Pinterest is supposed to be one of the hottest socialnetworking sites, but what exactly is the point? I know you use it like a bulletin board to pin photos and such that interest you, sort of lke a scrapbook, but then what?
And what if you don’t see things you like? That’s my problem — I don’t like “things.”
I get that it’s a fun site for most people, gives them something to play around with or dream about, but then what?
If you’re an author, how does that help you connect to readers? Or doesn’t it?
An author needs to be mindful of his or her “brand.” How does Pinterest help with branding?
Do you use Pinterst? What do you use it for? Do you find it fun, annoying, fascinating?
(This photo is from Second Wind Publishing’s Pins.)
Pat Bertram is the author of the suspense novels Light Bringer, More Deaths Than One, A Spark of Heavenly Fire, and Daughter Am I. Bertram is also the author of Grief: The Great Yearning, “an exquisite book, wrenching to read, and at the same time full of profound truths.” Connect with Pat on Google+. Like Pat on Facebook.