Every once in awhile, I run across a blog that makes me think, “Why didn’t I think of that?”
Rose’s Pin-Tests is one of those blogs: http://rosespintests.areavoices.com
The blog is written by a college student who takes ideas she finds on Pinterest then actually tries them out. Then she follows it up with a review.
I LOVE this idea. Maybe it’s because I’m the Queen of Pinterest. Or rather the Queen of pinning-things-on-Pinterest-then-never-actually-trying-them. That’s why I love this concept. She has “Made it myself Monday” for crafty pins and “Foodie Friday” for food pins (my favorite kind). And it’s a free for all the rest of the days of the week.
So check it out! Maybe, she’ll inspire you to actually make use out of all that stuff on your Pinterest boards!
No doubt you’ve heard about the meteoric rise of Pinterest. In two short years, the digital bulletin board has become the third most popular social network trailing only behind Facebook and Twitter in the number of monthly users. In fact, Pinterest doubled it’s number of users between January and February of this year and no other social network reached 10 million users faster than Pinterest. Although recent reports suggest that growth is slowing Pinterest is still a hot commodity for it’s millions of users (80% of them female). Now one of our Areavoices bloggers is making it easier for you to Pin without really pinning.
Her name is Jen Burris and she’s taking what she sees on Pinterest and trying it out for herself. And we get to read about it on her blog. It’s just one of the recommended blogs of the week. Enjoy!
Pinterest is the fastest growing social medium around these days. Follow as this blogger tries out
some of the pins she finds on the digital bulletin board.
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