Last Wednesday Pinterest opened for businesses and blogs. Technically, although few followed the rules, before last week all Pinterest accounts should have been personal ones.
You can now follow Geek Native on Pinterest here.
Why should you?
- The Pinterest boards will not cover every post; they will only highlight occasional art
- The Pinterest boards are categorised by the art they show; not by the stories associated with the posts
This means it should be easier for you to follow particular aspects of Geek Native if you want to. For example, there’s a Famous Last Words board that archives and highlights the great series from V Shane, and if tend only to check into Geek Native for that Friday run then now there’s a board to do the hard work for you.
Boards that follow art, not posts, what does that mean?
There’s a Fantasy finds board, for example, with a collection of fantasy art on it. The art could be from a post about a fantasy RPG, or a computer game, or new TV series or comic, etc. Since Pinterest is a visual medium the classification applies to the visual.
Is that the end of the story? Community contributions can be found in the comment section at the end of the page.