My ever-vigilant self has discovered 7 great articles plus an infographic — all Pinterest-related — that I think you’ll enjoy.
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Pinterest’s “secret” boards appear at the bottom of your Pinterest page and are only viewable to you or to people you invite to pin to them. This tutorial from Josh Davis explains how to set up a secret board.
Pinterest’s method of account verification is somewhat convoluted, but if you’re proficient at working with your website’s FTP, you might give Jeff Bullas’s instructions a try.
Tehmina Zaman explains how she uses Pinography, a free, easy-to-use scheduling tool. There do appear to be a few glitches with Pinography, based on the comments Tehmina received on the post, so I recommend skimming through the comments before using Pinography.
Pinterest is not only a great place to showcase photos; it’s also a fantastic way to promote your videos. Follow these 10 easy steps to embed your YouTube videos to your pinboards.
If you’re a Pinterest newbie, you’ll want to read this quick overview of how Pinterest works, and how to use the network appropriately.
Why should you consider running a contest on Pinterest? What are some types of contests you can try, and who’s successful at using contests? This article by Prafull Sharma will stimulate your creative juices.
Inspiring boards, selected by Jeff Bullas, that reveal the passions of some of the most popular pinners. Good idea-generator.