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This morning, an e-mail was sent to all Pinterest users, announcing secret boards. It seems interesting, and perhaps a move to be more brand friendly so that brands could work in private on the boards they want to expose, and actually strategize. It's worth playing around with, so, how do you get some secret boards of your own?
Pinterest is currently enabling 3 secret boards per user. To turn yours on, follow these easy steps!
Step 1: Click on "Add" in the top right.
Step 2: Click Create A Board
Step 3: Turn secret "on"
Step 1: Click Edit at the top of your Secret Board
Step 2: Turn secret setting to "off" and save settings
That's it! The board is now public.
If you "Repin" to a secret board, does the original pinner get notified? It would make sense that they wouldn't until the board was public.... If anyone has any information on that I'd love to add it to this post!
Tammy Kahn Fennell is CEO and co-founder of MarketMeSuite (www.marketmesuite.com), the leading social media management dashboard for small- and mid- sized businesses. In late 2009, after spotting social media trends and recognizing the needs of small business from her own experience, Tammy launched the MarketMeSuite platform to help SMBs easily manage & monitor their social media presence, find targeted leads, build engagement and measure the ROI of their social marketing activities. Today the easy-to-use, affordable platform has over 30,000 users. Tammy has a lot to say on social media topics for small business, so she speaks and blogs frequently. She is also the owner and editor of the community driven blog, WeAreSocialPeople.com.