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How to easily create click-worthy Pinterest Graphics

  1. I have to put more effort into Pinterest. But I had the portrait aspect ratio. I keep forgetting tags. I just need to do it.

    • Emily says:

      Pinterest does take some time to get the hang of and as of late, they’d made a lot of changes but I do think once you put in the time you can really begin to reap the benefits of Pinterest!

  2. Robin says:

    Great Information! I’ve been using the 2:3 ratio for a couple of years and it does seem to get a lot more interest.

    • Emily says:

      Thank you, Robin! I have been using the ratio as well and I agree, Pinterest does seem to favor it and if it’s not broke, don’t fix it!

  3. Cynthia says:

    Thanks for these tips! I’ve got to utilize my Pinterest account better for my new blog!!

    • Emily says:

      Pinterest is really incredible for marketing blogs and other resources online but as with anything else, there is a learning curve! I’m glad you found these tips helpful, Cynthia!

  4. Natalie Rose says:

    This is soooo helpful thank you. Still finding my way with Pinterest so this is very useful.

    • Emily says:

      There is so much to learn about Pinterest and things change so quickly online but it is a really incredible platform to market your blog and other resources online! Glad you found this post so helpful Natalie!

  5. Sarah says:

    Thank you for this article! I’ve been reading everything I can about Pinterest, and your article had some great insights. I really love the headline analyzer! Headlines are the bane of my writing existence. The analyzer is so helpful!!

    • Emily says:

      There is so much to learn about Pinterest and things are always changing but I’m so glad you found my post helpful! Yes! That headline analyzer is a game changer! Thank you so much, Sarah!

  6. Nicole says:

    Thank you for this information! I am trying my best to learn what I can about Pinterest since it seems the best platform for me in my blog journey! I appreciate your post and will be coming back in the future 🙂

    • Emily says:

      There is so much out there to learn about Pinterest and just like anything else on the internet, things change quickly! Good luck on your blogging journey Nicole and thanks for stopping by!

  7. Chelsae says:

    Great post! How do you insert the multiple photos that you created to be pinned to your post, without them showing on the blog? That way they only show when clicking to be pinned.

    • Emily says:

      Thank you! I actually don’t hide pins in my post but there is a code you can add to hide multiple pins within your post. When you add an image to your post that you want hidden, click on “text” to add a code. You will see your image code where you posted it. It’ll look something like img class=…in front of that code you would add

      then at the end of the image code, it usually ends with the dimensions of the image, you add

      I’ve noticed sometimes this works and sometimes it doesn’t depending on your theme in WordPress. I hope that helped answer your question a bit!

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  9. Yaroslav says:

    Thank you so much for this post! I’ve been looking into using Pinterest to promote my blog and this is great! (also, there’s a small typo where it says “make your fist affiliate sale”)

  10. Lisa says:

    Thanks for the excellent information! I’m definitely going to check out the headline analyzer tool you recommended. Appreciate the post!

    • Emily says:

      You’re very welcome, Lisa! I’m so glad you found this Pinterest marketing post so helpful! The headline analyzer tool is so so helpful to really convey your message with Pinterest pins and really target your audience so they click through.

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