Learn four reasons writers might want to use Pinterest, how to best use the platform, and best practices to get the most traction for your work.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: janefriedman.com

Yes, writers can benefit from the “pretty pictures” site, says Kirsten Oliphant (@kikimojo).

Be aware, though: “If you do not have an author platform built on teaching people how to write, Pinterest may not work as effectively as it would for those solving a problem. But the platform can be a great tool for your research and planning. The added bonus is that it provides that peek behind the curtain many fans love. It’s like sharing an intimate view of your planning process for your readers.”

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