We want people to find the content that they’re expecting to find on Pinterest, which is why there are checkmarks next to certain notable names like celebrities, brands or media. The goal of this checkmark is to help people to find the accounts they’re looking for (for example, you should be able to easily distinguish Abraham Lincoln’s Pinterest account from the Pinterest account for an Abraham Lincoln fan site.)
If you want to help Pinners know you’re a trustworthy source, add your logo as your profile picture and make sure you've confirmed your website. For other tips on how to build your brand and get discovered on Pinterest (hint: add the Pin It button to your website), check out business.pinterest.com.
We’ve removed these checkmarks because we’ve heard loud and clear that in search results, the checkmark was misleading. Now, checkmarks indicate notable names like celebrities, brands or media.
Sa ngayon hindi namin binubuksan ang mga naberipikang account sa lahat ng nasa Pinterest. Kung gusto mong tulungan ang mga tao na malaman na ikaw ay mapagkakatiwalaang tao, idagdag ang iyong logo bilang iyong litrato sa profile at siguraduhing nakumpirma mo ang iyong website.
Yes—although you may no longer have a checkmark, in our system your website is still confirmed on Pinterest. If you have a business account, this means that still you have access to website analytics, and any Pin from your site will have your logo when someone clicks on it.
Hindi, hindi nito binago ang iyong ranggo sa paghahanap—sa katunayan, ngayon sa mas magandang mga mungkahi sa paghahanap at autocorrect, mas madali kang mahahanap ng mga tao.