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I usually let my pal Stephanie at Evolved Mommy be the go-to expert on all things technical, but I know that I knew about how to find who is pinning what from your URL on Pinterest WAY before she did (OK, like a week or two, but still), so I thought I would share this even cooler and easier way to find out who’s pinning you and what they’re pinning before she finds out and steals my thunder.
It’s called Pin Alerts, and it’s still in Beta, but it looks pretty cool so far.
You can decide how often you want to be told if someone pins your stuff, whether as it happens, hourly, daily or weekly. I have two set up for hourly and one for live right now, just to see how that works. But I don’t think people are pinning me hourly, so I’m not getting inundated with stuff.
When you do get email updates, you see the user name of the person who pinned you (and can click that to go to their boards), the URL of the pin, the name of the board it was pinned to (also clickable), when Pin Alerts found the pin and what the comments on the pin were.
Going directly to Pinterest to search your URLs is certainly more, well, direct, but I never think to do it, so this is one way for me to more regularly see what is getting pinned and what people are saying about it, so I can make more of the stuff people are excited about!
Know any great Pinterest hacks? I’d love to hear them.
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