How to Create a Pinterest Business Account

How to Create a Pinterest Business Account?

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12 thoughts on “How to Create a Pinterest Business Account?”

  1. Hi there,
    This is such a fantastic article on learning Digital Marketing and also setting up a proper Pinterest Business account.

    You have vividly given a step by step guide to own a fully optimized Pinterest account.

    I also have a Pinterest account but wasn’t aware of all the in-depth knowledge base you’re showing here. I’ve bookmarked your post and would definitely refer to it in the days to come.

    Thanks for sharing.

    1. You’re welcome Phomrong. 🙂

      Thanks for appreciating this article. Yes, you can now own a Pinterest Business account with the steps given in this article. And the best part is, this is only the beginning. I will be sharing more about Pinterest – how to create a board, how to create a pin, and especially a Pinterest strategy that can help you grow followers, viewership and traffic to your website. Please join my mailing to receive updates when I publish more of this Pinterest training.

  2. You opened my eyes on how to increase traffic on my website. Surely being visible in the net is the best way to get sales. And Pinterest is one of the tools we can use. Thanks for sharing this information and more power to you.

    1. You’re welcome, Emilio. Thank you for the kind words. I am humbled by what you said about me opening your eyes.

      Yes, there are many ways to drive and increase traffic to your website. I have found that Pinterest works very well for me. Hence, I share what I experienced here.

      I truly hope you try Pinterest, and I hope it brings you much wealth and success. 🙂

  3. This is the easiest and simplest step by step tutorial I have ever read to create an account on Pinterest, I know when I opened my account I became very frustrated but with this tutorial anyone can create their account without becoming anxious and frustrated as did.


    1. Glad to know that, Jeff. I am writing more Pinterest Training – e.g. how to create a board, how to create a pin, Pinterest marketing strategy, etc. Stay tuned. 🙂

  4. I have had a Pinterest account for several years now, but have never used it in my business. Thanks for creating this tutorial it is exactly what I need to get my new business account going. I am wondering whether or not to move my personal account to a business account. My question is does everything on your Pinterest business account need to be about whatever niche you are pursuing or can it have other boards that you are interested in as well. Like with my personal account I have several different boards, so should I use that or create a new one for my business?

    1. You’re welcome, Dena. And you must really start and try Pinterest. Massive amount of traffic awaits you. 🙂

      For a business account, it is ideal that all the pins and boards are related to the business topic, niche and industry. This way, your brand is very clear to the visitors. But then again, it is all right to be a little more diverse. For example, Asia Travel Gems is a travel blog that I own. I promote this blog on Pinterest, and most of my boards are related to travel. But I do have a few boards like digital marketing, food recipes and motivational quotes that are not travel related, but I am sure my followers will like. So, it is ok to have some boards that are not related to your topic, niche or industry. But not too much as that may confuse your followers.

      I personally prefer to have my personal and business accounts separate. The only time I see it as a good merge is when you are an influencer (which means you are the business) or you are a mentor or coach. For the latter, as you can guess, the lines between personal and business can be very fine. As such, it is all right to merge the two.

  5. I found this post very helpful because my personal account has a lot of boards that are related to managing back pain, achieving wellness, and correcting posture;however, I am moving more in the direction of being specific about how to prevent or manage back pain, and that means focusing on how to correct bad posture and maintain good posture—because bad posture often is followed by episodes of back pain which can become permeant.

    Thus, I think I should have a business account that focuses on correcting bad posture. You have given me a clear way to do this. Thanks.

    1. You are welcome, Thabo. I am so happy and grateful that this article has helped you and your business.

      I totally agree with you. Since you are moving more towards managing back pain, and about posture, you should have a business account that focuses on that.

      I look forward to hearing about your success with Pinterest.

    1. You’re most welcome, Frances. Please join my mailing list as I will be updating more really useful information regularly. By joining my mailing list, you get to receive the updates when I publish new posts. 🙂

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