How to Quickly Make Pinterest Images (that get clicks!)

Right now, it’s taking you a lot of time to create those Pins. And once, you’re done sometimes they barely get clicks through to your site.

Or maybe, you’re just avoiding making Pinterest images altogether because it just takes too long.

Either way, you’re in the right spot.

I’m explaining here the 2 most important factors when it comes to quickly creating Pinterest graphics that make people want to click.

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When I started using Pinterest for business, it would take me forever to create those pins. Each time, I dreaded it.

I would stare in front of a blank design and I just had no idea what to do with it. I’d start from scratch each time.

My designs were so different from one another, you’d never knew they all came from me. #facepalm

And worst... I didn’t get a lot of clicks at the very beginning.

That’s when I realized I needed a system that would allow me to quickly create pins that make people want to click.

In this video, I share my tips and the 2 most important factors to focus on to gain speed and clicks when creating Pinterest graphics.

Watch the Video

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Pinterest Image Size

  • The recommended size for pins is 600 by 900 px (a 2:3 ratio).

  • The maximum size is 600 by 1,260 px. Pins longer than 1,260px get cut off in the Pinterest app feed.


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