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said 8 months, 3 weeks ago:
@rich-brooks – Hi Rich.
Use hashtags like this: Today is #laborday in the USA (in a sentence describing your pin-image.) Then tweet pins with your hashtags. Likewise you can mention people in comments and descriptions using the @ sign.
Many people make wish-lists on pinterest so include a price in an image of your product/service and your domain like, you know: yourname.com. Since you can add anything to a description or mention anything (pretty much) in a comment you can drive traffic if your business depends on high-volume traffic for sales.
The links being “no-follow” will not matter if people are using the image to get to your website – this is where the HV traffic comes into play.
If someone purchases your product/service they may be more likely to pin your image if it is lovely along with informational. Make pretty ads and pin them!
Keep your genres in order so people can find what they want too.
Something I see a lot are infograms on twitter. If you have a few of those for different services – that might be a good viral pin.
That’s all I have; for now. Heh