Pinterest is a popular social media platforms to share your photos, videos, and other visual content. Verifying or claiming your website on Pinterest will help you to learn more about your visitors using Pinterest Analytics tool.

Claiming your site on Pinterest will get you access to site analytics and let people know where they can find more of your content. Your profile picture will show up next to any Pins that come from your site, and a small globe icon will appear next to your website URL on your profile.

How to claim your site?

For most sites, to verify your site for webmaster tools, you usually need to upload an HTML document to your webserver or alter a DNS entry on your domain registrar website. Since this isn’t always the easiest thing to do and in case you’re not technical, CONJ PowerPack’s site verification module is here to help.

Verify your sites in a various platforms like Google, Bing, and Pinterest.

Follow the steps below to verify your WordPress site on Pinterest:

  1. First, You’ll need to sign in with a Pinterest account if you’re not already logged in.
  2. Navigate to Pinterest to get started.
  3. Go to your profile and click the gear menu, then Edit Settings.
  4. Click on the Claim tab.
  5. You’ll then be prompted to add your site by entering its URL.
  6. Click the Claim button.
  7. Select the Add HTML tag option.
  8. You’ll see a line of HTML code like the following:
    • <meta name="p:domain_verify" content="8525e3384b3545e21f0910de21"/>
  9. Copy the entire meta tag shown in the screen/field.
  10. Leave the verification page open and go to your site dashboard (in a new tab/window).
    1. Log into your WordPress website and navigate to CONJ PowerPack.
    2. From the sidebar on the left, select the Site Verification tab.
    3. Locate the Pinterest Site Verification text-field and paste your meta-tag in.
    4. Click Save Changes.
  11. Go back to Pinterest’s verification page and click Next then Submit on the Submit for review window.
  12. At this point, your site should be connected to Pinterest Analytics service and start sending data to your account page.

Last updated: 3 years ago

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