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    Pinterest.com creatively and uniquely stands in a class by itself. Starting from humble beginnings like many of today's successful billion dollar internet companies, they took a small idea and critiqued it. Honestly, Pinterest was not successful when they first came into existence. Unphazed by not getting things done in a certain period of time and experiencing the kind of success instantly hoped for, founder Ben Silbermann continued to move forward faithfully, successfully transforming the fate of the world's most popular online pinboard.



    According to WikiPedia, Pinterest is "a pinboard-style social photo sharing website that allows users to create and manage theme-based image collections such as events, interests, hobbies, and more. Users can browse other pinboards for inspiration, ''re-pin'' images to their own collections or 'like' photos. Pinterest's mission is to "connect everyone in the world through the ''things'' they find interesting"[2] via a global platform of inspiration and idea sharing. Founded by Ben Silbermann (of West Des Moines, Iowa), Paul Sciarra, and Evan Sharp[3] the site is managed by Cold Brew Labs and funded by a small group of entrepreneurs and inventors."


    'Social Networking on Pinterest'

    The goodness of Pinterest is that everyday individuals and corporations can sign up for a free account. Once accepted, users are able to completely fill out their Pinterest profiles. Once your Pinterest profile is completely filled out, you'll have the option of including links to social networking profiles. In addition, if you own your own website or blog hosted on your own dedicated server, Pinterest asks you to verify your site by downloading a small HTML file and up loading it to the root section of your web server. Once the Pinterest HTML verification file has been successfully uploaded to be root "public_html" section of your Web server, site owners can then click the verification tab in side of their Pinterest settings dashboard, and authenticate their sites URL. Once URLs have been verified by Pinterest automated website verification system, your URL will be automatically linked on the homepage of your Pinterest pin board. This is a good practice for people and companies loan websites hosted on their own servers are looking to boost their search engine optimization and potentially get more traffic from search engines and social networks.


    Related: - Forbes.com


    Additional profiles you can link to your Pinterest account are Twitter and Facebook. Making your Facebook and Twitter profiles to your Pinterest page helps increase friend requests to your Facebook profile and Twitter followers. When people and companies pin to their Pinterest pin boards, links are automatically embedded in the new pins to Pinterest pin boards. With that said, there's a unique benefit of having links automatically inserted in every new pin pinned to Pinterest profiles. The benefit is increasing traffic directly to a specific page.



    For example, if you have a blog or a webpage talking about printing out coupons online and promote that links specifically to a certain category on your Pinterest pin board, chances are, you will receive free and targeted traffic to that specific page you just pinned. This is how people and companies drive traffic from Pinterest absolutely free of charge. However, while promoting your own links and offerings to your Pinterest pin board, it''s always a best practice to think of others who have Pinterest pin boards and pin their relevant links and pictures to relevant categories on your boards. This is how everyone who has a profile on Pinterest reciprocally helps others succeed, by way of "repinning pins from others on Pinterest."


    'Search Engine Benefits'

    As previously mentioned, pinning content to relevant categories on your board helps increase search engine optimization for blogs and websites. Pinterest is not to be ignored when looking to "effectively boost SEO backlinks and improve U.S. search engine traffic rank." Pinterest is an online pinboard; a place where you can post collections of things you love, and follow collections created by people with great taste.


    Statistics Summary

    Pinterest.com is ranked #29 in the world according to the three-month Alexa traffic rankings at the time of this post.


    'Pinterest Backlinks'

    Getting a back link from Pinterest will help anyone move up successfully in search engine results pages and increase traffic. The key to success is to pin quality content. For example, if you're promoting affiliate program or affiliate links directly on your blog post or website page, it's a best practice to pin the direct URL of your blog page or webpage with the affiliate link offering in it, and not the direct affiliate link URL itself. Two things you're doing when promoting your blog or website URL's deep pages to your Pinterest pin board is "boosting your site's SEO, and increasing traffic with the potential of making money online.



    Forbes, Bloomberg.com and everyone else understands the positive benefits associated of owning a Pinterest account and persistently pinning to your pin board.


    'Create Your Pinterest Account Now'

    If you're not on Pinterest yet, it'll be a good thing to sign up today. There's all kinds of unique ways to use the popular pinning network board to generate business and potential revenue online free of charge. They help revolutionize the way the internet keeps quality information organized. Surely, Pinterest.com is a wonderful avenue for publishers and companies to not ignore, especially when it comes to making money online with no delay on the world wide web.

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