Do you want Pinterest analytics for your WordPress site? Pinterest analytics help you monitor your site’s performance by showing stats for all images pinned from your site. Recently one of our users asked us for an easy way to verify their WordPress site on Pinterest. In this article, we will show you how to verify your WordPress site on Pinterest and get Pinterest analytics.
Generating Pinterest Verification Code for Your Site
First thing you need to do is login to your Pinterest account and click on your user name. This will bring you to your pins page. Next, click on the gear icon on the top right corner of the screen and then on account settings.
You need to scroll down on the account settings page to find the website field. Enter your site’s URL and then click on the confirm website button.
A popup will appear on the screen with a single line of code. This code is a meta tag that you need to add on your website. Simply copy it and leave this window open. You will need to come back here to complete the verification.
Adding Pinterest Verification Code in WordPress
There are two ways you can add the meta tag to your WordPress site. You can directly paste this code in your child theme‘s header.php file just before the </head> tag.
An easier way to add the code on your website is by using the Insert Haders and Footers plugin. Simply install and activate the plugin and visit Settings » Insert Headers & Footers page. Next, paste the Pinterest verification code in the headers section and save your changes.
You now need to switch to the Pinterest verification code popup and click on the finish button. You will see a success message.
You can now see verified Pinterest Analytics for your site, and how it is doing on the Pinterest network. You may also want to add the Pinterest Pin it button to your site to increase exposure.
While we don’t use Pinterest on WPBeginner, we receive a lot of Pinterest traffic on our sister siteList25. You can check out List25’s Pinterest page as well.
We hope this article helped you verify your WordPress site on Pinterest.