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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I recently bought Tasty PinsĀ 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


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

I love Tasty Pins! I usually have 3-5 Pinterest Images for each blog post. Tasty Pins makes it so easy to add the images and make them pinnable with descriptions. And you can easily hide the Pins you don’t want to show in the blog post and they can still be pinned.
It’s an awesome plugin I would recommend everyone who uses Pinterest!

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Nina Pramendorfer

Pramis Bastelwelt

Creating pin descriptions and managing my pins for my blog was such a pain before I got Tasty Pins. Writing in code on my images got old fast. I absolutely LOVE how easy it is to add descriptions for my pins on my blog now that I have Tasty Pins! No way am I going back to the old way! Definitely worth the money + more!

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Barb Hudson

Making It Home

I’ve been using Tasty Recipes for a few years now and just added Tasty Pins to the mix. I love both these plugins because they take the guesswork out of figuring out some of the more technical aspects of running a food blog – and knowing that they were developed by a reputable food blogger makes me that much more confident that I’m investing in products that are well-researched and well-tested. Thanks guys!

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Alex Azary

Bright-Eyed Baker

Thank you for Tasty Pins. I had been manually installing the Pinterest code thinking I had it right only to realize the code didn’t work and I had to fix almost one hundred pins. Using the Tasty Pins plugin has been so worth the money in making adding the Pinterest Code very easy and I know the code is done correctly. Not only does Tasty Pins save me time, it means my pins are optimized. I love it.

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Jere Cassidy

One Hot Oven

As a new blogger I struggled with getting the descriptions to work when people pinned my content. Tasty Pins makes it so easy and it works!

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James Strange


I purchased Tasty Pins a few weeks ago and I feel that I have had an increase in interest in my pins since they can all have a great description + cleaning up my alt text. The best part is controlling the pin I want them to pin. Great addition to my site. I am working slowly to get full pin descriptions on my old popular pins. Advice: The sooner you get Tasty Pins, the less backtracking you will have to do. Wish I had gotten it sooner!

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Kim Smith

The Hypertufa Gardener

My Pinterest game was terrible! As a new blogger, everything was so foreign to me when it came to Pinterest and SEO. A friend recommended Tasty Pins to me and I will never regret adding this to my Pinterest strategy. My views on Pinterest are amazing and this translates into real traffic to my blog. Tasty Pins is a game-changer if you are serious about making a living from blogging! It makes everything so much easier!

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Tricia Snow

Born to be Boomers

Thank you so much for creating the Tasty Pins plugin! Before using Tasty Pins, I struggling with getting my pins seen on Pinterest, on an average of 10-30 views. I have some pins with higher views of above 40, but those usually take a few months to reach such numbers. In my first week using Tasty Pins, my Pins could reach 200 views within a few days. I’ve tested and compared publishing Pins using Tasty Pins and without it. The difference is HUGE! Thank you so much once again for making this plugin! It’s definitely worth purchasing šŸ˜€

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Jessie Katsukin T.

The Blushy Kitten

I don’t know why I put off getting the Tasty Pins plugins for so long! I was working around the alt text and pin description issue with HTML but it was tedious and time-consuming. Tasty Pins makes it so much easier to separate the two and more than I expected. I love how I can create multiple pins and hide them in a single post. Before getting the plugin I was limited to a single pin and, as we know, Pinterest LOVES “fresh” pins so the more the better. It’s made my job as a Pinterest Manager so much easier. I love Tasty Pins!

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Sarah Fournier

Caffeine and Conquer

Tasty Pins has made optimizing pins for Pinterest and Google possible for me. Before Tasty Pins, I wasn’t able to include Pinterest text with each image. Maybe there’s another way to do it, but I haven’t found it. I also like that I can tag images that I don’t want on Pinterest because some images just won’t look right.

Tasty Pins was well worth the small investment. I only wish I would have bought it sooner.

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Rebecca B. Kimber


I would like to say a HUGE thank you for creating the Tasty Pins plugin! It’s been such a game-changer (and time saver!) when it comes to pleasing Google and Pinterest. Not only that, it’s so easy to use and is really well priced.

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Liana Green

Liana's Kitchen

As a fairly new blogger, I am the first to admit I know nothing about SEO. You get told all the time that your Pinterest images are super important but I had no clue what they were talking about. One day a fellow blogger said you need Tasty Pins and that if you purchase only one thing to help your blog, this is it. She was right! I never have to worry again about optimized Pinterest images, if I’m forgetting something or doing something wrong. I love how easy it is to use and the unlimited support is invaluable. Best money I ever spent to grow my blog!

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Cindy Richter

County Road 407

I was able to set up and start using Tasty Pins in a matter of minutes. It helped me remove multiple steps in my pinning process, saving me minutes on each pin, and hours per week. I like that it’s a specific plugin to do a specific task, and it gets it done at a reasonable cost. This is one of those “lifetime” plugins I’ll keep around as long as Pinterest keeps sending me traffic.

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Rick Brenes

Food For Net

I love this plugin so far! It’s super easy to use and I love having the option of hiding pins until needed! I always wondered how people managed to do that on their blogs, so I’m very happy to be able to do it on mine now! This is the first plugin I’ve ever bought and I’m glad to say I highly recommend it!

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Sarah Russell

Business Women Thrive

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