Let's walk through setting up a Rich Pin for those of you looking to try one for the first time or just double-checking you've done it correctly. 🙂
First, you’ll need to add metadata to the content on your site.
To see what kind of metadata is available for each type of Rich Pin, check out our topics on article, product and recipe Pins. Generally, the most common formats are Open Graph and Schema.org. If you add metadata for multiple types of Rich Pins to your page, the type of Pin that appears will be based on priority. The priority of Rich Pin data is 1. App Pins, 2. Product Pins, 3. Recipe Pins and 4. Article Pins.
Second, apply for Rich Pins
You need to verify your Rich Pins before they appear on Pinterest. Choose any page on your site that you’ve added metadata to. Enter your chosen URL in our validator and click Validate. Correct any problems you see with your metadata. Once everything is correct, select one of three options to indicate how you've marked up your pages: HTML Tags (if you are using Open Graph or Schema.org metadata), oEmbed (if you used the oEmbed format) or Shopify (if you have a Shopify store). Click Apply now.
You can also find instructions on how to apply for Rich Pins on our help center article.
Note: You only need to validate 1 URL to apply for Rich Pins on your entire domain. No need to submit all of your URLs.
Remember to come back and share your Rich Pin experiments once you've had a chance to try them out! 🙂
Great question, @authorbrookevs! In short, yes you could create rich pins for multiple URL's if one account creates pins using different domains. We highly recommend enabling rich pins for the domain(s) you own to ensure you can make edits to the source code in case there are display issues.
Hi PinterestGabby, I have set up Rich pins but it still isn't puling the meta data from my site which means my pins hardly have any reach! I have reached out to Pinterest 2 weeks ago but they say they haven't heard back from the specialist department yet.
Just wondering if you know anything that might help? Thanks!
Hey @danxietyblog! I checked on the status of your ticket and it looks like someone from our support team reached out to you yesterday with a follow-up. Hope this helps! @Miyukikawaiifashion, just responded to your other post, btw. 🙂