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

Tasty Pins is exactly what I’m looking for! I have struggled with using the alt text for SEO vs Pinterest description – now no longer. Thanks guys!

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Jessica Haggard

Primal Edge Health

Tasty Pins has been a huge improvement to my Pinterest marketing strategy. I saw results in traffic to my blog almost immediately after installing this plugin. I would highly recommend it to anyone who is trying to increase their traffic from Pinterest.

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Jessica Vanderveen

The Vanderveen House

Tasty Pins makes optimizing my photos for Pinterest so simple, and I love the versatility of being able to select “force pin” for hidden images in certain posts, while choosing to disable certain images in others. It’s a straightforward and easy to use plugin.

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Lori Rasmussen

My Quiet Kitchen

I was so relieved when I found Tasty Pins. It is such an easy solution and works perfectly. Now I feel confident that any time a visitor pins from my website, it will be a pin that I’ve already optimized for Pinterest. Not only that, now I can use the alt text space as it was meant to be used which will improve my site’s SEO.

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Stephanie Bonday

Common Grape

After listening to the Food Blogger Pro podcast, I was inspired to try and make my blog better. I am only one year into the blogging world and struggle with all of the different available features and tricks. Tasty Pins is a no brainer and added so much to my blog without a struggle. I now feel more comfortable posting my pictures (because they can only be pinned and not stolen) and getting my blog more active on Pinterest. I really hope for more useful plugins to make my blog that much better, especially since food is my expertise and not technology.

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Lindy Moody

Epicuropedia

I absolutely love Tasty Pins! As a new blogger, it’s easy to get overwhelmed with everything you need to know and do for people to find you. Tasty Pins makes writing descriptions for my Pinterest marketing a breeze. It saves me so much time, I love this plugin. Well worth the very small investment!

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Felecia Lesane

ArtsyInspired

Ready for some unreadable jargon? I have a coding background so when I designed my own WordPress theme I used Advanced Custom Fields to create a special Pinterest image box and then custom-coded all images in my posts to be hidden while pinning.

If that sounds like a lot that’s because it WAS a lot. Until I got Tasty Pins. Seriously this plugin shaved 10-15 minutes off the time to finish each post and made my life much simpler. Best money I spent on my new website design. And the support team has been excellent so far!

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Jason Barnette

Southeastern Traveler

Of course, I love the customer service but also the value Tasty Pins adds to my SEO. It’s giving me the option to specifically add keywords to my Pin description and specify photos to be shared on Pinterest. The plugin is very straightforward and easy to start using in minutes!

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Kristy Still

Mommy Hates Cooking

To run a successful food blog, you need a good website.

To run a successful Instagram profile, you need great picture.

To run a successful Pinterest profile, you need Tasty Pins.

It’s really that simple.

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Mads Vindfeld Andersen

Madsvin.com

I’m loving Tasty Pins – it lets me optimise my images for both Pinterest and Google, and the best part is that I can hide the images meant for Pinterest from my page!

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Maria Juvakka

The Chic Pursuit

Tasty Pins has totally helped me step up my Pinterest game! It’s so easy to set a description for Pinterest on any image on my blog, and by being able to put my keywords and tags in the description with Tasty Pins, I’ve seen an increase in traffic from Pinterest because people are repinning my images with quality descriptions! Adding alt descriptions for SEO has also helped tremendously! This is by far the easiest plugin for image optimization and definitely worth the price. I highly recommend it!

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Melissa Gresko

Lissy Through the Looking Glass

Tasty Pins has saved me time and frustration. I love their dedicated Pinterest text option for images. Now I can write my Pinterest descriptions directly in my posts and not have to worry about the extra step when I load them into Pinterest. Their hidden pins allow me to create images specifically for Pinterest without overloading my blog posts with wordy images. This is one plugin everyone should have. It’s a great value!

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Laura Didea

Heart Filled Spaces

This tool has made life so much easier with making my pins SEO friendly. Great tool!

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Cassie Hollabaugh

Delightful Motherhood

Tasty Pins has made mastering SEO for both Pinterest *and* Google a breeze!

Also, love that I can upload multiple versions of pins to my article (in a hidden way), so that my blog readers can pin whichever version works best for them.

Incredible plugin!!

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Anna Morrison

Travel Ideas Guide

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