Pinterest is all about the experience of the user. Why not kick it up a notch with some cool tools to enhance your Pinterest experience? Even though Pinterest already provides a number of great tools, there are a number of extra online tools available to help you make Pinterest even more fun!
Add a Pinterest Follow Me button to Your Signature
Wisestamp is a free service you can use to jazz up your email signatures and has added Pinterest to its list of supported services. It’s easy to use so the process is perfect for even the most technology challenged person. The Pinterest Email App makes it easy to add a “Follow Me on Pinterest “button to your email signature without having to touch an ounce of HTML, buttons or anything else. As a second option, Wisestamp offers the option to simply add a Pinteret button beside your other social profile icons.
“Pinterest To Go “
If you can’t bear the thought of being without Pinterest even when you’re away from home, you’re in luck. There is an official iPhone app so you can pin photos you’ve taken or save them while you’re on the go. Android users aren’t as lucky. They’ll have to wait, as surely something will come out soon for their Pinterest addiction. Android users can still access all of Pinterest while they’re on the go, they just can’t upload.
Share Screenshots on Pinterest
Do you like to share screen shots on Pinterest? While you may have your own method of taking screenshots, the website Url2Pin.it gives you a way to share them on Pinterest. Url2Pin.it is a great way for Web designers to easily share their work with Pinterest followers.
The process of Url2Pin.it is easy. You simply enter the website url you want to share, hit the Pinterest button on the right, and a pop up button will appear. You can choose the board you would like to put it on and then write an account of what it is. There is also a Chrome browser extension for it, too.
Find Out How Influential You Are on Pinterest
In social media, it’s almost like you’ve returned to high school. Popularity is where it’s at again. Ever since Klout burst onto the scene, there have been several copycats. Some of them are dedicated to letting you know how influential you are on Pinterest. While this might be fun for one person, it’s invaluable information for brands and companies. It helps them know what they’re doing right and wrong on Pinterest.
Pinclout is free and will tell you your score. While it’s not very clear on exactly how they determine your score, it seems to be based on the total number of pins, repins, likes, followers, friends, comments, boards, and community boards you have. This service also shows how to quickly know what your most popular boards are and how you stack up against the most very popular Pinterest members.
The second option on your quest to determine how great your influence on Pinterest is Pinpuff. You don’t even have to sign in to use this service, you just enter your Pinterest user ID and email address and they will display your score. This service will also tell you how much your account is worth, what your reach is, your activity, and your virility scores.
First and foremost, Pinterest is meant to be a fun social tool. While Pinterest itself has a number of features that keep users busy for hours, there are also a number of tools and websites that can enhance your Pinterest experience even further. By trying a few of them out, you might find Pinterest even more addicting!