Technology in the classroom and teacher resources blog
Pinterest - How To Make Pins Great
Yes ! Some wonderful ideas from Pinterest on how to make successful pins.
The major one for me is specifics on image sizes. I was pretty close in my own experiments in getting the proportions correct, so a pat on the back for me then. In case their post disappears some highlights are below, but head to pInterest if you can as there are some great sample images.
Size and shape matter. I'll be referring back to this one when I am next on a Pinterest posting session.
Pins look best when they’re vertically oriented. We recommend an image aspect ratio of 2:3 to 1:3.5 and a minimum width of 600px.
There is a free Pinterest App if you do not already have it. I do most of my pinning on the train during my commute, so I find it particularly useful
I'm sure you have the Teachers Pay Teachers App by now too. It can be a bit creaky at times mind you. The cha-ching disappeared for a long time, and my income is displayed in pounds for some reason instead of dollars. Other than that it is really handy. The features on your admin page are all accessible including answering customer questions.
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