Claim your website to get access to analytics for the Pins you publish from your site, the analytics on Pins that other people create from your site and let people know where they can find more of your content. Your profile picture will show up next to any Pins that come from your site as well as a "Follow" button for your Pinterest account, and the globe checked icon will appear next to your website URL on your profile. If you're a verified merchant or creator, you'll see the blue checkmark instead.
You can claim more than one website per Pinterest account and they have to be second-level domains (like example.com), subdomains (like ads.example.com) or subpath domains (like example.com/uk). Unless the subdomain routes to the same place as the second-level domain, it will be treated as a separate domain in our system. You need to claim your website using a computer or a laptop.
To learn how to claim social accounts, read our article Claim your Instagram, Etsy or YouTube account.
Before you begin
- You or your business must own the second-level domain (like example.com), a subdomain (like ads.example.com) or a subpath domain (like example.com/uk)
- You'll need to either add an HTML tag to your website, upload an HTML file to your website or add a DNS TXT record to your website
Add an HTML tag to your website
An HTML tag is a piece of text that describes a web page's content. You have to add an HTML tag to your website's source code so Pinterest can confirm that you own the website you want to claim. Be mindful that different website hosts have different instructions for accessing their source codes.
Upload an HTML file to your website
An HTML file contains Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), which is used to format the structure of a webpage. It's stored in a standard text format and contains tags that define the page layout and content of the page, including text, tables, images and hyperlinks. You download this file from Pinterest and upload it to your website's web server. Be mindful that different website hosts have different instructions for uploading HTML files to their HTML code.
Add a DNS TXT record to your domain host
The Domain Name System (DNS) records contain text information about your website that act as instructions for how the server should respond to a request. You have to add a TXT record to your website’s DNS so Pinterest can confirm that you own the website you want to claim.
Instructions for different website providers
|Big Cartel||HTML tag|
|Shopify||HTML tag or HTML file|
|Tumblr||HTML tag or HTML file|