Use These 4 Widgets for Pinterest to WordPress Website
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Today I have some resources to help you improve your visual marketing strategy on your WordPress blog with the use of Pinterest widgets. Here’s four links with tips and tricks to kick start your Monday.
If you need more subscribers then chances are you are already posting your articles to your boards. The key is to encourage your visitors to pin right from your blog posts. In order to garner more visibility you need to have the right widgets installed. Would you like to increase your content reach on Pinterest? Take advantage of these four resources, and let me know how these work for you!
1) Pin directly from your website – Pin It Button
Make your images and content easier to share. The Pin It Button is an easy to use website tool that allows you to add a button that encourages your readers to quickly pin your content. Watch your engagement and subscribers grow as your images and articles are pinned right from your website.
2) Embed your pins into images – Pin Widget
Pinning directly from a stand-out image on your blog post has never been easier with this resource. Pin Widget is simple to install with multiple layouts to choose from. Increase your pin rate and engagement with this great add-on to your website. As soon as a user clicks the icon they are taken directly to Pinterest where they can choose the right board to pin on.
3) Attract a larger following – Follow Button
You can grow your community right from your blog posts. The Follow Button can be added anywhere on your website and articles. Once a user clicks on the image they immediately become a new follower of your profile and boards. This cuts the frustration time out of having to hunt your business down on Pinterest as they can come back later to see your content.
4) Provide a glimpse of your branded boards – Board Widget
Show your audience a visual view of your boards without having to leave your website. The Board Widget allows you to display up to 30 different boards along with your most recent pins. This will encourage your readers to stick around a while and peruse your website for any related topics, products and services.
Hopefully you will find these Pinterest widgets for WordPress websites useful to your visual marketing strategy. Are there any that you would like to add as well?
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Wishing you a FAN-tastic week!