Tips on Using Pinterest Visit the popular category to find interesting content. Tag your friends and interesting pinners with @friendname. Allow Google to index you. Search the pins generated by a website: http://pinterest.com/source/infographicaday.com. Use hashtags (#) to indicate topic (although the hashtags are no longer live links).
I’ve always encouraged authors to spend as little time as possible on social networks — and more time on creating relationships with major websites and blogs devoted to your topic and audience. To help you minimize your social media time, this infographic showcases how you can be more effective on six major social networks: LinkedIn, […]
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