How-to Properly Set Up Image Tags for Pinterest Sharing

How-to Properly Set Up Image Tags for Pinterest Sharing via @RyanHanley_Com

For the third installment of my How-To Blog Your Business Video Tutorial Series we discuss how to properly set up image tags for Pinterest sharing (see tutorials number one and two below).

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How-to Properly Set Up Image Tags for Pinterest Sharing via @RyanHanley_ComThis is going to seem like a small thing.  But as I’ve said before, when it comes to getting found Online every little thing matters.

Whether you realize it or not people are coming to your website and pinning the pictures in your blog posts to Pinterest (Unless you don’t use images and that is a whole other discussion).  Your blog visitors can do this even if you don’t have a Pinterest button by adding a Pin It Button to their web browser.

In order to effectively brand the photos pinned from you blog post you must properly set-up image tags.

Watch the video to find out how…

(If you cannot view the video Click Here)

I use the Pin It Button to collect blog posts for the Content Creation Curation every week, so if you haven’t added it to your web browser and you would like to fully utilize Pinterest then I recommend doing so.

The Rub

Remember it’s all about doing the little things that put the right piece of content in front of the right person that leads to dollars in your pocket.

If you have a picture on your blog and someone pins that picture the description should read the way YOU want it to read and your branding should be all over it.

The more people see your name, the more their going to believe you know what you’re doing (even if you don’t) and more their going to want to do business with you.

And if you found this tutorial helpful… please let people know:

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Thank you and Good luck,

I am Ryan Hanley and this is Content Warfare.