Hi all, Chet here! If you’re new around here, I’m Lindsay’s husband and I stop in once or twice a month to share tips and monthly growth reports. I’m not particularly proactive with creating resources, but every once in a while I stumble upon a question in Food Blogger Pro or receive an email/comment directly and decide to whip something up.
With that, over the past couple of months several people have asked me how to create the long Pinterest multi-image pins. Then today I saw a new thread in Food Blogger Pro asking the same question, so figured it was time to help! Before I start, if you’re not sure what I mean when I say “Multi-Image Pins,” here’s an example:
With that, below is a quick video tutorial. Hope this helps! If you have any questions feel free to leave a comment. Additionally, if you want to learn more about Pinterest Group Boards in general, (which are the most amazing thing since grilled cheese), click here.
Why Would I Use Multi-Image Pins?
The theory is that as these are larger they’re more likely to grab eyeballs. In other words, as people are scrolling through the millions of pins, these larger pins may be more likely to win attention.
In theory, this totally makes sense. That being said, Lindsay and I haven’t played with these pins enough to know whether or not they make a difference. If you have more experience, let us know! In the meantime, we’ll be testing to see if it helps.
That’s all, happy holidays!