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By now I’m sure we’re all familiar with the basic functions of the web’s hottest social media platform.
But the very nature of Pinterest raises some significant issues about sharing images online that need to be carefully considered.
The most important being copyright law.
I know it’s not necessarily the first thing you think about when scrolling through Pinterest’s colorful boards of fuzzy animals, DIY projects and home recipes, but not all the owners of these images consented to them being there.
That’s right, users can pin just about any image from any website to their Pinterest page – regardless of the owner’s knowledge or permission.
So how do you protect yourself from copyright infringement while also giving credit where credit is due?
Below you’ll find a list of Do’s and Don’ts to keep in mind as you navigate the popular content sharing service:
With a background in journalism and a passion for all things online, carving out a space to share my insights was just a natural progression.
I started the Intent Social blog as a place to share tools, tips and musings on the business of content creation with a purpose.
Whether it’s for blogging advice, social media sharing strategies or general tips on setting up a discerning online presence, my goal is to get people inspired about creating a brand with integrity.