Pinners you follow not updating
The second one that doesn’t say “source” and reads as pinterest.com/marthastewart is her actual Pinterest profile, so if you want to follow her specifically, use that link.
You might find that you’re particularly interest in specific boards, rather than users in general.
I assumed I’d followed boards without remembering and simply unfollowed them as I noticed content showing up in my feed.
Then I started to notice other types of content showing up.
Once again, these boards were close enough to my interests that I could write it off, but not so close I remember following them.
I ran a few searches to see if I could find anyone mentioning a new “auto-follow” feature on Pinterest, but nothing turned up.
But the big question is: are you blindly re-pinning? but annoying (and potentially harmful) on the inside. Here are five types of pins you shouldn’t re-pin: There are few Pinteresty things more maddening than finding a great recipe, how-to or what not, then clicking on it and having it go to someone’s home page. If it’s an omg-gotta-have-that-pin type of pin then I might bother to search for the post on their site.
This link shows images that any Pinterest users have shared from Martha Stewart’s website.
Visual content isn’t the future of content marketing… And Pinterest is currently one of the top social media channels for visual content.
Shareaholic published a study that showed Pinterest as the #2 social media traffic referrer behind only Facebook driving more than 5x as much traffic as many referrers as Twitter.
The nice thing about Pinterest is that it’s very open and you don’t have to worry about following a bunch of people to start with, just to start enjoying the site.
There is a lot of interaction between people, even if they’re not following each other.
Search for pinners you follow not updating:
This probably doesn’t come as a shocker but about 80% of pins on Pinterest are re-pins.