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A Quick and Easy Way To See Which Of Your Images Visitors Are Pinning On Pinterest!

Are You Getting Pinterest Love?

Have you ever wanted to be able to find out which of your images are getting pinned from your website onto Pinterest by your visitors?

Fortunately, Pinterest makes it really easy to see all pinned images – from any site – and thus, from your own as well!

The way we do this is by using:

http://pinterest.com/source/your-domain-url.com/

Simply edit the line above, to have your domain in it where the spaceholder is, and plot it in your web browser.

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For example: http://pinterest.com/source/just-ask-kim.com/

A Quick and Easy Way To See Which Of Your Images Visitors Are Pinning On Pinterest! image Pinterest Source URL

Get a 404 error? Either (1) you have a typo in the URL you have used or (2) no images have been pinned from your site!

Feeling nosey? You can quickly and easily look at your competition’s results using this method too!

This is a quick and easy way to see if a post you put up last week is getting pinned from your blog (or not).

Looking for my pinterest button? Simply click on the orange “Share” button above… then scroll down to “more” and you’ll find dozens of options including Pinterest!

Have fun and let me know if it works for you!

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  1. That’s one way to see what people are pinning. If you’re a large business or one that gets a lot of pins, it’s terribly incomplete. It only lists some of your pins.
    Check out our product PinAlerts – it’s free and sends you an email each time someone pins something from your website. You can also see what they wrote about you without having to click through to Pinterest.

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    Janet
    Co-founder PinAlerts.com

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