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Today, there are millions of bloggers as the internet has become a place where people communicate and share copious amounts of information.
However, there are some legal pitfalls that come with blogging and many bloggers have no clue as to how to deal with them. Here we focus on some of the legal issues that bloggers may face.
Disclaimer: This article does not in any way offer legal counsel or advice but simply discusses legal considerations for bloggers and provides tips on protecting your content and creating your blog’s legal pages and disclaimers.
Most bloggers that discuss Pinterest marketing talk about the basics of using the platform, such as creating a Business account, using Rich Pins, and optimizing your profile and boards with keywords.
But, as an active and engaged Pinterest user, I see a number of not-so-obvious mistakes that Pinners are making all the time. Many of them can affect how your Pin is shared, and whether it gets clicks back to your website.
In this article, I outline 7 not-so-obvious Pinterest mistakes that are hurting your shares and engagement.
1. Using the wrong code in your Pins
I see many Pinners using their image’s alt text to generate their Pinterest description. But, the primary purpose of alt text is to describe the photo to visually impaired users, so doing this can harm your website’s usability and search engine optimization (SEO).