As a creator on Pinterest, you can share original content, build a following and inspire people with your ideas. Learn more using the resources below.

If you haven't already, you'll need to create a Pinterest account. 

There are two types of accounts on Pinterest: personal accounts and business accounts.

  • With a personal Pinterest account, you can create Pins and save your favorites to boards.
  • If you want access to extra features and tools useful for tracking engagement (like Pinterest Analytics), you’ll need a Pinterest business account. 


Learn more about business accounts

When you partner with brands and someone buys from your affiliate link, you could make a commission. Learn how to tag products in your Pins to make them shoppable. As always, any products you share must comply with our merchant guidelines.

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Have a paid partnership with a brand? Learn how to collaborate with them on Pinterest by tagging them in your content. Just remember, you’ll need to set up payment terms directly with the brand.

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Our built-in analytics tools help you understand how people are engaging with your Pins. Learn how to measure Pin performance so you can create more Pins that make an impact.

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When you know who you’re talking to, your content is more effective. Learn how to check your Audience Insights to get an in-depth view of who’s viewing your content.

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Use the engagement tab to like, highlight, and respond to comments and mentions all in one place.

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The Pinterest Trends tool shows you what’s popular on Pinterest. Learn how to track what’s popular in your region and find relevant keywords to help you stay ahead of the trends.

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