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This image is 95px across, about HALF the size of the thumbnail.  What happens? Will the image be enlarged to fit into the thumbnail area?  And if so, when you click through to "full size", does it shrink back to half it's size (which is the original size)?  Let's see...  No.  Anything smaller than the thumbnail size will be pinned the same size.  So if I pin a teeny weeny image, the thumbnail will also be teeny weeny.

This image is 95px across, about HALF the size of the thumbnail. What happens? Will the image be enlarged to fit into the thumbnail area? And if so, when you click through to "full size", does it shrink back to half it's size (which is the original size)? Let's see... No. Anything smaller than the thumbnail size will be pinned the same size. So if I pin a teeny weeny image, the thumbnail will also be teeny weeny.

When the  thumbnail is clicked, you're taken to an image that's 452px wide (regardless of whether it's hyperlinked or not.)  If the images IS hyperlinked, then clicking it goes to the designated URL.  If the image is NOT hyperlinked, it goes to a slightly smaller image of 285px wide, which can be enlarged to 554px upon clicking.  This image goes nowhere as it's not hyperlinked.  THEREFORE, HYPERLINKED IMAGES NEED BE NO LARGER THAN 452px!!

When the thumbnail is clicked, you're taken to an image that's 452px wide (regardless of whether it's hyperlinked or not.) If the images IS hyperlinked, then clicking it goes to the designated URL. If the image is NOT hyperlinked, it goes to a slightly smaller image of 285px wide, which can be enlarged to 554px upon clicking. This image goes nowhere as it's not hyperlinked. THEREFORE, HYPERLINKED IMAGES NEED BE NO LARGER THAN 452px!!

This images is 300 pixels wide.  When I click on it to go to full size, will it be enlarged?  Or will the original small size be kept?  ANSWER : the original size (300px across) is kept.

This images is 300 pixels wide. When I click on it to go to full size, will it be enlarged? Or will the original small size be kept? ANSWER : the original size (300px across) is kept.

Once a pin is up, the meta data is not set in stone, unchangeable forever.  It can be altered.  All three fields - description, link, board location, can be changed.  EASY!!

Once a pin is up, the meta data is not set in stone, unchangeable forever. It can be altered. All three fields - description, link, board location, can be changed. EASY!!

This image is 190px wide (ie thumbnail size wide) and 2000 px long.  That's right, it's one heck of a long image.  Just to see how low you can go with Pinterest.   Let's see whether you can see my bottom, LOL...  Wow, yes, the whole image is there.  Pinterest really allows you to ST-R-E--T-CH OUT!!  And touch your bottom.

This image is 190px wide (ie thumbnail size wide) and 2000 px long. That's right, it's one heck of a long image. Just to see how low you can go with Pinterest. Let's see whether you can see my bottom, LOL... Wow, yes, the whole image is there. Pinterest really allows you to ST-R-E--T-CH OUT!! And touch your bottom.

My first ever pin!  I like to see how it looks.  This test is for how wide the image should be.  Here it's 600 pixels wide.  Is this too large, too small, or exactly right?

My first ever pin! This test is for how wide the image should be. Here it's 600 pixels wide. Is this too large, too small, or exactly right?

Pinterestiferu.  That's the word I want to index in Google.  A search for the word "pinterestiferu" yields NO results on a Google search made on July 23 2012.  The search engine yields ZILCH for the word pinterestiferu.  Now that I've mentioned it three times in the description here, AND the image file I uploaded is pinterestiferu.jpg (so now I mentioned it four times here), will Google pick up and index it?  Let's find out...

Pinterestiferu. That's the word I want to index in Google. A search for the word "pinterestiferu" yields NO results on a Google search made on July 23 2012. The search engine yields ZILCH for the word pinterestiferu. Now that I've mentioned it three times in the description here, AND the image file I uploaded is pinterestiferu.jpg (so now I mentioned it four times here), will Google pick up and index it? Let's find out...

OK, here it is, my link to Google ~~>> google.com   Did that work.  OK, here I'm going to use the http forward slash thing in front ~~>  http://Google.com   Did that work?  YES, it does.  But it goes to a warning page "Warning!    This link redirects visitors to another site - it may link to spam or other inappropriate content."  So Pinterest may be at war with Google??  Here's a link to my homepage, just o demonstrate links DO work here : Usuff.com

OK, here it is, my link to Google ~~>> google.com Did that work. OK, here I'm going to use the http forward slash thing in front ~~> http://Google.com Did that work? YES, it does. But it goes to a warning page "Warning! This link redirects visitors to another site - it may link to spam or other inappropriate content." So Pinterest may be at war with Google?? Here's a link to my homepage, just o demonstrate links DO work here : Usuff.com

This image is 1200px across, twice the size of the click through images, which seem to have a standard size of 600px.  So, when I click through on the thumbnail, will I get a huge image, or just the standard 600px wide image...  Let's see.  Aha!  The image is compressed!!  This is the first time I've seen Pinterest alter the clickthrough image.  Bottom line, no matter how large your images are above 600px, Pinterest will compress is to 600px.  Images under 600px are left alone.

This image is 1200px across, twice the size of the click through images, which seem to have a standard size of 600px. So, when I click through on the thumbnail, will I get a huge image, or just the standard 600px wide image... Let's see. Aha! The image is compressed!! This is the first time I've seen Pinterest alter the clickthrough image. Bottom line, no matter how large your images are above 600px, Pinterest will compress is to 600px. Images under 600px are left alone.

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When she auditioned for Roman Holiday and created the original Manic Pixie Dream Girl.

When she auditioned for Roman Holiday and created the original Manic Pixie Dream Girl

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