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This is something that has been on my mind for a while. It was almost 2 years ago now that I posted Am I the Only One Not Addicted to Pinterest? At the time Pinterest was shiny and new. It was mostly full of recipes, and there were all these rules and talk about those that were not using it *correctly*. Back then people seemed to have an issue with those that shared their own blog posts. I had given it a try, but just like Twitter it took a little while for me to warm up to it. I am still not addicted, not by any means. However, I definitely see the value in Pinterest. I have created boards and I happily pin.

People use Pinterest for different reasons. Most use it as a place to compile and save content that they are interested in. This is many, many different things. It is a great way to find ideas for fashion, recipes, crafts, wedding ideas, and DIY projects. However, it has also become a very valuable way to share your blog content. Pinterest is a top referrer for many blog owners. So, when we view Pinterest as a content creator, we see it a bit differently.

I am certainly no Pinterest expert, but I have used it enough to see what works and what types of posts people notice and repin. The right Pinterest content can bring views to your blog. How do you get your content noticed on Pinterest? There are several things to remember.

The number one thing to remember is that…


Got that? Now… read on. 🙂

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