Now that Pinterest has captured the attention of the world, and everyone is rushing in to has already set up space on the visually appealing social platform, here are some cool Pinterest tools to enhance your pinning experience. Pick up the tools that appeal to you the most, and start pinning away.
Cool Pinterest Tools to Enhance your Pinterest Experience
Pinterest is all about sharing cool images on your boards. To make pinning super easy, simply download and install this Chrome extension. Then all you have to do is use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Alt+P, select a picture, a board, and then add a description.
Pinterest Right Click
This one is for Firefox users. The extension lets you right-click an image to start pinning.
This website lets you share a screenshot of your website or screenshots saved on your computer. Just enter your website URL, then hit the Pinterest button and you are on your way.
If you love to share wise and funny quotes with your followers, this tool makes it super easy to. Simply highlight text to convert it into a quote and pin it to a board.
Pinterest is all about gorgeous images, but you have you click an image to view it in its entirety. Not if you are using Google Chrome, because the Pinzy Chrome extension will let you view the enlarged image simply by hovering the mouse pointer over it. Darn Cool!
This site lets you find images from Flicker’s Creative Commons database, Instagram, Reddit and other sources and pin them directly to your pinboard. It avoids pulling images from sites that do not have images that have proper attributes such as Google and Facebook, thereby ensuring high quality of your pins.
You can continue to stay connected to Pinterest while on the go with the Pinterest mobile apps such as Pinterest App for iOS devices and third party app Pinspiration App for Windows Phone users. Android users will just have to wait some more.
Though not built exclusively for Pinterest users, this site lets you customize infographics and could entice you to create and customize one based on Pinterest activities.
This site lets you add a watermark to your custom Pinterest images.
This site lets you get more out of Pinterest by adding not just photos, but also locations, music, quotes, calendar dates, Twitter profile links, Sticky Notes, and websites.
Now that you’ve set up your pinboards and you’re on your way to pinning your way up the charts, you need to know how influential you are. This tool gives you some idea of it. Simple enter your email address and Pinterest name to find out your pinfulence.
Gives you the stats on the hottest pins, popular boards, and the top pinners in various categories.
Pintics gives you a deeper analytical view of what’s happening behind the scenes of your Pinterest account. You can quickly see the count of your followers and following, likes, replies, visits, page views, bounce, sales and more.
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