Now that you know where to find good keywords for Pinterest SEO, it’s time to learn just what to do with them once you’ve picked the most relevant ones.
Today’s episode will list four places where you can add keywords (two might surprise you!) and a little piece of advice you should follow when you use keywords anywhere, be it for Pinterest or Google SEO.
Read It: Four places to use keywords on Pinterest
The first is within Pin descriptions. This is the description you or anyone add to any Pin. You can set this whenever you add a new Pin.
Board names and descriptions
The next place is in board names and descriptions. Choose a main keyword to name the board, then use any additional related keywords within the description.
On your website
Use keywords in your website content as well. Pinterest actually checks the content on your website, both images and text, to make sure the Pin is relevant to what’s actually on your site.
Social title and description
Finally, add keywords to your social meta title and description as well. This is sometimes referred to as the Facebook title and description and can usually be found in SEO settings for your post or page.
Pinterest uses this same meta data to set the Rich Pin title and description, so you want to make sure you use keywords there too.
Never keyword stuff!
As always, remember that Pinterest prefers for you to use your keywords in natural sentences rather than just listing them out.
Each of these places has plenty of room for you to write sentences that focus on your most important keywords.0