I have a nifty little Pinterest trick to share with you.
How I Use Pinterest
Pinterest is a valuable social media tool for me. I have carefully curated my boards so they reflect content that would interest my ideal customer. I intermingle my content with other people's and contribute to group boards.
Pin With Care
It's, therefore, important that when I pin other people's content, I have read the article or blog post I'm pinning. If I pin bad content or broken links, it reflects poorly on me.
Read First, Pin Later
Reading every pinned article before making a decision whether or not to re-pin it, was becoming time-consuming though.
What I really wanted was a way to bookmark pins that looked worth a read, then read them later when I had time. After that, I could decide whether or not I was going to re-pin them. Ideally, I'd also have the option of sharing the content on my other social media platforms...
It's not too much to ask, is it?
It turns out; there is a solution, and that's what I will show you in the video below.