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Do you check where your pins go before pinning?

therealsouthamerica
Jack-of-all-trades

@foodiehomechef Yes I know that feeling nothing like a very strong tap on the shoulder to wake you up I had a bad experience with one pin and seriously learned my lesson - of course it wasn't intentional but nonetheless I heard about it from a person who clicked the link not Pinterest this was when Pinterest was 'New' like 09. Of course the time it takes to check each pin is harsh but I do and I do create my own content so I understand what it means to have a solid link.

Lisa😁

Please Follow Me On Pinterest: Real South American Living Thanks! Lisa❤️
Currently Pinning to: southamerica.fit Happy Valentine's Day❤️
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foodiehomechef
Jack-of-all-trades
Amen to that Lisa!
Please follow me on Pinterest: Foodie Home Chef Thanks! Simone ♥
Currently Pinning to: Earth Day & Cinco de Mayo & Mother's Day
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veronikalipar
Just visiting

I check it in 80 %. But it's hard sometimes. Especially when I see some beautiful picture of a beach or a cake. Unfortunately most of the time the most beautiful pictures lead to the spam. However, I do have a solution that works most of the times. I look closer at the spamming pin and click the Visual Search. This way I can find the original pin and pin it to my board.

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