Pinterest Rich Pins = More Pin Reach?

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  1. DonnieBrasco

    DonnieBrasco Regular Member

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    Hello BHW

    I currently develop my second legit site to promote on Pinterest, i havent applied and integrated rich pins for my first Site.

    Now i ask myself, will i get a higher pin/post reach if i enable rich pins for my site?

    Would you recommend to post the recipe ingredients in the rich pins meta tags or leave them blank?

    Thank you in advance for your answers.

    Regards

    Donnie
     
  2. cyrusdavirus

    cyrusdavirus Power Member

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    Rich pins make a 30% difference in traffic for me. I'm rolling out a new site, too. And I'm incorporating the rich pin codes on my posts even before I apply for the feature.
     
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  3. cottonwolf

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    buzzfeed isa prime example of rich pins dominating. nordstorm and etsy too are great in searches. but I think adsy and nordstorm are probably paying for some/most of their appearances in search. Or are ads only for home page feeds?
     
  4. EmpireQuality

    EmpireQuality Elite Member

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    but, if your recipe ingredients and directions are in the rich pin, then why would users click to go to your site?
     
  5. cottonwolf

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  6. cottonwolf

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    I'm applied for article rich pins for my site and got accepted and told it would take a week for my pins to become rich pins. Now I wonder if using divs on my recipe pages if I could get rich pins for recipes. Anyone got any insights? Something like this: http://pastebin.com/2XUbZUhD Works on blackhatworld.com lol.
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              [h=2]Super Book[/h]             Ultra interesting. Super impressive.                               Book rating:                     88 out of                     100 with                     20 ratings                                   
    [h=2]Super Book[/h] Ultra interesting. Super impressive. Book rating: 88 out of 100 with 20 ratings
     
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  8. cyrusdavirus

    cyrusdavirus Power Member

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    Give it a try. It worked for me the other way. I was approved for recipe rich pins and when I used the article rich pin codes for a non-recipe post, it worked.
     
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  9. cottonwolf

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    Considering that I ripped two examples of schema.org divs, I'm sure it would work on my site as well. Lol, even blackhatworld could be pinned for recipes now. Cook with a black hat on. Thank you.