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Yes, I finally did it. I joined Pinterest. Please visit my boards and follow me. Don’t laugh, though. This just happened last night and I haven’t had time to build my boards up yet.


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I write stories of faith and family, love and loss, heartache and triumph. Here I blog about faith, relationships, and genuine living.


5 thoughts on “I’ve Joined Pinterest

  1. It’s nice seeing more guys on Pinterest, I feel like not a lot of them are and most of them are women who are teachers, mothers, single women looking for ways to make their homes look better, or cook great recipes for their families and so forth.
    My question for you is what would you suggest to help draw more guys in on Pinterest?

    Posted by Liza | August 24, 2012, 8:32 am
  2. Thanks for the comment, Liza. I think to draw men in there needs to be more of a “point” to it. Men want to know, How is this going to benefit me? I don’t know if Pinterest needs to do a better job of marketing itself to men, showing men what it can do for them, or if more men on it need to spread the word. Interestingly, I read an article that said in the UK the majority of Pinterest users are male. Hmmm.

    Posted by michaelkingbooks | August 24, 2012, 9:12 am
  3. Like it. Good to see a man there and what you do with your boards. I love the book board. There are sooo many authors. Sooo many books!! God bless you Mike!

    Posted by Bonnie Lacy | August 24, 2012, 9:36 am

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