How to create a perfect Pin? Surely you repeatedly ask yourself this question when you are designing it because you want it to attract your potential customer’s attention and generate clicks.

Let’s start with The structure to create a perfect pin; it must contain:

How to create a perfect Pin for Pinterest

Use a vertical image or template, as they work best on Pinterest of size 2:3 or 800 x 1200 pixels. You can design it on Canva, which has templates with the correct Pinterest pin size.
Add a short but attractive text related to the content you want to show in your URL, so the audience knows what they will find when they click.
Keep your brand color and font. Not only do you want your pins to stand out from others, but you also want people to be able to recognize them as yours; this is achieved by being consistent with your brand colors and style.
Use beautiful images. When choosing the photo you want to include in your pin, make sure you have the right to use that image and use high-quality photos (no blurry, focus, or poorly lit photos, please).
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Oh, and don’t forget to add your logo or website to your design! Not only does this help the pins look more professional, but it also helps people identify the pins as yours.


How to properly post the perfect pin you created to Pinterest

To post a pin on Pinterest, you need to go to your account, and you will see a plus + symbol on the right-hand side there; you are going to click to bring up the screen where you will upload your pin and fill in the information:

Add a catchy title.
You have up to 500 characters of description, but the optimal is between 100 and 250. There you can add some keywords related to your topic.
You can also include between 5 and 6 # Hashtags. Pinterest allows up to 20 but only shows 4. Using 5 or 6 is adequate.
You can also select the board where you want to publish it.
If you have several boards related to the topic, you can upload them on them.

You can do it often, manually, or you can do it at different times; this will be part of your marketing strategy.

There is a handy application to help you with this issue. The most appropriate time for your pin to be seen by your audience is Tailwind.

Pinterest also allows you to leave scheduled pins at different times, the difference is that you must do it one by one, but there is no problem if you have the time. It is elementary.

When you share content from others, you must pay attention to specific details, such as that it is vertical in size, has a good web page, and is valuable content.

I advise you to do this so that Pinterest rewards, so to speak, your account by giving it more visibility.

Indispensable actions to make your Pinterest account a success
For me, the key to the success of this marketing tool is in the constancy; it is not that you launch three pins and then forget about it, come back in two weeks, then a pin, and so…

No, you’re n, not going to get the results you’re looking for on Pinterest.

To get the desired traffic to your page driven by Pinterest, you must post fresh (new) content at least once a week.

Consistency is essential to get the traffic you are looking for to your website and achieve your goals.


You may wonder then I have to spend all day on Pinterest…?

Because I have to pin at different times, to help you with that, there are sites and apps like Buffer and Hootsuite. I use Tailwind for myself and my clients because it has worked for me strategically.

You can have several consecutive days scheduled, and besides that, they have analytical data where you can see how your pins are moving, how your nails are being repinned, and your boards, and they have many tools that help you know your ideal client likes.

You can also check the article “PINTEREST MARKETING STRATEGIES,” where I give you recommendations to make your pins a success!

Good quality, eye-catching images plus text that captures the user’s attention is an excellent part of the combination for the success of your pins.

Use your creativity, let your imagination fly, remember that this is a free application, and there is no problem if you make a mistake!! It is a trial and error issue.

Also, you can look for information and tips on the most efficient and eye-catching types of images according to your kind of content, which can serve as a guide.

You can do a straightforward test by making about six pins, three with your branding colors and three with the most striking colors such as red or fuchsia, and publish them simultaneously.

After two weeks or so, you can look at the statistics to see which ones worked best for you.

As these templates are saved, you can make pins again with the templates that worked best for you and so you don’t waste so much time testing; you only have to change the image to the templates that already worked for you and add other related texts to each pin to make it perfect.


Do you repin other accounts?

Of course, I do. It’s part of this network to share, to help answer the daily questions of users with curated pins (what I explained above).

Indeed, all this that I recommend to you I have tested and proven that it works; I understand that some people are terrified to pin content from competitors. Still, related topics can be helpful and exciting for your followers that you can use as a strategy to repin.

Things on Pinterest have changed; right now, the most important thing for the platform is that you generate new content of your own at least once a week.

Remember that every pin you publish is a perfect new pin, and the algorithm will show it; even if the content is from one or more years ago, that’s one of its superpowers.

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Here’s a quick rundown on how to create a perfect Pinterest pin.
Design pins that appeal to your audience.
Use keywords to help Pinterest understand your pin image and your customer be able to find you.
Add some powerful words (SEO) to give your design a boost.
Use bright but branded colors to keep your brand identity consistent.
Use quality images to help show a point of interest; remember, it’s a visual search engine.
If you’re not good at taking photos, turn to free photo banks.
How-to and list pins (e.g., four ways to…) always work great.
Post pins correctly: description, title, keywords, and board.
Make sure to share curated content to maintain a healthy position on Pinterest.
Be consistent on the platform; share your content weekly.
Try all the pin formats Pinterest has to add value to your account. (videos, carousel, etc.)
Creating multiple pins of an article gives you more opportunity to discover what resonated with your audience.
Try a scheduler for your pins, so you have more time to spend on other things.

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