Are you wondering how to claim your website on Pinterest? Read on!
When setting up your Pinterest account, one of the most important tasks to do is to claim your website and social media accounts. Setting up a business account is also really important to be able to access the analytics. But why should you claim your website on Pinterest? Here are four reasons why you should claim your website on Pinterest:
As a wedding business you know you need to have a presence on Pinterest, right? After all, where do your clients (aka the brides) go for all their inspiration? How many times have you held a consultation with a couple and they’ve had a Pinterest board? Over 65% of brides turn to Pinterest every year to find inspiration for their wedding, and this number is growing all the time. Pinterest itself has 440+ million monthly active users! Pinterest is the perfect platform for wedding inspiration, being both visual and aspirational. If you want to know how to use Pinterest as a wedding business, you’re in the right place.
Pinterest is one of those things that can really eat up your time. With all the other platforms and social media apps your business is on, adding Pinterest to the list can be overwhelming. It doesn’t have to be though. Here are my favourite time saving hacks for Pinterest, saving you time and effort when it comes to Pinterest! If you’re wondering how to save time on Pinterest, read on.
There have been a lot of changes over at Pinterest in the last six months. An overly aggressive spam filter resulted in many accounts being incorrectly flagged as spam, there was a massive algorithm shift and in January 2021 Pinterest changed their metric reporting. Pinterest has been saying for years that it wants to focus more on “fresh” content as opposed to pinning other user’s content, and finally it has happened! If you want to grow your Pinterest account in 2021, you’ll need to take these changes into account within your Pinterest marketing strategy. So, what does this mean for content creators now?
Wondering how to grow your Pinterest account in 2021?