Getting your website confirmed on Pinterest opens up a lot of doors to the crazy Pinterest analytics lady inside of you. You are able to look at the pins that have come directly from your website, the impressions that were made, how many re-pins there are, as well as how many people clicked through to the actual post or site page.
With this information, you are able to find out more about what your audience on Pinterest is responding to and what types of pins (the layout/images/etc.) your audience is saving as well.
First, you need a business Pinterest account in order to get your website confirmed. Don’t have one? Find out how to switch from a personal to a business Pinterest account by clicking here.
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1 | LOGIN, GET STARTED
Log into your lovely Pinterest account and make sure that you have a Business profile. Not sure what a business account for Pinterest is, means, or how to get one? No problem!Find out how to switch from a personal to a business Pinterest account by clicking here and then come back to this post whenever you’re ready to get your website confirmed.
2 | GO TO THE ANALYTICS TAB
Once here, click the red “confirm website” button to the right. Now open a new tab and go to step three!
3 | OPEN A NEW TAB, DOWNLOAD THIS PLUGIN
Go to this link https://wordpress.org/plugins/pinterest-verify/ and download the greatness now. This is the plugin that will save you a headache and confusion of getting through this process.
4 | COPY AND PASTE
Meta tag sounds kind of scary. But don’t let it intimidate you! All we are going to do is copy the part of the meta tag that has the numbers.
3 | SETTINGS > PINTEREST VERIFY
Go to the Pinterest verify tab under settings and this is where you will paste that 32 character string of letters + numbers.
4 | FINISH
Now go back to the tab with your Pinterest opened and press the “finish” button! Give this process 24-48 hours to do its thing and then check back to make sure your website is verified!
There you go. You just got your website confirmed on Pinterest. Pat yourself on the back, put on fuzzy socks and dance around in your kitchen, or press play to some really cool song that makes you want to smile.