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Why are you doing these inspiration pins to draw traffic to your site for proof for advertisers? We subscribe to your blog because we thought we shared your story. Now you have sold out. We do not need you to show us inspiration, we are perfectly capable of finding that on our own. According to Pinterest guidelines your pin should go directly to an explanation or pattern or source of the item shown. You have strayed from that. Please provide à pattern for each picture posted or the link to the source of the pattern/picture. Please get back to why we started following your blog, not traffic numbers for advertising. Please go back to the blogger we all came to empathize with and who understood the pain. That person would realize that life is too short to wade through tons of crap to find what you want or need. Please reconsider for the sake of your followers. I don’t want to wade through hundreds of pictures to find something and then not have a direct source to that item. You of all people should understand that. I hope this stops soon before we all as followers leave in frustration that we don’t matter to you. Please go back to sharing and caring like you once did.
Thanks for listening to my frustration in dealing with the recent changes in your blog and Pinterest pinnings. I would like to think that I matter as a follower to the few blogs I choose to subscribe to and people I follow on Pinterest. You need to know the frustration I’m feeling when opening one of your pins, that I always looked forward to in the past, that now goes nowhere. It’s time consuming and boring. I have better ways to waste my time. Anyway thanks for reading my rant. I hope it makes a difference to you. The future will tell. Have a good day.
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