I love Pinterest.
Do you love Pinterest?
If you don’t, you should! It’s an unbelievably amazing source for anything you want. A new potato salad recipe, birthday party ideas, how to decorate your bedroom nightstand, places to visit in Europe… you’ll find awesome pictures and links to the content there, I guarantee it.
Pinterest is one of my site’s biggest sources for page views. I don’t think that is uncommon, either. As a blogger, you should definitely have an active Pinterest page. Well, that’s just my opinion. Even if you don’t, people can pin your content anyway.
Today’s tutorial is how to embed a Pinterest board on your website. The board will show up as an image, and have a clickable link to Pinterest. If you have a board you want to feature on your blog, this is a beautiful way to display it!
Go to the Widget Builder page on Pinterest for Business. You do not need to be registered as a business to build a widget.
Click the ‘board widget’ option. Enter the URL for your Pinterest board you want to display, then click ‘build it!’
Updated on 8/14/2014! Pinterest made this step easier, woo! You will see a preview of your board pop up, along with a piece of coding. Highlight and copy the code, and place it wherever you want the board to show in your website. Make sure you’re using the HTML editor, not a ‘visual’ editor!
The board may not show in your publisher. You can preview your post or page to see if it is placed where you want it.
And viola! You have an embedded Pinterest board!
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Do you have Pinterest? Do you find this tutorial useful?