Last Updated on November 4, 2021 by Scott Charleboix
In this post, how to make vertical pins for Pinterest I’ll show you some of the very first Pinterest pins that I made when I started blogging in July of 2020. By the way, I’ve changed my website from Pinterest Artwork to PinArtwork.
How to make vertical pins for Pinterest
Let’s get started by saying that the correct size for a Pinterest pin (until Pinterest decides to change it again) is 1,000 x 1,500 pixels. The easiest way to make Pinterest pins is with a program that you can use for free called Canva. If you like the program you can subscribe to get all of the images with their program called Canva Pro.
Dang it!**)%U_ Right in the middle of my blog. I was getting ready to get to the meat of my blog and I lost all of my work. The key lesson to pass on is to Save, Save, Save.
For information about How to Create a Pin, or How to Create a Board visit the Blog Post: Really Superb Pinning Usage for Powerful Pinterest SEO.
I’m going to go into detail and learn about the different types of pins for Pinterest.
I’m showing you before and after pins so that you’ll be able to see the difference as I make my progress. Before I start adding the images into my gallery, I noticed earlier that when I tried to add my files that they weren’t in the alphabetical sequence.
You don’t have to go to extremes to rename your images, but I like being organized.
Pinterest also allows you to have “secret” boards that the contents aren’t visible. One suggestion is to make a secret board named Work in Progress for items that you want to work on.
9/12/2020: I ran a cleanup program to delete my duplicate images and in the process, a lot of my “Before” images were inadvertently deleted. The pins depicted below are some of the “old” Pinterest Board Covers.