Tips for Pinterest
Posted by Liz Taylor Apr 05, 2012
People are running to Pinterest for many ideas on decor, recipes, party ideas and more. Many of my friends have reported "Pinsomnia" thanks to the many hours spent searching countless pictures and information available. Remember these tips when using Pinterest:
1.) Respect Others. If you don't like someone’s taste, be considerate and keep your opinion to yourself.
2.) Give Credit Accordingly. Link the pin back to the original source and don’t embed images from Pinterest unless you can credit the original source.
3.) Politely Mark your Brand. If you are concerned with people using your original pictures, feel free to put your company name, blog or website on the photo prior to uploading on the site.
Remember that the nature of Pinterest is all about generosity. The ability to get other people’s images and ideas into such a huge forum is a wonderful gift. Happy pinning!
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