In my last post, Repinning Responsibly on #Pinterest, I showed you how to be sure you’re repinning a pin that is linked to the original source.
I mentioned in that post, that if you come to an image that is NOT linked to the correct source, and you simply MUST repin that image, there’s a way to find an appropriate link by using Google Image Search.
Here’s a quick video walk-through of how to find out an image at its original location so you can properly pin it on Pinterest.
Repins Linking to Original Sources on #Pinterest
Update: After recording my video, I found a post with still screenshots of this process – The Graphics Fairy – Crafts: How to Find the Original Source of an Image on Pinterest.
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