5 Etiquette Tips For Pinterest

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    • Publish Date: May 28 2016 6:00PM
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    • Updated Date: Sep 10 2016 4:00PM
5 Etiquette Tips For Pinterest

Whether you're there for fun or for your company, it's a good idea to the following things in mind while pinning.

 

 

 

  • Never abuse: Pinterest is about sharing inspiration and creativity, so keep comments positive. If you don't like something, simply refrain from repinning or liking it, or stop following the board or pinner who shared it. Instead, stick with what you do like about a pin, "Love the use of color!"
  • Give due credit: Give credit where creditop is due, be it an author, company, designer, photographer or anyone else involved an image's creation. If a site has a "pin it" button it's a clear sign they welcome you to use their images; even so, add crediting information, especially any that the site pre-feeds into the pin description. If a site has blocked visitors from pinning its images, respect that decision and refrain, even if you see a way to obtain the image another way.
  • Verify original link: When pinning, take the time to click through to verify the original link. Regrettably, some pinners will misdirect users for their own purposes. If a pin links to an unrelated site, skip the pin and scroll on.
  • Add description: Add a comment or description to your pin so that others will be able to search for it (take a moment to proofread, too!) Pinterest is about sharing not just what inspires you, but why you're inspired by it. Though tempting to share full instructions for a recipe or DIY project you're excited about in your comment, write a short description instead, and let others who are interested find out the details through the link. Never copy and paste entire posts or articles from someone's blog or site to share as your description.
  • Don't chase search engines: Don't pin from search engine results; pins from general image searches don't allow other pinners to find out the link or page from which the image came. If you find an image through a Google Image search for example, click through to the link and pin from there, including any source information you find. Pins from other image sharing sites like Tumblr can be tricky to source what with so many people reblogging from each other. Keep clicking back through the posts to find the original post.

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Himanshi Dhawan Saffron Public School

Pinterest too requires etiquette. Now, I''m completely agreeing with the saying, "Always expect the unexpected".

S.P.Hiranya Preetha NSN Memorial School

to do anything we require etiquette and this implies for pinterest to

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