Author Ropesa
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In this tutorial I am going to show you how to claim your website on Pinterest, I am using a plugin called Insert Headers and Footers to place the code, And its the same plugin I used to place my Google and Bing codes.

I think that is the easiest way especially for people who don't have experience in codes.

And note that to claim your other accounts like social media accounts there is no codes involved, you will just click claim and then your accounts like Instagram or Youtube, will be connected to Pinterest, that is if you want them connected.

If not then don't Claim your social media accounts, but you must claim your website.

Another thing I have learned from Pinterest, you need to have one account per website, that is why I decided to create a new account for my SAC website because I can see that if you are niche targeted you get better results on Pinterest, but if you have many websites and many niches on one account, the results are not so good.

Step one- you need to create a business account on Pinterest or if you already have a personal account, you need to change it into a business acount.

Step two - you need to claim your website, just go to your Pinterest profile and Click edit settings,(its on the right side of your creen where you see three dots) then scroll down to where it says claim website and click claim.

Step three- highlite and copy the HTML code and then click next, head over to the back end of your website (Dash board) then go to Plugins-add new then search for a plugin called Insert Headers and Footers.

Step four- install and activate the plugin, and then paste the code on the part that says headers and then click save. now head over to Pinterest and click submit.

And then you should recieve an Email From Pinterest confirming that you have claimed your website usually within 24 hours..

You might be also interested in my other tutorial on how to create a pin for Pinterest using Canva, so check it out.Thank you for your time and please share your thoughts below

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ElaineR1 Premium
This was extremely helpful and easy! Thank you so much for posting! By the way the plug - in for the pin it button, nothing came up when I typed "Pinterest pin it button" into the search box. So I browsed Wordpresses plugins and tried the "auto pin it button" plug in instead. That seemed to be what I was looking for.

Thanks again.
Elaine
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Jadatherapy Premium
Thank you this was a great help much appreciated

Jennifer
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Ropesa Premium
Thank you Jennifer
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Jadatherapy Premium
You are welcome

Keep up the great work you are doing

Jennifer
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BobRoman Premium
Awesome!

Thanks a lot for sharing!

Wish you all the best!

Bob
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Ropesa Premium
Thank you Bob
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TitaWorks Premium
Thank you, Rose....

-- Netta
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Ropesa Premium
You are welcome and thank you for watching and commenting
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lesabre Premium
Hi Rose, thank you for the share.

Michael
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Talk2Ray Premium
Hi Rose, thank you for sharing this tutorial, I loved it, really helped me understand how to set up a Pinterest account for my business.
I have a personal account but it is too cluttered, this will be of great help to me.
Thanks
Ray
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Ropesa Premium
Thank you Ray, I am glad you found the tutorial helpful
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kiliwia62 Premium
Great tutorial hank you for sharing :)
Sylvia
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Ropesa Premium
Thank you Sylvia
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Kghosh Premium
Hi Ropesa!
My niche is WA affiliate marketing. I am too much worried about writing articles on it. Would you kindly give me some idea on it so that I can start. I would be grateful if you could please.
Thanks,
Kalyan.
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Ropesa Premium
well if you are in the affiliate marketing niche it means you are in the make money online niche which means you articles will focus on ways to make money online, and that's how affiliate marketing comes in.
You will cover topics like learning how to make money online, what is affiliate marketing, how to make money with affiliate marketing, affiliate marketing for beginners.

I say get on Jaaxy and find keywords and then use those keywords in your articles and also continue following the training, things will get easier I promise.
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Kghosh Premium
Thanks, Ropesa!
Your help is much appreciated.
Thanks again,
Kalyan.
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Kghosh Premium
Hi Ropesa!
My website is not yet ready. Please tell me, whether I should do it now or later.
Thanks,
Kalyan.
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Ropesa Premium
Hi, you can do it later after you have added a few articles.
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Twack Premium
Stunning info Rose. I'm doing it as we speak. Awesome.
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Ropesa Premium
Thank you Twack. Pinterest is a great source of organic traffic, and by claiming your website, you get access to your analytics and other awesome things :).
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Twack Premium
Done and submitted, thank you.
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Ropesa Premium
Perfect.
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feigner Premium
i noticed when you pasted the pinterest code into headers and footers you didn't click on save.
without this you have not added the code to your head section of your site and pinterest will not verify your site.
another useful plugin to do this and a lot more is detaild in my training on google verification not only can you add code to your head and footer you can also control your google adsense placements all in one plugin rather than having one for the head section and another for adsenes.
thanks for the training.
phil
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Ropesa Premium
Thank you yes you have to click save I have stated in the text that you have to click save, step four.
Its the same plugin I use for my Google Analytics and other Google and Bing codes.
Thank you for sharing your training here, I will check it out too.
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