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Free Pinterest Images

Posted on 16 March 2012 by Linda Joseph

What is Pinterest – Free Pinterest Images

I just came across this free offer and wanted to share it with you!

Internet Tutor- free Pinterest graphic

This is free-http://myinternettutor.com/pinit

(Yes, it is free.)

I use PLR for a some of my content as well as for my clients.  Nicole Dean is one of my sources for great PLR content.  Today she is giving away 5 images (WITH PSD FILEs) for FREE.

Just go to Internet Tutor Pin It – now you will have to give you email address AND she will give you the opportunity to get a bunch more for $5.  BUT you don’t have to.

Take a look at these free Pinterest type images:

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This was free at http://myinternettutor.com/pinit

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Got this free! http://myinternettutor.com/pinit

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Pinterest: How to Block Pinning from your Website

Posted on 01 March 2012 by Linda Joseph

How do I keep people from pinning images on my website?

I’m not sure “WHY” you would want to do this, but if there is a need, there is a way…

No pinning allowed

Pinterest may be an Internet hit — especially with U.S. women and Facebook CEOs. But not all companies want to ride the pinboard wave of referral traffic.

Now Pinterest has released code for companies that want to block the pinning of content from their sites to personal pinboards.

Pinterest recently released the code in their help section, which companies can copy and paste into their websites, prompting a message with each pin attempt that states: “This site doesn’t allow pinning to Pinterest. Please contact the owner with any questions. Thanks for visiting!”

Watch the video.

Here is the page where you can get help from Pinterest.

Here is the code to use on your website to prevent pinning:

<meta name="pinterest" content="nopin" />

Helping you define your roadmap for success

LindaPin It

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Mark Zuckerberg Joined Pinterest

Posted on 27 February 2012 by Linda Joseph

Pinterest and Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg has a Pinterest account!

So what…????  He also has a Twitter account and Google + account.

In looking at both of these accounts, it doesn’t appear that he has done much with them.

Come on,,, he has 19 tweets!  I don’t like or use Twitter but have substantial more tweets!

Let’s look at his Pinterest profile.

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So, we don’t care that Mark Zuckerberg has a Pinterest account. BUT we do care that Pinerest users spend a lot of time on Pinterest…  Look at the graphic below..

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Social Network Usage

So Pinterest has moved into contention position to some of the other social media sites. (Facebook and Tumblr don’t need to worry,,,,yet.)

Helping you to define your roadmap for success,

Linda

 

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How to Use Pinterest – a Hack

Posted on 23 February 2012 by Linda Joseph

How to Use Pinterest…

There are many things you can do with Pinterest.  We have already talked about a few but this post is for fun… At least for now.

There is a Pinterest hack that mashable explains:

Do you remember those awesome Facebook and Google+ profile hacks?

Well, Nick McGlynn, a creative Pinterest user, has done something similar on the new social service, “hacking” a Pinterest board to display one image sliced into nine sections.

Inspired by McGlynn, we have put together a super-simple, Photoshop-free how-to that demonstrates how you can “hack” your Pinterest boards. Have a read through our easy-peasy walkthrough. Link us in the comments to your Pinterest hacks and we’ll feature the best submissions in a forthcoming Mashable gallery.

I followed the steps on Mashable and made my own graphic:

Pinterest image hack

Pinterest Image Hack

 

Here is a high level view of the steps. (To see step by step, go to the mashable article.)

  1. Get a square image
  2. Slice image into 9 images (3 x 3)
  3. Upload all 9 images to your new board

Have fun and let me know what you do with this.  I would love to see some of your created images.

Helping you define your roadmap to success,

Linda

 

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