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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

I’ve been looking for something like Tasty Pins for a while. Now that I’ve implemented it, I’m so happy that my readers can easily share and pin my content and the descriptions are already there.
Thumbs up! One plugin that every blogger should use!

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Viktoria Urbanek

Chronic Wanderlust

As a new blogger, I have spent the past year trying to figure “everything” out. I didn’t want to spend money until I knew what I was doing. I quickly learned that I would never know all the ins and outs and investing in something to help is smart and a huge time saver. I had noticed that most of my traffic was coming from Pinterest and finally decided to add the Tasty Pins plugin. I wish I had done it sooner! The first time I used it my traffic skyrocketed! The plugin is easy to use and I know if I ever need help the WP Tasty crew is right there! I highly recommend adding this plugin if Pinterest is a focus for your blog.

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Laura Ali

On The Kitchen Shelf

I was always wondering how other bloggers made their site so ‘Pinnable,’ and I’m so happy to have discovered that Tasty Pins is the answer!
When someone pins an image from your blog, you can use Tasty Pins to override the selected image and use your Pinterest preferred image, complete with a Pinterest-friendly description that you’ve already created.

No more wonky pins of half of your logo, or horizontal images with ‘img0001.jpg’ as the description.

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Paula Hingley

How To Make Dinner

There are a lot of steps to remember when when we are posting new content. After a post is live on the site, it is easy to think the job is done; but actually there is still the most important step – adding a keyword rich pin description to our best traffic resource PINTEREST! Since we started using Tasty Pins plugin the final & most important step has been made a breeze. When new content is ready to hit Pinterest I’m confident post image is fully equipped with a rich pin description and rich hashtags.

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Andrea

Listotic

I recently bought Tasty Pins because it was referred to me by a friend. I love the fact that I can or anyone can pin my images from my blog. It feels like my blog is not alone on the web, as funny as it sounds. I love it and I will recommend it to my friends who have or will make a blog.

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Enyver Appenzeller

TenPointFloralDesign

I wasted so much time trying to figure out how to attach and hide Pinterest pins to my blog posts. Then, when I finally figured that out I had to try to work out how to add descriptions. I was getting nowhere fast.

I was so glad I found Tasty Pins. They couldn’t have made it any easier to use. I am not techy at all and love the simplicity of Tasty Pins. I would recommend Tasty Pins to everyone with a blog who uses Pinterest. Definitely money well spent.

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Karen Smedley

My Path To Travel

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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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