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Pinterest Tip #20 – Pinterest Board Covers

Create impressive and attractive board cover photos. You don’t necessarily need to create pins just for your board covers unless you really want to. You can take your best-designed and most popular pin and use that for your board cover, as well. Using a similar color or theme for each board cover ... READ the POST

Pinterest Tip #19 – Multi-Dimensional Pins

Multi-dimensional pins One of your goals with using Pinterest is going to be a bit of a design and theme challenge. Try using pins that blend well but also multiple colors and textures that compliment your brand well. Try not to stick to just one color. Rather than pinning all your pins using all ... READ the POST

Pinterest Tip #18 – Pin Size & Screen

Test for pin size and screen size.The standard pin size is 763x1104 (or thereabouts), but you’ll want to make sure your pins look good on mobile devices, tablets, as well as your website. Want to learn more about Pinterest? Some "experts" will say that growing your blog takes a substantial ... READ the POST

Pinterest Tip #17 – an Attractive Look

Get more followers by being attractive. Having an attractive and cohesive look to your Pinterest profile will help you gain followers quickly and serve you well long-term. Your pins should be tall, pretty (whatever that means to you), easy to read, and as much as possible, provide value to your ... READ the POST

Pinterest Tip #16 – Your Brand Board

The most important board - your board.The first board people see on your profile should be a board reserved exclusively for your own content. This board should also be added to your showcase (the rotating feature setting where you can feature five of your boards). You’ll want to post your own ... READ the POST

Pinterest Tip #15 – Seasonal Content

Make use of seasonal content if it’s applicable. If your blog or website discusses seasonal content like Easter, 4th of July, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas, then you’ll want to start pinning your material two months in advance to the actual holiday date. You’ll see an increase in your ... READ the POST

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