Before starting to work on your campaign, make sure you choose a clear campaign objective. This will help you determine the right direction for your creative and the types of ads you’ll want to run—not to mention, monitor success!
Make sure your Pinterest ads are driving the responses you’re after with the Pinterest Tag.
Once installed on your website, this short snippet of code makes it possible for you to track what people do on your website after clicking on your ad, so that you can retarget them to people you know are interested in your brand. Make your money work for you and reach a more qualified and relevant audience for your business.
There are numerous tricks when it comes to creating Pins that people will want to click on.
For the full scoop, give our detailed list of creative best practices a read over or keep it brief with our tried-and-true tips below:
- Keep Pins vertical, the ideal ratio for a Pin is 2:3—or 1000 pixels wide by 1500 pixels high
- 80% of people use Pinterest on their cellphones, stop them mid-scroll with eye-catching imagery
- Clear, straightforward copy performs best
- Consistency is key, your Pin creative should match that of the landing page you’re sending people to
You’re almost there! Select a launch date for your campaign. Keep in mind that people use Pinterest to plan ahead. If you’re planning to reach Pinners around a key seasonal moment, like Halloween or New Years, you’ll want to get started early.
Use our possibilities planner to find the right time to reach your audience, then set your campaign date!
Still have questions? Get answers to all of your Pinterest ads related questions at our Pinterest Business Help Center.
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