How To Make Sharing Blog Photos on Pinterest Easy

Do you wish you could make it easier for your followers to pin your blog photos? Do you not like that “pin it” button underneath your post? Want to keep up with the latest trends in blogging? Then you need to get to know the new “Pin It” mouseover button.

The things I love the most about this plugin are:

It shows up automatically on all of your blog photos – The “Pin It” mouseover button shows up directly over any photo on your blog when the reader hovers over it and allows users to “pin” images directly from the blog.
It only shows up when the reader hovers over the photo, so there’s no “pin it” buttons cluttering your images.
It automatically links to your blog – Readers can click on the “Pin It” button and Voila! the image, description, the name of the post and a link to the post all go directly to their Pinterest board!
You can customize it – Both the image and the words used to describe it.
It makes pinning blog photos easy for readers, which means your content will get shared more often.

Written by Kim Garst.  To read the full article, click here.

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