Why Is Pinterest So Addictive? [Infographic]

Two quick tips, plus an infographic about Pinterest for bloggers.

Tip No. 1

To see who has pinned your blog on Pinterest, type in http://pinterest.com/source/blog-name.com/

So for DIYB, I would enter the following in my Browser’s address bar: http://pinterest.com/source/diyblogger.net/

Tip No. 2

The second tip is to monetize your Pinterest board(s) right now.

You can edit the link for each pin and use whatever link you like, including a link with your affiliate ID.

For example. I have a board called Top 20 Books of 2011. All 20 pins link to Amazon with my affiliate ID.

What’s really cool about this is that as soon as I posted this stuff others started repinning my affiliate pins. I made $18.00 the first day.

If you would like to learn more about how to leverage Pinterest for your blog, join me here.

And if you’re still trying to get an invite, leave a comment with your email address below and I’ll send you one.

And now, without further ado, Why Is Pinterest So Addictive?

Why Is Pinterest So Addictive?
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Dino Dogan

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  • http://www.harveybakerplumbing.com/ Orlando Plumber

    Tip #2 was worth the read!  I’m going to take care of that now!