Really? This again? 😱
Yes. I know. This again.
Let’s just get it out of the way right now – this one does not apply to my food-only readers.
Dear food-only readers, my 90%, this is the moment where you get dismissed from class a little bit early, giving you a perfect snack opportunity, so go get some crackers + chzz or a Bai5 (blueberry please!) or load up on a Spicy Brazilian Burrito Bowl. Whatever you want, it’s yours. I’m just letting you know that there’s probably not much here for you today. I ♡ you and I’m glad you’re a reader and I’ll have YUMS for you tomorrow. Catchya next time! 👋🏽
And now, food-and-blog readers. oh hai daer!
Since doing the April 2015 income report with our Pinterest “study” where we found that, on average, long Pinterest images got 70% more repins that short Pinterest images, I’ve gotten so many requests via comments and email for a tutorial on creating these long Pinterest-style images. In addition to creating them, we’ve had a lot of requests to explain how to hide them in a post. These requests combined with my desire to teach and feeling really cool that I know SOMETHING about code led me to do the unthinkable 👉🏽 taking a shower, brushing my hair, putting on some regular people clothes, and recording a few video tutorials.
Here we go!