Don Crowther
Don Crowther

Proven Strategies and Techniques To Build YOUR Business

Proven Strategies and Techniques To Build YOUR Business

One of the challenges with Pinterest is tailoring your board so that you only see the type of images you want to see, and don’t see those you don’t want to see.

For example, not long ago, one of the guys who I follow posted 40-50 pictures of bacon every day for a week. (What IS it with men and bacon these days, anyway? I know it tastes good, but this is becoming ridiculous!)

Then, a couple of days ago, another guy started posting multiple pictures of scantily-clad women every day. Not only did that make me uncomfortable, but I’m not really interested in having my wife walk in and ask me what I was doing…

So, how do you get rid of pictures that people are posting that you don’t want to see?

Until Pinterest improves its filtering capabilities, it comes down to either unfollowing the individual doing the posting or unfollowing the board that’s not working for you.

Here’s a 3-minute video that demonstrates exactly how to do it.

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  1. Thank You, pretty well-pointed, Don!

    Pity there’s no any real way to remove a follower
    anyone will avoid like pest, while Pinterest simply
    ping-ponging back their answer… sorta ‘mhmn,
    we might will develop such app for some day…’

    Looks like must to happen something really grave out there, or what…
    Nonetheless for now, I’m obligated to change almost all my virtual
    identity to stay online but avoid actual harassment …phew!
    My Pinterest is actually abandoned orphan, cannot pin nor
    make any movement over there….

    Oh, although it sounds alike, but please stay assured,
    I’m not any paranoid! LOL

    So, Don, if you would be able to find out a way,
    how to block asome malicious follower,
    I am sure you’ll receive much more
    THANK YOU than just from me one…
    🙂

  2. It’s a good point you make. Pinterest really is still a baby of the social media world at the moment and there is a lot they will need to improve on in terms of user experience and also privacy and security. I would be interested to know if they have actually faced any lawsuits yet???

    Ditto about the wife/girlfriend walking in leading to awkward conversations! 🙂

  3. Thanks a million for this, Don. I have not started with Pinterest yet, but maybe in the next month when I rearrange my whole site. This would have totally uncorked me if I had not visited your site!

  4. Don–how do you unfollow a group? I unwittingly said yes to a bunch of groups with “inspirational” sayings, etc., and can’t figure out how to get them off my boards that everyone else sees.

    Thanks from your long lost relative that you don’t know.
    Kelly

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