New to Pinterest

Welcome take your time, look around at Pinterest and ask yourself why are you interested in wanting to get involved.
Do you want to shop? Are you interest in sharing recipes? Are you interesting learning new crafts or do you just want to pin information to share? Or are you interested in starting a business?
Is your information, good information?
Do you have to use profanity to get your point across?
Do you think this is a get rich quick opportunity? If so do not waste your time. It is hard work.
Read all the available information on Pinterest not once, but maybe two or three times. Then you will say to yourself, I wonder what is meant by that? Excellent recommendation, start a list and get answers to your questions, one by one.
If you are leaning toward starting a business, again go slowly. You will read lots and lots of articles about do this first, then do this. Sometimes you have to find what your right way is all by yourself. It may not be the way of others, but it may be just what you need.
Do you understand the rules? Do you know how to follow rules?
Do you know where the Pinterest Help Center is found?
If you are considering a business and a blog, you might want to consider an e-book or get an e-course to help you to prepare. Be careful I enrolled in an e-course, done by an excellent role model on Pinterest and I can tell you I was no way ready and just could not get the information wrapped around my head. When I re-read the information I hope I am better prepared to understand.
Be very cautious if someone tells you, you can have a blog up and running in under half an hour. Yes, you can have basics there, but an actual full blown blog ready to go. I don’t think so unless you are very tech savvy. If you are God Bless You, because the rest of us are learning as we go.
If you are very creative and good with a camera, that is wonderful. It is something that is necessary as you move forward in this endeavor.

Appreciate comments as they may help me grow.

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