Top 5 Pinterest Tools for Pinterest Marketing Agencies

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When you’re managing Pinterest campaigns, it would be helpful to have tools at your disposal. With these tools, you can not only save time but also a stress-induced headache.

You came here to know of helpful tools to manage your social media campaigns, and I am here to deliver. If you’re a Pinterest Marketing Agency, these top 5 tools will be undoubtedly be helpful to you.

1. IFTTT

If you don’t use IFTTT, you should do so now. This service is free and it automates tasks between two different platforms ( i.e. apps, tools, social networks, etc.) by creating recipes.

For example, you can create a recipe to take any image you add to your Facebook profile and pin it to one of your Pinterest boards. An alternative is to create a recipe that instantly shares new pins or pins you like to other social media networks such as Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.

You should use IFTTT because it has more than 200 channels. Look for those that are image-centric to see which ones you can combine with some smart automations for Pinterest.

2. The Pinterest App

The Pinterest app allows you to conveniently access your accounts on the go, allowing you to add images or share photos to your Pinterest boards from anywhere at any time. It is available for iOS and Android devices.
With the Pinterest app, you don’t have to wait until you get back to your computer to pin something you find online or see in real life.

3. Buffer

If you don’t already schedule pins through Buffer, you should do so now. Why? Because Buffer fetches the images from the URL you want to share, allowing you to quickly schedule the right image to pin to your Pinterest board.Using Buffer with Pinterest is easy:

  1. Connect your Pinterest account
  2. Create a schedule for when you would like pins to be published on your Pinterest profile.
  3. Find and add pins to share to your Pinterest profile through your Buffer dashboard.

That’s it! You’re done!

If you want a Google Chrome extension for Buffer, you can do that too.
Buffer starts at $10 per month for 12 social profiles, 200 scheduled posts and 2 team members.

4. ViralTag

If you like Buffer’s ability to schedule and queue posts, but bemoan its inability to find some inspiration for things to share, try ViralTag. ViralTag connects with multiple social media networks such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram and Tumblr. Unlike Buffer, however, ViralTag has these capabilities:

  1. creates one sharing schedule for all connected accounts
  2. import feeds, allowing you to check other image-centric networks for inspiration
  3. select and bulk-schedule multiple images from your feed sources to your Pinterest and other connected accounts all at once.
  4. Schedule to more than one Pinterest board

ViralTag starts at $29 per month for 10 connected accounts, visual content discovery and up to five RSS feeds for inspiration.

5. Sendible

If you want to automate publishing pins to Pinterest, you should use Sendible. It connects RSS feeds to your account and automatically and simultaneously publish news feed items to more than 20 social networks, blogging platforms, and bookmarking sites.

Using Sendible is easy! Simply choose to publish the pins immediately or add them to a queue to publish at specified times. Sendible will automatically select the image from the URL selected, so there are no additional steps to take.

Sendible starts at $39 per month for 15 connected accounts, RSS automation and brand monitoring. Note that RSS feeds also count as a connection.

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