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There is a thread over at the HP forum going on about including MFP (made for Pinterest) images in Hubs as a way of getting Pinterest traffic.
I often try to make my photos/images on my Hubs or blog (especially the first one) appealing to Pinterest viewers.
Does anyone else do this? Has anyone had any Pinterest successes they would like to share?
Seriously, I've tried doing those kinds of thing; my pinterest site does indeed have a "dramatic" conduit picture for those hubs. I think that the biggest problem is people "search" Pinterest for pretty pictures, not for information. They might read if they come across it, but they don't, in general, search Pinterest for informational writing.
There are exceptions, of course. Recipes do well; people want the recipe but are drawn in by a yummy picture. I've got one out there that has been repinned quite a few times, about "rotten egg pie"; the picture and caption piques interest, I think. Travel pics can do well. Room remodeling with a pic of a "new" and unusual decor.
But not, in general, such things as toilet repair or bending conduit.
I also noticed that time spent on page is much less for mobile device users, so it's got me thinking about what I can do in terms of formatting a Hub to appeal to a mobile user's user experience. Has anyone else given this thought? What percent of your traffic is from mobile devices?
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