Pinterest: How to check who's pinned things from your website
Pinterest is a growing bookmarking (pinning) service that can be a strong tool in helping you build and acquire a web audience. By pinning images and articles from your website, Pinterest helps your users visually share your content with others. We all know that social sharing will continue to be a major staple in the SEO game for years to come - maybe even rivalling the generic and more traditional web search traffic.
Recently, Pinterest has launched a bunch of business tools and analytics to help it's users get more feedback. One lesser known fact however, is the ability to search all the pins on Pinterest that are from your website domain. This includes pins from every Pinterest user that has a pin which links back to your website (excluding pins on private boards).
How to find every pinterest Pin that is from your website:
It's pretty simple. Just enter the URL below and replace [your url] with your website URL:
For example, the image above is a screenshot of all the pins that are from here (www.itchban.com) and the URL I would use to get there would be:
http://www.pinterest.com/source/www.itchban.com (either one works).
My stripped down full kit I usually travel with. It includes (almost) everything I need for most photo & video jobs. I’ve written some comments & notes on a few of the key pieces. Click through:
You guys really seem to enjoy all the tips / bts stuff I share on my Instagram. I’ve started a new Instagram account to permanently house stuff like this. Tips, Tricks, Tutorials, Travel guides, features, lol - a more permanent home for stuff that doesn’t belong on my main.
My august travel plans
Hi friends! I have been busy planning some exciting travel projects in the coming months. I've finally locked in the projects and booked the flights so I thought I'd take a minute to give you a quick update on my upcoming adventures! Find out where I’m headed:
series has moved: ITCHBAN.TUMBLR.COM
Hi friends. Just checking in to let you know that I've decided to move Visual Inspirations series (see below) off to it's very own Tumblr blog. Most of the images in the visual inspirations series are sourced from Tumblr anyway so this just made more sense.
Do check it out - on desktop if you can. The blog looks best browsed on a large desktop monitor:
Yep - I lost two whole years worth of photos and videos. I didn’t take my storage workflow seriously enough and I paid the price. I’ve since revamped my entire workflow from the bottom up, and have come up with a pretty great solution.
Click through to read my full guide on how I setup my new storage workflow.