Pinterest has had some important changes to their platform this year, including new analytics to keep track of your pins. This Cheat Sheet will help you to get up to speed on new dimensions for images on Pinterest.
In this post, I feature a brilliantly simple infographic from Mitt Ray of Social Marketing Writing. And some interesting stats and tips that you should keep in mind when posting to Pinterest.
Even if you don’t post to Pinterest, there is one tip in particular that is relevant to every business owner with a website – one you can’t afford to miss.
Let’s jump straight in and take a look at the infographic – then I’ll meet you on the other side for some interesting tips and stats that you can’t ignore if you are:
(a) posting to Pinterest with a personal or business Pinterest account
(b) not posting to Pinterest….but you have a website. Believe me, you are going to want to know about this one!
But first, here is the inforaphic from Mitt Ray at Social Marketing Writing:
Image Size Changes to take Notice of:
#1 Optimum Image Width has Changed for Images on Pinterest
#2 Images that are 2:3 aspect ratio get More Repins
#3 Minimum Image Size has changed to 100 x 200 pixels
It’s Audit time!
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