This widget allows you to add the Pin Widget to your campaign, showcasing a specific pin from your profile on your campaign.
If you have a particular pin from one of your lovely Pinterest boards that you want to feature, look no farther than the Pin Widget. The Pin Widget let’s you display individual pins on your campaign, rather than the entire pin board.
Just follow these simple steps, and your campaign will be Pinterest-ready in no time!
Make sure that you:
For this tutorial, you will need access to your company’s RSS feed and the RSS feed URL.
Step 1: Drag and drop the Twitter widget anywhere on your campaign canvas. This will initially create a Pinterest follow button on your campaign.
For an individual Pin, click ‘Pin widget’ in the widget options.
Note: If you do not see these options, just click on the follow button again. The options will be on the right-hand side of the screen.
Note: You can resize the Pin Widget by clicking and dragging the bottom right corner of the widget box. The Pin Widget does have a fixed width, but the height remains adjustable. You can move the widget by clicking on the widget box and dragging it into place.
Step 2: Add the URL to your specific pin to the Pin URL field.
Step 3: Click “Save Changes” in the bottom left corner of the widget toolbar.