Convert your Personal Pinterest Account into Business Account in Easy Steps

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If you are starting on Pinterest one of the questions that you may have in your mind is if you need to convert your personal to a business account or just make a new business account.

The answer to that question is… it depends.

If your personal account talks about your brand, then you can simply convert it. But if your account has DIY boards and content while your brand is about real estate, then you may just want to opt to create a new business account.

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Once you decided on moving to personal to a business account, it is important to know the step by step on how to set up essential settings to make you grow of your Pinterest Profile. 

Converting account to business account does take some technical skills and if you need help in converting, we can help you to convert with a small fee or you may want to follow these steps:

  1. Convert personal to a business account with these steps:

                  Edit settings > Account Settings > Convert to business account

  1. Verify your website with Pinterest. This is important because this gives Pinterest an idea that you are a legitimate business and will give you access to Pinterest analytics which can help you to dig deeper into what your audience is looking for, what they like, and what they want. 
  2. Create a blog board. This is also called brand boards where you are going to post all your pins with the same title as your blog. This will make it easier for your audience and followers to find all your fantastic content all in one place. 
  3. Update your board covers. With a 1:1 photo ratio, you can get creative in doing your board covers. Choose a photo with a clean look and tell your followers in one to two words what they can see on your boards. 

As an additional tip, you may want to spring clean your boards by keeping the boards that are relevant to your niche and delete the boards that just don’t fit in your niche. 

Are you a Filipino aspiring Pinterest Marketer? I have a private Facebook group where I love to chat all about Pinterest. Join me. 

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