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Hello, I am interested in learning about "Image Quality" when it comes to using Pinterest to promote my Amazon Affiliate links.

I love Pinterest and I would love to make a career out of doing affiliate links on Pinterest because I really good at Marketing. My current job is stifling my creativity and I need another outlet for myself.

I'm not doing a blog yet because it's on the back burner. I have a decent following but nothing I'm proud of because I'm not making money. Any information would be greatly appreciated. 

Thank you so much,

Shay

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@shay6marketing, welcome to the community! We're happy to have you here. Wondering if @realsouthamerica and @AmericanoCrystals have thoughts on this subject. 

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Tagging in @patternprin0022 and @simplepinmedia if they have thoughts on this, too. 

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@shay6marketing @AmericanoCrystals @PinterestGabby Hi there glad your here! Just curious did you have a specific question on Image Quality or just want to know about it in general? Lisa

Please Visit My Pinterest Page & Follow https://www.pinterest.com/realsouthamerica0427 Thanks, Lisa❤️
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@PinterestGabby Thank you for tagging!

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Hey there, @realsouthamerica  @shay6marketing 

As Pinterest is a visual search engine image quality is very important. Most of bloggers say the optimal Pin size should be 2:3 proportion. I also recommend you while picking images for Pinterest, think vertical. Most of our formats are vertical, and taller than they are wide. So in short try only use high-quality, vertical images that will stand out in people’s feeds.

-Sophia-

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@PinterestGabby thanks for the tag - Lisa

Please Visit My Pinterest Page & Follow https://www.pinterest.com/realsouthamerica0427 Thanks, Lisa❤️
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@shay6marketing I would agree with @AmericanoCrystals I generally use the 2:3 ratio and when I am creating pins I always use good pictures ... quality and I make them using 1000x1500. I hope this helps you Lisa😁

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Where do I find images?

PicMonkey?

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@shay6marketing Hi there there are a number of places to get really good images it will also depend on whether you want free images or images you will have to pay for. I personally use a variety of things like Unsplash | Adobe Stock | Vimeo for Videos | Canva | Adobe Spark I personally haven't used PicMonkey but really use whatever works best for what your doing. I use the above because for me the image quality is great but I have no doubt there are a ton of places online to find great photos. Lisa😁

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