If so it may be a good idea to have a look at this from the Yvestown Blog
It certainly is food for thought, especially if some of your images are being pinned and then re-pinned time and time again with no attribution to their original source
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It got me thinking about Social Media in general and how so many people use it to get connected but not necessarily "in touch".
I must admit I was a little amused when I started getting notifications that someone was "following" me on Pinterest, especially seeing I haven't actually pinned any images to it, although I have seen some of the images from my blog have been pinned and then re-pinned.
I think Pinterest could become quite addictive. But my question is, where do you find the time?
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