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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 is an excellent tool for any blogger. The time it saves me, and the ease of use is invaluable! Having a plugin that allows me to input the title and description of my Pinterest pin, right into the photos I upload to my blog, is a lifesaver! Now I can schedule directly from my blog to Tailwind and save so much time, and every picture pinned from my site already has the SEO info input on the backend, increasing my Pinterest traffic even more!

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Amy Whitfield

The Speedy Spatula

I feel like my blog has two lives, before Tasty Pins and after Tasty Pins. What a difference this plugin has made. If you are not using Tasty Pins, you need to be. Tasty Pins allows you to set a description that is perfect for Pinterest, plus an alt text for Google with each image you place on a blog post. I can choose not to have an image offered as a pin option, as some of those images are just not pin-worthy. Oh, and my favorite feature of all, I can hide multiple pins in a post so my readers have lots of pins to choose from, but I don’t have to crowd those tall, Pinterest optimized images into my post. I am slowly but intentionally getting through these old posts and optimizing all of my images for Pinterest and Google with Tasty Pins. I wish I would have purchased Tasty Pins long ago. My advice to you, if you’re thinking about it, do it.

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Jenny Bhatia

Traveling Party of Four

I recently invested in Tasty Pins for my travel blog and I have to say – I LOVE it! I was so frustrated by all of the images that came up while trying to pin from my posts, but now that I can disable pinning for most of my images, that problem is going away as I update my older posts. I love that it doesn’t cost a lot, but still makes my life easier. I definitely recommend Tasty Pins for bloggers in any niche who love to use Pinterest.

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Kiana Bakken

Off the Rock Adventures

I was reading advice from other bloggers (whose names I can’t recall at the moment, sorry!) who suggested using Tasty Pins to promote traffic and make it easier to make pins. I thought it was worth looking into and I’m glad I did. Not only is the staff super helpful, but the method works. Thanks, Tasty Pins!

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Faith B

Blissful Faith

I’d heard the buzz about Tasty Pins for a long time but was comfortable coding pin descriptions for my site. I finally decided to take the plunge and now I wish I had done it sooner. It’s so easy to add descriptions! Yeah! My goal for the new year is to dig deeper into Tasty Pins functions and to explore the support sections of the website. An amazing tool!

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Cathy Bennett Kopf

The Open Suitcase

I live and travel on a sailboat, and the last thing I want to do is spend all day optimizing my site for Pinterest and SEO. I’d much rather be out snorkeling or eating delicious street food. So anything that helps me save time on my blog is important to me. Tasty Pins was a gamechanger. I love that it lets me disable pinning of certain images and force pin the images I knew would get more engagement. It also saves me a ton of time optimizing my images and pins for Pinterest and SEO. So now I can spend more time living my life and creating great content and less time fiddling with the small details that eat up so much time. I highly recommend this plugin for any serious blogger.

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Melody DiCroce

Saving to Sail

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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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