Step 3 - Embedding Pins into Your Blog Post

Now we're onto the final step.

You want to go to a pin that you've saved to one of your boards. Pick a pin that you want to go into your blog post.

Hit the three dots above the pin and then click "Embed".

Choose the size you want the pin and then choose whether or not to hide the description. (I choose to hide it because it can be really long.)

Scroll to the bottom of the page

Copy and paste the code that you're given. There's also a reminder about the code that you need to add before the </body> tag. That's the one we added in step 1, so you can ignore that here.

Now go back to your blog post.

Select where you want to add your pin and then hit "Text" to get the text editor instead of the visual editor.

Paste the code in.

Add a - before the </a> tag as a placeholder.


Click back to the visual editor, and here's what you see:

When you preview, or publish your post, your newly embedded pin will be there.

Here's an example of where I used these embedded pins in a blog post so you can get a visual of how it looks when done.

https://pickplants.com/11-best-plant-based-sandwiches-with-avocado/

And that's it!

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial, and I hope you'll be able to use it to get content inspiration from other people's pins.

Leave any questions in the comment section below.

As a reminder, here is the video version of this training if you prefer that format:

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/training/how-to-embed-pinterest-pins-to-a-blog-post-and-get-more-content-ideas

Thanks for reading!

- Christina



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JeffreyBrown Premium
Great idea, and Great training, Christina! Bookmarking this as well, my friend!😊👍👍
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cld111 Premium
My pleasure, thanks for reading!

- Christina
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timstime20 Premium
Thank you for the training
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cld111 Premium
Thanks, Tim!

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BobMargroff Premium
Thanks Christina, I will definitely put this to use... there are tons of Pins that are usable and it doesn't matter what niche either...they are all there... at least there is a pin for every niche.

Bob
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cld111 Premium
Yes, there must be a pin for every niche. There are tons of people on Pinterest!

- Christina
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BobMargroff Premium
I noticed. I have an account with them and just haven’t taken the time to do a lot with it. I plan to get more into it in the next couple of weeks. I will definitely put your training to use then.
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ExpatMark Premium
Thanks Christina. You read my mind. I am budgeting time after this January busy season slows down and 2 hours a day going to Pinterest training for me. Bookmarked for sure. Have a great rest of the weekend.
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cld111 Premium
Pinterest is a fun platform to learn if you like pretty pictures! lol

Have a great rest of your weekend too!

- Christina
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BrendaMZ Premium
Thank you for doing this. Now I can read it. I bookmarked this.
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cld111 Premium
Glad I could help!

- Christina
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