:49:52 AM »
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I was wondering if there is someone here who can teach me how to make my Pinterest posts clickable. I see some links in there that when you hover your mouse around them you will see a clickable link that will redirec t you to their blog. When I create a blog entry and pin it that clickable link does not appear.

There are a few ways you can pin a particular post/item to Pinterest and it will be clickable. First, search for an add-on for your browser (IE, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Opera), each of these browser has their own add-on or sometimes called extension.

Second, you can install a code to your own template and it will appear on each post. Finally, if you add a picture to your post, you can usually hover over the picture, and the Pinterest is already there for you to pin without worry.

I believe the easiest way is download the add-on/extension for your browser.

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Re: Pinterest
« Reply #17 on: May 17, 2016, 06:23:29 PM »
Yes, I use Pinterest to advertise.  It's great because people can see what you're working on and what products you have.  I don't think it works with affiliate marketing goods like how to make money but if you are making goods, arts, fashion, or weight loss focus it can work really well.   

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Re: Pinterest
« Reply #18 on: July 29, 2016, 05:36:28 PM »
I am fresh out of posting on Pinterest, pinning away -fashion, food and the like. I love the images there and I really hope at some point I can start to get some traffic. It's just such a long process. Maybe I'll just have to resort to buying some but it's really a site that's growing. I read recently that you can get conversions well after three months of posting unlike somewhere like Facebook where the posts have a much, much shorter life span.


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Re: Pinterest
« Reply #19 on: July 29, 2016, 06:26:31 PM »
Pinterest is a great way to get followers to your website or blog.  The secret is to create images that go with whatever you're business is about without looking like an ad.  If you are showing an item to sell, you can add a link at the bottom or in the description.  The benefit of using Pinterest, is that it's a huge site that will help you show up on Google because of back linking.

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Re: Pinterest
« Reply #20 on: August 04, 2016, 07:47:18 PM »
I am on Pinterest, however, I have not used Pinterest since a long time. Couple of years when I was using pinterest a lot, my Pinterest activities had a great conversion rate. It is said most of the Pinterest users women. Thus, if you share posts that are helpful to the women, you can get a lot of traffic from Pinterest.

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Re: Pinterest
« Reply #21 on: August 25, 2016, 12:23:00 AM »
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I was wondering if there is someone here who can teach me how to make my Pinterest posts clickable. I see some links in there that when you hover your mouse around them you will see a clickable link that will redirec t you to their blog. When I create a blog entry and pin it that clickable link does not appear.

There are a few ways you can pin a particular post/item to Pinterest and it will be clickable. First, search for an add-on for your browser (IE, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Opera), each of these browser has their own add-on or sometimes called extension.

Thank you for taking time to reply and provide me with a useful tip. I do get the idea about the add on or browser extension. I know it is not easy for me to quickly grasp how that would work but I will find time to learn it. I really do appreciate your help

Second, you can install a code to your own template and it will appear on each post. Finally, if you add a picture to your post, you can usually hover over the picture, and the Pinterest is already there for you to pin without worry.

I believe the easiest way is download the add-on/extension for your browser.

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