Even if you use Pinterest mainly at work, use our phone and/or tablet apps to get a feel for how people experience Pinterest on those devices.
When you create boards and Pins, think about how they’ll look on mobile phones—that’s how most Pinners will see them.
We’ve covered this before, but search is just as big of people’s mobile Pinterest experience as their desktop one, so make sure your stuff is easy for people to find by using thoughtful Pin descriptions and categorizing your boards.
Pinterest is a top traffic driver for many businesses, and since most Pinners are on mobile, it’s valuable to think about what your site looks like in that view. When people click through on a Pin to your website from their phone, what will they see? Make sure you’re giving them a good first impression.
Read our new Poshmark case study to see how the mobile fashion marketplace saw a tripling of their Pins on Pinterest, a 2.5 times increase in referral traffic from Pinterest and a tripling in Pinterest impressions.
— Kevin Knight, currently saving ideas to New York City Guide