Is anyone pinning stuff from your web site? Have you been noticed, pinned, pined after, appreciated, venerated and been given the free promotion you feel you deserve? Apparently you can find out fairly easily:
For those who are utilising Pinterest to push products from other people’s sites, and least of all your own (cause the contract implies you shouldn’t do that), you should check if others are promoting your products, your photography, your business, your sense of humor.
Simply insert the URL of your site where I have put question marks. Remember to include the ‘
http://www.‘ but not with wordpress blogs.
There you have it. Don’t worry if you find nothing. Whilst the term ‘
reciprocal linkage‘ is still quite foreign to many, you will find that many people will eventually.
Alternatively, particularly if you are male, utilise http://gentlemint.com/ to find stuff that takes your interest and makes it more …well … manly. Mainly.
- Pinterest – is it worth the effort? (b2b-techcopy.net)
- how might #Pinterest help you market your organisation (by @tweetsandSEO) (tangobiz.wordpress.com)
- Pinterest – Who’s Using It, How and Why (millerlittlejohnmedia.com)
- 10 Reasons Pinterest Booked 10 Million Visitors a Month So Fast – Forbes (huguesrey.wordpress.com)