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After you have been Scooping for a while, you may remember seeing Google +, Pinterest and Stumbleupon share options, but when you scoop, you don't see them with Twitter or Facebook or Linkedin. Where are they?
They answer is that you can only share on those platforms AFTER you finalize your initial scoop. (Not sure why.)
Go back to the scoop, click the Share button and you will see those options. See the graphic above.
If you like Social Media and have not heard of Pinterest yet, you probably took a loooong vacation. Some say it is growing as fast as Facebook; some are already fed up with it but nobody seems indifferent.
Including Scoop.it users who more and more share their scoops on Pinterest; a rising traffic source for Scoop.it pages as you can see at http://pinterest.com/source/scoop.it/ or in this chart.
So as we’ve designed Scoop.it to be the hub of your social media publishing, it won’t surprise you that we’ve been looking at ways to enable sharing to Pinterest more easily. Today, we’re happy to have completed a first step by including the “Pin it” button in the sharing options of a post (just like we added the Google +1 button before).
Over time, we will look at adding both Google + and Pinterest as connected social media accounts just like we do for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, WordPress and Tumblr but we didn’t want to keep you waiting any longer.
So now, more than ever, you can make an impact and catch attention with your Scoop.it topic magazines by sharing them everywhere.
And as we look to other connectivity options, just tell us: which social media service would you like us to connect next?