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"Tasty Pins is a genius plugin that allows you to align the Pinterest and SEO worlds. Fantastic."
Kate Ahl / Simple Pin Media

Tasty Pins has made it so easy to customize exactly what images I want my users to interact with — so perfect for Pinterest marketing! The support team is beyond helpful and it’s wonderful to be able to focus on other things knowing that Tasty Pins is working with me to keep my Pinterest strategy on track. I can’t imagine my blog without this plug-in!

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Jessica Cody

Drawn & Buttered

If you’re a food blogger struggling with cracking the code on Google SEO and Pinterest, there are no better tools out there than Tasty Pins and Tasty Recipes. My workflow for new content is streamlined, simple, and checks off all the necessary boxes for maximizing opportunities to reach new readers. In two weeks, I’m already seeing a significant jump in Pinterest views thanks to these tools. Simple instructions, simple implementation, superb guidance and customer care make these plug-ins no brainers. I only wish I had installed them sooner!

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Jen Czupek

Apéritif Friday

I love Tasty Pins! It makes it so easy to add the alt text, so it translates easily to Pinterest. It was easy to install and the support staff has been great to work with. Totally recommend!

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Michelle Minnaar

Greedy Gourmet

I installed Tasty Pins after reading a recommendation from Kate at Simple Pin Media. The plugin is easy to install and set up. I had one minor issue, which Tasty Pins were quick to help with – it involved a setting I had on my site needing changing. So far so happy, it’s great having the functionality that Tasty Pins offers.

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Luci Hindmarsh

Mums Make Lists

Like many bloggers, I was using the image title tag (image title attribute) for my Pin descriptions. However, the new WordPress block editor aka Gutenberg no longer supports that tag. I needed a solution that would give me an easy way to enter Pin descriptions and continue to use alt text for accessibility and SEO.
Tasty Pins was the answer! Now my images are optimized for SEO, Pinterest, and accessible too.
I found Tasty Pins to be easy to use from the start. Their customer service has been great with quick response time for my inquiries. It’s a plugin I highly recommend.

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Renee Dobbs

Spoiled Hounds

I don’t know where you were my whole blogging life. I was struggling with SEO and Pinterest getting the pins to be ready for Pinterest and be SEO friendly in alt text. I also wanted additional images for my posts that were not shown and hidden so that when someone goes to pin they can pick one of the others. The plugin does everything and makes it so easy to do it. I am so glad I found it. I haven’t fixed all my posts yet but all my new posts are using it and slowly going back through everything else and making them Pinterest ready!

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Jodi Carlson

Leader Connecting Leaders

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Common Questions

  • Why do I need to set a separate Pinterest Description?

    Setting a separate pin description enables you to properly use the alt tag for the visually impaired as well as for search engine ranking, while still providing Pinterest with optimized pin descriptions.

  • What is an alt tag?

    The alt tag is a hidden description of an image that exists in the page source code. It is used by search engines and the visually impaired to help them understand what is on the page.

  • What happens to my existing alt tags?

    Your existing alt tags will remain as they are. You can add Pinterest descriptions and optimized alt tags at your convenience.

  • Will using this plugin make my blog appear higher in search results?

    It can help! Google uses website accessibility as a ranking factor, so websites that use proper alt tags have better SEO. However, there are many other factors that go into performance on search engines.

  • How much does Tasty Pins cost?

    Tasty Pins is $29 per year. If you decide not to renew, the plugin will still work, but you won't get any updates.

  • Is there a free version of Tasty Pins?

    There's not. We wanted to build a plugin that was built well and supported well, and both of those things come at a cost that made a free version prohibitive in the long run.

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