Not familiar with Pinterest? Pinterest is a virtual pinboard where you post images you want to collect or remember. Very similar to the corkboard style you might have on your wall at home currently hosting pictures, greeting cards, and magazine pages.
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In other words, it is an amazing electronic visual display of goodies just waiting to be tapped into and savored.
Naturally, I dove right in and began devouring every craft, art, recipe, and oogly-googly great picture of creative ideas that inspired my DIY soul. I even found plenty of visuals that made my nerdy side pin with delight.
|My Pinterest ~ http://pinterest.com/ruralmom|
Pinterest for Dummies is a step-by-step guide that takes you from getting started with Pinterest all the way to promoting and connecting with power pinners. I immediately gravitated to the “Using Community Features” and “Finding Ways to Use Pinterest” chapters with are chock full of answers and ideas.
Things that I had over-looked, like embedding pins into a blog post (see chicks below!) are now second nature, thanks to the simple instructions and advice I found in Pinterest for Dummies. I also gained so much insight from the highlighted power pinner section and the studies on companies who are using Pinterest effectively.
Whether you are newbie to the Pinterest world or an early adopter, like myself, there’s a plethora of information to glean from the pages of Pinterest for Dummies.
Want to get started or learn more about Pinterest? Pinterest for Dummies is available via Amazon and your local book retailer. For more information or to purchase, visit the Wiley Pinterest for Dummies wepage
Disclosure: I was provided with a copy of Pinterest For Dummies for review purposes. All thoughts and opinions are my own.