Piquing your Pinterest

// 5 March 2012

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The F-Word on Pinterest Screenshot Pinterest.com is the latest in the emerging social media websites. This one is focused on imagery, so users can find an image they like, and post it, known as pinning it, to a virtual pinboard on their page. Currently, 68% of its users are female, 97% of the people who ‘like’ Pinterest on Facebook are women, and people create pinboards on any and every subject, curating pictures from around the web on their themes.

The F-Word now has its very own board on Pinterest, so if you are a Pinterest user, you can follow us here.

If you want to find us elsewhere on social media, you can follow us on twitter, like us on Facebook and follow us on LinkedIn.

[The image is a screenshot of The F-Word’s Pinterest page]

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