Thursday , 27 November 2014
Post your Links!!! With the success of our Monday Connection on our fan page, we have decided to expand the connection series over to Pinterest!

The Pinterest Creative Connection – 5/23/2012

pinterest creative connection

With the success of our Monday Connection on our fan page, we have decided to expand the connection series over to Pinterest!

Here are the rules of engagement:

1.   Head over to Pinterest where the original pin is pinned ::: HERE

2.  Leave your links : shop, website, blog, facebook, twitter, and Pinterest!

3.  Like the pin and repin it

Remember Pinterest is social network, and the more we like, repin ,comment, share on Facebook , and Tweet the more it will spread and the more exposure everyone will get.

 

If you are looking to profit more with Pinterest we have a great opportunity coming up!  Andreea Ayers is offering a FREE webinar this week called Profiting with Pinterest.

Sign up for free HERE

 

 

 

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4 comments

  1. I have a love/hate relationship with Pinterest! (Hate because of the time you can spend/waste there!) It is a fun place and a groovy way to interact with people, but I hope they figure out the terms and conditions to help protect people’s work.

  2. I was one that jumped on Pinterest in the beginning and I love it. It is my personal scrapbook of ideas and a way to keep track of the fun things I find in my internet travels.
    Thanks!
    Sharon Orella

    http://pinterest.com/soartstudio/
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/SharonOrella

  3. Just stared with pinterest about a month ago and it is so filled with such amazing art and everything else that it is hard to stay away from.
    Thanks, Patty and Michael Hutton

    http://pinterest.com/Twigs2Whirligigs
    http://CTheWritingOnTheWall.etsy.com
    http://Twigs2Whirligigs.etsy.com
    http://twitter.com/#!/CTheWritingWall

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