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How To Write PINTEREST IMAGE COPY

You already know that Pinterest is a social media platform that behaves more like Google than Facebook. I actually prefer to consider it as a search engine. Pinners go to Pinterest to search for products, ideas and inspiration. But whether using the search bar or just scrolling through their feed, Pinners are looking for relevant content to address their needs. And one of the ways Pinterest determines what to show people is through your Pinterest image descriptions.

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