News from Pinterest

09 Nov

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Jeff Bullas has an interesting new article, written by Tehmina Zamanon, on his blog, how you can now brand your (writing) business on Pinterest.

So far your website / domain name / blog was hidden behind a planet earth icon in the About section on your Pinterest page.

Pinterest’s new verification will let you display your full website URL on your Pinterest profile. Users will also see a red check mark next to your domain in search results and on your profile.

You can follow this quick 3-step-process to help you verify your website on Pinterest, checking each step on the screen shots in this blog post: how to download your HTML verification file, how to upload it to the server and to verify your website on Pinterest.

And these are the Benefits Of Verifying Your Website:

  • More engagement and traffic
  • You can boost your online visibility and SEO
  • Pinners can find out about you and your business quickly and easily.

Read more at Jeff Bulla’s blog and see how easy it is to very your website.




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