7 Top Pinterest Tools for Business – Part 2

With the rise and rise of Pinterest over the past few months, we have another round of Pinterest Tools to share with you. 

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Due to popular demand, here are another 7 Tools for your Pinterest ToolBox

If you missed my first post about some Top Tools for Pinterest you can check them out here

Here are 7 more great tools that are worth checking out and adding to your social media toolkit.

1  Pinterest Mobile App – I know it sounds simple, but to be honest this is the one tool I use the most.  Personally, I find the trick to pinning is to do it in short bursts. Because, let's face it, if I sit down in front of my laptop with a warm cup of coffee and get all comfy…I will end up in a Pinterest Vortex and stay there for hours. Sooooooo….. the mobile app allows me to do a little repinning while I am out and about…waiting in line, between client visits.  It is one very handy little tool. Download it on to your smart phone now!

2  Pin My Info – I like this little tool as it gives you another way of sharing content on Pinterest.  It pulls in your other social media sites and creates “pinnable” images to showcase them on Pinterest – another way of integrating Pinterest with your other platforms and driving traffic.  Clever.

3.  PicMarkr – Another great little tool that allows you to add a custom watermark to your photos.  Why add custom watermarks?  To preserve the integrity of your “custom designed” pins – even if the links are altered for some reason, users can still find your business or website.  Find out more about protecting the integrity of the source of your pin here.  

4. Pinstamatic – Pinstamatic has just become my new best friend for creating custom quotes, and quirky little pinnable items like music clips, featured websites, post it notes, map locations and even showcasing twitter profiles that you love (I just started a board on my Pinterest account called “Tweets to Follow”).  It also has an image filter to create funky effects on your photos.  Love. Try Pinstamatic now.  You will be instantly creative!

5. SnagIt – Another recent favourite of mine as I have upgraded to SnagIt on my computer and loving it.  It allows you to create images with words, pictures, icons – whatever you want really – like a little mini graphic design studio. Worth adding to your arsenal (and great for designing screen shots and how-to images for your blog.

6.  Instagram – Yes, I know, Instagram needs no introduction, but seriously, it is one of the most useful tools for creating original images to use online.  If you have a smartphone and an instagram account you can create your own “stock photos” to use any way you like.  Coupled with SnagIt or any other graphic design program, you can add quotes, information, tips, watermarks to your photos and use them to pin information.  Also remember, that many people will pin your blog posts, so having a great image for them to include as the “pinned image” is paramount. Instagram allows just about anyone to make their images look great.

7. Spinpicks Spinpicks is still in Beta Testing but I like the sound of it!  I have just started to check it out.  Basically it connects your social networks and brings you (as they describe it) a “highly addictive one-click discovery of eye candy from a variety of visual platforms like Instagram, Twitpic, Bo.It, Flickr, Reddit, YouTube and PicPiz.  SpinPicks filters content and doesn't pull spins from sites like Google.com, Bing.com and other image search sites to help reduce the number of improperly attributed images, which helps to ensure that you're only seeing quality content that can be re-shared.”   Check it out. I am liking the sound of it already!

Bonus Tool!  http://url2pin.it/ – I found this one just as I was writing this post, so I had to add it. It is simple really.  If you want to take a screen shot of a website, this tool will do it for you easily. Like I said. Simple, for those times when you need a quick image of  a website and you don't have a clipping too.

Your Turn!  What is your favourite tool for pinning …and which ones will you try?  


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Donna Moritz

Visual Social Media Strategist at Socially Sorted
Donna is a Visual Content Strategist and founder of Socially Sorted, listed by Forbes as a "Top 5 Social Media Blog You Need to Know About in 2019". Donna helps brands leverage the power of visual storytelling and content strategy in their business. Her content has been featured in publications such as Forbes and Entrepreneur Online and she is a contributor to Social Media Examiner. Donna speaks about digital and visual content for the marketing and tourism industries internationally.

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  1. Katie

    Hi Donna,

    I am still struggling with the invention of Pinterest due to it being more of a ‘social’ gathering for me pinning recipes, designs and pretty things…I seriously could look at the pins all day!! And – I am not whipping up any of those damn recipes!!!  I am sure that I am not using it for the right purposes….to pin or not pin??!!  mmmm

  2. Michelle

    This is so helpful Thank you. I was struggling trying to pin a blogpost. Posted the post to my wirequeen page, then starting reading the Ultimate Challenge posts and saw your post. Thank you, these are a great addition to my arsenal. 

    • Donna Moritz

      You are so welcome Michelle – glad it fitted nicely into your arsenal – have fun with it!  Did you also see my latest guest post at http://www.amyporterfield.com?  I will be putting it up on the Ultimate Blog Challenge Page too!  

  3. Fiona Lucas - Socially Skilled

    Handy information once again – thanks Donna!  Another one I really love using pinvolve on my facebook which makes all my posts look really cool and I can very quickly pin them to pinterest.

    • Donna Moritz

      Thanks Fiona! Yes, I have found Pinvolve to work well too, though I usually try to set up pins from my website wherever possible, but I think it is handy for some facebook posts to be “pinnable”. There are some great tools out there, that’s for sure…and more coming on every week!

  4. Leisa Low

    Donna Thanks so much for making this so easy to follow.  I am your newest fan.

    • Donna Moritz

      Thanks Leisa – that’s great to hear. I am glad you liked the post. Have a great weekend!

  5. Charles Carter

    I personally use PinPinterest to fully automate and manage my pinterest account. It has helped me get from about 1000 followers to more than 50k followers now. Listed are some features:
    – Sophisticated algorithms, make sure only pins related to your business are pinned
    – Pin Scheduler, schedule a single pin or a full batch
    – Cloud based, no downloads to the PC
    – Mobile device optimised, so yo have access to your account anytime, anywhere
    – Free to operate
    – Speed control options
    – Quick setup
    Setup PinPinterest once and watch it lead you to success while you sit back n chill 😀


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