How to Pin on Pinterest

How to Pin on PinterestDid you know that Pinterest is the fastest growing social media network EVER? That means that if you are not yet using Pinterest to grow your business, you should seriously consider using it. To set up your Pinterest business account, just go to Pinterest for Business and start the registration process.

Once you have an account, you’ll have to start creating some boards and pinning images or videos to those boards. In the video below, I’m going to show you how to pin on Pinterest – whether it’s directly from your website, directly from another site or directly from Pinterest.

Here are a few more things to keep in mind as you are learning how to pin on Pinterest

– only pin images from the original source. In other words, if you are on someone else’s website, don’t download their images to your computer and then upload them to your boards. Instead, pin the image directly from their website using the PinIt button on their site or the PinIt button extension in your browser.

– make sure that you have a good description that uses your target keywords for every image you pin. This is how other Pinterest users can find your pins when they search on Pinterest for what you have to offer.

How to Pin on Pinterest

There you have it – you’ve pinned your first image!

I hope this video has helped you learn how to pin on Pinterest. If you want to learn more about how to use Pinterest to grow your business, please visit out my Pinterest Advantage e-course.

 

 

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I really like Pinterest but I have really only been repinning for the most part and I rarely write a description. Thanks for this information. I would like to do more with it.

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Boy! Do I need this. I printed it so I have a copy handy next time I try. I could never figure this out. Thank you so much.
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