As a mommy blogger, pinning to Pinterest is crucial for my blog’s success, but I was having trouble getting my pin descriptions to carry over from my blog to Pinterest when they were pinned. And then I heard about Tasty Pins. Once I started using Tasty Pins, I was hooked. It literally makes setting up my pins 10 times easier than before. I highly recommend that if you are pinning to Pinterest you use Tasty Pins to carry over your pin description for you. It’s one less thing I have to worry about now. Thank you Tasty Pins.

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Heather McMaster

Very Anxious Mommy

Tasty Pins is an amazing plugin. As a busy mom of 3, Tasty Pins helps me to save time and effort. I can set all the information for each image and blog post in the plugin so I do not need to keep checking Pinterest to make sure the description is correct. Tasty Pins allows for full control over the description and keywords for each image. My favourite feature is that you can set a specific image to be pinned for each blog post. Definetly a must have plugin!

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Patricia Granek

AtMyTable

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

I have been using Tasty Pins for close to 18 months now. It has transformed the way I use Pinterest and I learn new ways to use it all the time. Anyone looking to grow Pinterest traffic needs this plugin.

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Charlotte Jessop

Looking After Your Pennies

Where has Tasty Pins been for my entire blogging career?! I wish I had known about TP from the very beginning. It’s a Godsend for capitalizing on Pinterest seasonal traffic. Finally being able to have season-specific pin covers with the correct keywords live on my blog year-long completely maximized my content creation efforts.

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Kayla Ihrig

Writing From Nowhere

Tasty Pins has been such a lifesaver for me! I’m new to my blogging journey, and I’m also a mom of two. Learning different coding techniques isn’t really something I have time for right now while I’m focusing on growing my blog and writing content. This plugin does everything for me, and adding hidden Pinterest images is so easy! I barely have to do any work other than uploading the image and adding the descriptions.
I know hardly anything about coding, so this really takes my blog to a new level.

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Hannah Spencer

A Balanced Mom

I am so happy that I purchased Tasty Pins for my blog. It is so easy to work with and makes my life easier for blogging with the Pin descriptions and hashtags. It is great that it is so easy for others to pin the images on Pinterest.

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Shelly Hughes

Plant Based Foody

Optimising my posts and pins for Pinterest is now so much quicker and easier now thanks to Tasty Pins. I am very bad at anything vaguely technical, but even I was able to figure out 80% of the functionality and try it out in less than an hour. For the remaining 20%, I spoke to their excellent support team who responded promptly and answered all my questions.

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Rachael Gunn

Champagne on Arrival

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

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

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