Once again, I’m late to the party, but I made it…
As you can see, I’ve added the WP Pin Pro bookmarklet to the top of the MyNAMS blog on the right side. It looks like the image at right.
Pinterest just can’t be ignored any longer. Like Facebook, Twitter and other bookmarking / social media sites, they are here to stay. And so am I, so I’m getting on board…kicking and screaming. I’m not big on forced change but we have to adapt, right?
I’ve actually created a Pinterest brandable report that to help me and everyone else get started in the right way. And I’ll soon be doing a webinar on Pinterest for NAMS100 and 200 group soon, but first, follow these quick steps. Do it today so you don’t forget:
- Download the How to Tame Pinterest report (Yes, you can brand it and give it away with your affiliate link embedded!)
- Follow the instructions in that report to ensure you’re set up correctly on Pinterest
- Browse through MyNAMS and use that bookmarklet in the upper right to add any of the images from this site – especially report covers and video splash pages – with good descriptions to your boards
Using the WP Pin Pro bookmarklet is simple. These images below show you what happens once you click that little red button.
Choose your pin board, input the image description and click “Pin It”
Visit your Pinterest Board to ensure it loaded properly with the correct information. And share it with your other social networks.
When you pin something from MyNAMS, I’ll be notified and I’ll follow you back so we can share. That’s what it’s about, right?