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How to Keep Your Work Off Pinterest

As content creators worry about their work being uploaded to Pinterest without permission, the popular social network has created a simple piece of HTML code that will prevent your page from being “pinned.”

Today on the Morning Media Menu podcast, Social Times staff writer Devon Glenn explained how publishers can use the new opt-out code. Is anybody in the GalleyCat audience worried about having their work pinned without permission?

Check it out: “What if I don’t want images from my site to be pinned? We have a small piece of code you can add to the head of any page on your site: <meta name=”pinterest” content=”nopin” />”

If you want to explore Pinterest, here are a few links…

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