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Wanna know who pins something from your website on Pinterest, use PinAlerts!

Pinterest is growing fast and most businesses already manage a profile and some boards on this relatively new social media platform. In some industries Pinterest is becoming an increasingly influential network. This raises a new need for Brands, the need of knowing what’s being shared and discussed about them, as well as keeping track of what their customers find interesting enough to pin on their boards. All these things can be very important for a Brands’ reputation.

There is a way for you to know what’s going on with pins coming from your company’s website, and it’s called PinAlerts.

What’s PinAlerts?

PinAlerts is a tool that can help you be notified whenever someone pins something that is from your website. You can add alerts for as many domains as you would like to follow or even follow your competition and see how often they are getting repins.


By receiving pin alerts you can quickly discover those who are interested in your content and invite them to follow your other pin boards. By knowing who has pinned your web site content you can tell them thank you and let them know when you have new content.

How it works?

Once you visit http://pinalerts.com you will need to register and confirm your email address.


What you’ll see next is this platform, where you can add the domains you want to receive PinAlerts for. You can control the frequency of an alert for each domain or add/delete alerts later on. Note that you can’t add some domains like facebook.com, plus.google.com, youtube.com etc, because of the large amounts of pins occurring every second from them.


Once you finish adding the domains you want to keep track of and click create, this board comes up. Here is where you can edit how often you will receive a PinAlert (be sure to click on the disk icon to save your individual edits) or completely delete a PinAlert by selecting the green X icon.


You can set PinAlerts to email you the moment your receive repins, once a day, or once a week. This is a sample of the email you’ll receive.



There is also a new feature coming up soon and you will be able announce your repins. This means you will be able to broadcast on your web site how many repins you have received.

Give it a try and let us know what you think!
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