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Hot Social Network: How to Resurrect Old Content With Pinterest

January 24, 2012
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Pinterest seemed to gain some traction in the SEO realm back in November in a few posts and tips on how to utilize Pinterest for your Internet marketing efforts. Most of the posts I’ve read focus on the backlink and social benefits of the website. However, none of them touched on how Pinterest can be used as a great way to revive older content on your blog or website. Pinterest is a virtual pinboard that let’s you organize and share images from around the web. ... Think Twitter for eye candy....

 

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