Wed Jul 10, 2013 14:33

I think at first pinterest can feel overwhelming because there is just so much happening. You can start by creating a board, you just click add, then it gives you an option (pin, board, etc.) and you click board. Name it whatever you want to call it and then search for pins in the search bar that fit your topic. Or you can search by clicking on the categories (I usually go to education) and find pins that you think are good or relate. All you have to do is click "repin" and then it will pop up a screen asking you what board you want to pin it to, select your board and then click save. The more you do it the more you will get used to it and comfortable with it. Then you can start searching on google and pinning sites from the internet. When you find a site you like look for the "Pin it" button or the red Pinterest symbol and then it will pin it to your account for you. I remember when I first started I had no idea what on earth I was doing either. Quickly I got the hang of it and now I pin stuff all the time. Probably too often, lol!

  • Envious-Pinterest - Cindi Bradshaw, Tue Jul 9 20:08
    Karie, I am so envious. I am new to the pinterest scene. I have only recently joined and that was because of the DIY projects that I kept seeing pop up on my friends pages along with a few bulletin... more
    • Busy - lohrmk, Wed Jul 10 14:33
    • Re: Envious-Pinterest - Karie Steelman, Tue Jul 9 21:59
      At the top of the screen you can choose what categories you want to look at. Click on Education and once you see something you like click pin. Once you have pinned it, then other things related to... more
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