Are you just starting out with Pinterest marketing and unsure how to add Pins to Pinterest? No worries, we all have to start somewhere… that’s why we put together this handy guide!
We’ll be covering all the different ways you can add Pins to Pinterest on both desktop and mobile.
With this beginner-friendly guide, you’ll learn how to add a Pin to Pinterest in no time!
This blog post will help you learn how to add a Pin to Pinterest in 3 easy methods.
Plus, we’ll go over how to save and schedule Pins using the Tailwind Browser Extension.
Sound good? Then let’s learn how to add stuff to Pinterest!
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You might be asking yourself, how do I Pin on Pinterest? We’ve all been there!
Here are a few ways you can easily add a Pin to Pinterest:
This post will go over each of these methods in more detail including steps for Pinning and useful tips!
You might be thinking, how do you Pin a picture to Pinterest? Great news: you can create a Pin with photos and videos from your computer or your camera roll via the Pinterest mobile app.
Related Reading 📚: The Ultimate Pinterest Image Size Guide
First, let’s cover desktop:
With these simple steps, you can add Pins to Pinterest using your desktop computer:
Learn how to add your own Pin to Pinterest with the Pinterest mobile app. This process is the same for both Android and iPhone versions of the Pinterest app!
Steps to add pictures to Pinterest app:
Don’t have an image or video of your own to Pin? No worries – you can Pin from a website.
You can use Pinterest to find an image and create a Pin on your Board. This is especially handy for Pinning your favorite articles and recipes!
The following explains how to use URLs to create Pins for your Boards on desktop and mobile.
Here are quick and easy steps to Pin to Pinterest from a website using the URL:
Wondering how to add a Pin from a website using the Pinterest mobile app?
Follow these steps that are similar for Android and iPhone versions of the Pinterest mobile app:
With a browser extension, you can add Pins to your Boards from images on a web page or social media.
If the site has Pinning images enabled, you can hover over each and click the “Pin It” button that pops up. Or, you can save time and scrolling with the browser extension!
We will go over the two browser extensions that work great for this in the sections below.
Practice Pinning from a website here 📌:
There are two browser extensions you can use to add a Pin to Pinterest from the web: the Pinterest Browser extension and the Tailwind Browser extension.
As you’re visiting websites, click the Pinterest logo in your browser. Choose an image for your Pin and select a Board to save it to.
With the Tailwind Browser extension, you can save images from websites to your drafts, or schedule them immediately!
As you come across a website you’d like to Pin, hover over the image you’d like to add to your Pinterest Boards.
Select the Tailwind “Schedule” button that pops up. Select the Board you’d like to add your Pin to.
Type your Pin Description. Save for later, or add to your Pin Publisher Queue right then and there!
So how do you add things to Pinterest? Adding Pins to Pinterest is easy with these 3 methods of Pinning:
Upload your own Pin, manually Pin from the web, or by using a Browser extension.
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To save time, schedule your Pinterest Pins with Tailwind! Our Pin scheduling tool helps you schedule and publish Pins at the times when your audience is most likely to see them and engage.
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Tabitha is a top-rated Pinterest strategist helping businesses build brand awareness and get actionable results on Pinterest. She is also a speaker, course creator, and long-time blogger. You can find some of her published articles in San Diego Family Magazine. Aside from her Pinterest marketing business, Tabitha is most known for being a breast milk donor. Her story went viral and has been featured in the media worldwide. She was interviewed by Good Morning America and is featured on many media outlets including Inside Edition.
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