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Create a secret board when you're prepping new themes and seasonal ideas. Pins on your secret board won't be shared with other people, so you can use this space to try out different images and descriptions for your products. Make the board public when you're ready for people to see it.
For Chrome desktop browsers you can now get the Pinterest Tab and see an inspiring full-color Pin each time you open a new window. It also comes with the handy Pin It button, so you can Pin stuff you find around the web.
Your Pin's description plays an important role in catching someone's eye. Instead adding a bunch of hashtags, write a thoughtful and clear description that includes the most compelling and distinct parts of your product.
Your website may already be full of stuff that can be save – but make sure you have enough images and that they’re high resolution. Images with an image aspect ratio of 2:3 to 1:3.5 that are at least 600 pixels wide will look best on Pinterest. Keep in mind that only images that are at least 100 x 200 (or 200 x 100) pixels are saveable.