Ann blogs on search and social media tools. By checking the URL often, you can give your site pins more boost. Always Like and sometimes comment on pins from your site to give them better ranking and increase their reach. While it's a great tool for bloggers and marketers, the "source" page can be limited. Feed Your Domain "Source" Page from Pinterest The Feed43 tool can turn any page into an RSS feed. The pin page unique ID The pinner's comment on the image The pinner's username and Pinterest profile URL If you're not sure what to do with your new RSS feed, try these cool ideas. Import RSS Feed into Your Wordpress Blog Sidebar widget: Invite your blog readers to like and repin your content on Pinterest. You can repin and comment on your pins right from there. Archiving your site pins with Google Reader allows you to do two things: Save your archive forever (from the moment you created it), and search through your pins (e.g. find all pins from any of your pages). Can you think of any more cool uses of the Pinterest "source" page?
Ann Smarty is a search marketer and full-time web entrepreneur. Ann blogs on search and social media tools. Her newest project, My Blog Guest, is a free platform for guest bloggers and blog owners. Follow Ann on Twitter @seosmarty.
Pinterest is now one of the most efficient traffic sources, in some cases even surpassing networks like Twitter. Naturally, a lot of social media marketers are embracing Pinterest to increase social media reach and to drive traffic to their sites.
In order to track what is being pinned from your site, and to engage with those pins further, try funneling that Pinterest content into a handy RSS feed.
For starters, see what is being pinned from your own site by using the following URL:
As simple as it may seem, the trick is actually pure gold. By checking the URL often, you can give your site pins more boost.
Always Like and sometimes comment on pins from your site to give them better ranking and increase their reach.
Repin some of the most interesting and unique images. You can even repin user comments.
Follow your promoters (those who pin your pages), encouraging them return to your site.
While it’s a great tool for bloggers and marketers, the “source” page can be limited. The major drawback is that it has no RSS subscription option, which would make tracking much easier. So, let’s create one!
Feed Your Domain “Source” Page from Pinterest
The Feed43 tool can turn any page into an RSS feed. Register an…