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Why are my pins going to the Saved Tab instead of the Create tab?
Why are my pins going to the Saved Tab instead of the Create tab?
How to claim your domain and send pins to your Created tab!
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Written by Kevin Lorenz
Updated over a week ago

For all new Pins published via Tailwind in January 2021, new Pin Creates received 3.6x as many repins as Saves of existing Pins. So how do you ensure your eye-catching pins make it to your Create tab? We have the solution!

Not only will these steps help make sure your pins are properly attributed, but they will help you increase your engagement!

1. Make Sure Your Account is a Business Account

First, you'll want to convert your Personal Pinterest Account to a Business Account:

  1. Click the drop-down arrow in the upper right corner of Pinterest

  2. Select Settings

  3. Select Account Settings

  4. Scroll down to Account Changes

  5. Select Convert Account

  6. Double-check that the email address is the one associated with your Pinterest personal account

  7. Click Continue

Action Item: Personal to Business ๐Ÿ’ป

And ta-da! ๐ŸŽ‰ Youโ€™ll now see your Business hub, where your Pinterest analytics and Pinterest ads info is displayed.

2. Claim Your Domain

A quick way to confirm this is by the small checkmark next to your Pinterest name.

Please see the screenshot below

You can read more about how to claim your domain on Pinterest's website: Claim your website

After you have finished these steps, you should start seeing those pins populate in your Created tab! ๐ŸŽ‰

Helpful Tip: Need more Pinterest Help?

You can always look through our other articles in our Pinterest section:

Check out our latest blog article on how to increase your engagement in 2021!

Have more questions or need help? Contact our Customer Success Team using the question mark icon in the bottom left corner of your dashboard, or email us at [email protected].

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