Tons of versions are currently rolling out regarding the recommended Pinterest image sizes and dimensions. Anyway, Pinterest itself changes them almost every year, after carefully studying the user experience and collecting feedback.
Imagine being on Pinterest and looking at square photos only. The interface is wide enough to display large pictures, and that’s why Pinterest loves long infographics.
One thing’s for sure! Infographics can’t be properly shared to other social networks such as Instagram. They will be automatically cropped and the information will distract you and other users.
In order to create the perfect Pin, you need to do a thorough research. Why is that?
Well, first of all, Pinterest has preferred image/video sizes and file formats. Also, standing out on Pinterest isn’t quite the easiest thing you can do.
According to epipheo.com, the lifespan of Pins is over 3.5 months. That means that your visual content will be there forever and if worth it, it will show up many people’s feed. But, how can you make a Pin worth it enough to get benefits?
Did you know that Publer allows you to schedule up to 500 Pins at once (while Pinterest only provides the option of 200)?
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