Below are some common-sense guidelines and good manners to keep our porn pinning community positive, and to ensure that all pins are useful to the site's members.
It is always better to pin from an original source than a secondary one, like Google Images or blogs. For instance, if you pin a blog-scrolled page, people might not be able to find the original source a few days/weeks later. If you find that a pin is improperly linked, post a comment below the pin so the original pinner can update its link.
Remember that when you enter a description, the goal is to have your pin show up in our search results. Think about relevant keywords you can use that will help people find your pins. Descriptions like, "This is my kind of babe!" are not useful. It's more effective to use specific keywords like, "Sexy redhead with a round ass" or "Hot teens suck a big cock.” And if you know the pornstar or model's name, add it! Including relevant information increases the chances that your pin will be discovered!
When you make a new board, be sure to associate it with the category you think it fits best. This will also make it easier for other users to discover your pins and boards.
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