Keep Calm Pin OnI freely admit that I have not used my Pinterest account – at all.  And that is rather stupid of me.  Yeah, I get to call myself stupid upon occasion.

Since January 4, 2016 will mark the one year anniversary of  Keeper Bookshelf  … I really should have gotten around to this sooner.  But I have no idea (at this moment) how to really use this social media phenomenon well.

So, I did what I always do when searching out answers – I asked Mr. Google.  :)

This post is full of links to other sites with interesting, informative and helpful posts about how to use Pinterest for more than simply recipes and kitten memes.  I firmly believe that Pinterest can be a huge benefit to any blog, especially one involving books.  I simply need to discover what might work for me.

Perhaps this post is more for my own education – but if you are looking for ways to effectively use Pinterest for your blogs (no matter what niche you’re in) then hopefully this post will help you too.

Now, on to the helpful linked articles that I’ve found so far.

7 Ways To Grow Your Blog With Pinterest

This one gives information on how to use “secret boards”.

Starting A Blog on Pinterest

Now this one is from Pinterest itself – full of boards about blogging, so look for the ones that are relative to your particular niche.  (yes, book reviewing is a niche)

Growing Your Blog With Pinterest – Ultimate Guide

Here the author has a series of topics relative to using Pinterest wisely.

Pinterest and Book Blogging: Use The Latest Social Media Craze to Your Site’s Advantage

This one is really good for book lovers.

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And that is the end of my list for the moment.  As I better understand how to use Pinterest on my own boards I will definitely have more posts about this subject.

Thanks for reading



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