Pinterest Buttons You should Have on Your Blog

If you are looking for a way to incorporate your pinterest profile with your blog and a way to generate traffic to your blog, then you need to add the following buttons to you blog as soon as possible. These buttons are already on this blog, I don’t see a reason why you should not have them also on your blogs.

Here are they…


Pin It Button

Once installed in your browser, the “Pin It” button lets you grab an image from any website and add it to one of your pinboards. When you pin from a website, we automatically grab the source link so we can credit the original creator.


Pinterest Follow Button for Websites


The follow buttons act similarly to any linked image on your site. They can be used inline with your content, or as part of a sidebar.


Pin It Button for Websites

Adding a Pin It button to your product pages or blog posts will allow your customers and readers to pin your products onto Pinterest. Use the form below to customize your own button:


The Pin It button is made to look like and function similarly to both Facebook’s and Twitter’s buttons. Placing them together will increase the social awareness of your products.


While a description is optional, it is recommended; specifying it lowers the friction for your users to pin your products.


You can have multiple Pin It buttons on each page using the Advanced code below. For example, on a catalog. Just make sure that each one is next to and associated with the correct product, visually.


Pinterest Logo

Here is our logo for you to display. It was lovingly crafted – please don’t manipulate it.





To get the buttons for your blog, please go to the source – Pinterest Goodies


Originally posted 2012-03-03 18:41:10.

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