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Set up your business account
Whether you’re an established brand, a non-profit organization, or a blogger, you can join Pinterest for free as a business. You can make a new business account or convert your current one.
We have two sets of terms—one for people and one for businesses. If you're using Pinterest for business purposes or as part of how you make a living, you should sign up for a business account and agree to our Business Terms of Service.
Learn how to:
- Log in to your account
- Go to Pinterest for Business
- Click Convert now
- Fill out your information and click Convert
To find an existing Pinterest account, search for your business, then click on the ‘Pinner' tab to view profile results. If your profile has a Twitter icon, this means that a Twitter account has been linked to your Pinterest account. Click on the Twitter icon to find out which account has been linked. You may go to pinterest.com/login to log in with your Twitter credentials.
If your account isn’t linked to Twitter, you’ll have to log with the email address on that account. As a first step, please reach out to employees within your company to see if someone has access to this account. Unfortunately, if you don’t have access to the email on the account, Pinterest can’t verify that you are the account owner and you will need to set up a brand new business account at business.pinterest.com.
Right now, business and personal accounts have similar features. Business accounts have access to Pinterest Analytics. If you sign up as a business, you'll get updates on future products and services we build for businesses. Converting to a business account will not affect your Pins, boards, and followers.