How To Embed Pinterest Widget On WordPress Website?

Pinterest has nearly 500 million monthly active users, making it one of the world’s top social media sites and a prime choice for driving qualified traffic to your WordPress website.

Aside from keeping an active Pinterest business account, you can promote your website on this increasingly popular platform by creating blog posts, images, and stories and etc. That makes your content instantly shareable, allowing you to easily direct traffic to your site.

The best part? You can do this — and more — using a WordPress plugin and without a WordPress plugin to embed Pinterest widget on WordPress.

How To Embed Pinterest Widget on WordPress Website

In this guide, I’ll go over the different methods of embedding Pinterest Widget on WordPress Websites. Then, I’ll provide you with the best WP plugins and social media aggregator tools to accomplish each way.

Let’s get start

First Way – Without WordPress Plugin

tagembed widget

Right here are the few easy steps to embed the Pinterest widget on the WordPress website by using the Tagembed Widget:

  1. Sign Up to a Tagembed account or log in if you already have an account
  2. Now open the Tagembed dashboard
  3. Create the first widget that will be already created, just click on the open button to proceed
  4. A new pop-up open and “Pick a source” will appear, here select Pinterest from the list of networks
  5. After selecting Pinterest, you need to select your connection type. You can select from the two options
    Username – Enter the Handle name of the user you wish to aggregate feeds from.
    Board Name – Input the URL of the board you wish to aggregate Pinterest Boards feed on.
  6. Now, click on the create feed button to start aggregation. Now display the Pinterest feed on WordPress website
  7. So, click on the embed widget button at the bottom-left of the menu panel
  8. Now a popup open or choose WordPress
  9. From the WordPress popup screen or adjust the pixel as per your needs.
  10. Now copy the shortcode to embed and visit the admin page of your WordPress website
  11. Congratulations! You have successfully embedded Pinterest Board on the website.

Second Way– Using By WordPress Plugin

TAGEMBED PLUGIN

If you don’t want to deal with embed codes, you can also turn to a WordPress plugin to help you include your Pinterest widget on WordPress. So, Social Media Feeds Plugin provides simple shortcodes to display your Pinterest Widget on the WordPress website.

Here are the simple steps to add a Pinterest widget to WordPress Website using the Social Media Feeds WordPress Plugin:

  1. Go to the plugin section on your WordPress dashboard and click on Add New.
  2. Search Tagembed & Install or Upload Tagembed Plugin Zip Folder.
  3. Activate the Tagembed Widget.
  4. Register or Sign Up with the Tagembed WordPress plugin.
  5. Click on Add Feed to collect social media feeds from your desired networks like Pinterest.
  6. So now fetch the Pinterest feed as per your preference.
  7. Select from 10+ Layouts, Personalize feed style, and set up moderation.
  8. Click on the display section to preview and copy the shortcode.
  9. Now you can go to the blog and webpage where you can embed code.
  10. To add a new block, search “Tagembed”, select the block and a dialog box appears.
  11. Paste the shortcode and click on “Embed”.
  12. Update the website to see the published content.

Final Words

There you go! Two different ways to Embed Pinterest Widget On WordPress Website with the tools and WP plugins you need to utilize each method. Simply following these steps to add the Pinterest widget on the WordPress website is a really smart and strategic move in driving your business’s social reach and presence.

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