How to Use Pinterest as an Indie Author

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 How to Use Pinterest as an Indie Author by Frances Caballo


 

Boost Your Website Traffic with Pinterest

Winston Churchill once said,

To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often.

Change is certainly the only thing that is constant among all social media networks. You can’t afford to grow comfortable with the way things are because today’s Facebook may look different next year — or even next month.

The same goes for Pinterest. The founders keep arguing that this website is a search engine, but everyone else keeps calling it a social media network. Whatever you call it, Pinterest has changed as well.

If you haven’t been using Pinterest, this post will help you to get started. If you’ve been on Pinterest for some time, you’ll learn about changes that have recently occurred.

We’re Part of a Visual Social Web

Social media has been trending toward a visual social web for the past several years. Take Instagram for example. It’s entirely visual. Tumblr has transitioned increasingly to a visual media website.

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Friday Roundup: Add Visuals to Your Book Marketing

Episode 4 - Use Visuals

 

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Welcome to the Friday Roundup where you’ll find practical tips for marketing your books on the social web. This week’s segment includes summaries of four blog posts I found on the web,  and of course, your tip of the week on how to incorporate images in your marketing with Canva.


Let’s start with my weekly tip.

If you haven’t heard of Canva, go to Canva.com. This is an amazing application and now also a social media network.

I use it to create nearly all of my images for my blog and social media posts. Now, I say nearly all because I also use PicMonkey, another great app.

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