Claiming your Shopify website on Pinterest brings out lots of benefits for your store. It helps to optimize your profile store, increase traffic, reach out more potential customers, etc. In this article, we will show you how to claim your Shopify website on Pinterest easily in only 3 minutes. Let’s get started!!!

Step 1: Access to your Pinterest account

After logging in to your Pinterest account, click on the button in the upper corner to open the dropdown menu and select Settings.

 Access to your Pinterest account

Step 2: Click on Claim section

After going to Settings, you click on the Claim section in the sidebar.

Click on Claim section

Step 3: Claim Websites

To claim your website on Pinterest, just click on the Claim button on the line of Websites.

When you claim your content, your name and profile picture will show up next to any Pins that come from your site or external accounts.

Claim Websites

Step 4: Copy the code

In order to connect your Pinterest with your Shopify website, you need to copy the code as shown below. This popup appears after you click on the Claim button in the line of Websites.

You just need to click on the box containing HTML code to copy. And then click on the Continue button.

Copy HTML code

Step 5: Paste the code into your website

From the Shopify admin account, please go to Online Store > Themes. And then you click on Actions, select Edit code.

Paste the code into your website

From the layout section, you enter theme.liquid, then paste the HTML code you just copied to the line under <head>. Don’t forget to click on the Save button.

enter theme.liquid, then paste the HTML code

Step 6: Verify your Shopify store

Now you come back to your Pinterest account, paste your store URL and click on Verify button. 

paste your store URL and click on Verify button.

After that, you will see a notification popup like this. Click on Done button to finish the verifying process. 

Click on Done button to finish the verifying process.

Finally, Pinterest will need a while to verify your claim and email you later with an update.

Conclusion

You need to verify your domain with third-party services like Pinterest and Google Webmaster. It is essential for online sellers to claim their accounts so that platforms may verify that you are the owner of your Shopify store before allowing you to use their services.

It will be easier to enhance your profile, gain access to analytics, and have your profile appear under Pins that you have on your site once you have claimed to be the owner of your website.

To wrap up, we hope this post has helped you claim your website on Pinterest easily. If you have any questions, kindly contact us via live chat support or leave comments below.





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