Pinteresting {Book Review}

No matter what your reason for opening a Pinterest account (personal, business or blogging), you need to read Tabitha Philen’s book, Pinteresting. I’m amazed. I’ve still got lots to learn, but let me share what I’ve discovered so far.

pinteresting from How to Homeschool My Child.comRight now, I’m headed to a blogging conference in Florida where I’ll be with fellow homeschoolers. I’m excited to meet some of my blogging friends in real life. I decided to read Tabitha’s Pinteresting ebook on the plane while eating dinner. I’ve just started reading books on my ipad…this is the 2nd one so I was excited to read it in the dark.

I had to make myself slow down & not skip the basics of Pinterest. I’m so glad I did because I’ve already learned some advanced strategies & techniques in using Pinterest. I’ll be implementing them tomorrow after I get to Florida.

I’ve been on Pinterest 14 months. I started pinning after the Houston Quilt Show last year and was immediately addicted…you know what I mean! I’ve read a few articles about using pinterest more effectively, but Tabitha goes over & beyond you online articles or blog posts about Pinterest.

  • Did you know there were secret boards on Pinterest?
  • Do you know how to organize your boards to promote your brand?
  • Should you have one or two boards?

Whether you are using Pinterest for personal organization, to drive traffic to your blog or promote your business, Pinteresting is for you. I guarantee you will learn something new about Pinterest.

Right now, you can grab Pinteresting  for a mere $2.99 by clicking here

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