A common question I’m asked is how to verify your WordPress site on Pinterest.
This is another situation where the directions given are too generic and they’re not helpful for most people. Luckily there’s a much easier — and much safer — way to add the Pinterest verification code to your WordPress site.
Don’t edit your code files directly. That’s not very safe and you should be able to take care of this from your WordPress admin dashboard, not from the server control panel.
Did You Know Yoast Lets You Verify Your WordPress Site On Pinterest With Just A Few Clicks?
You may use the Yoast plugin — which you’ll want to have installed for SEO already — to add the Pinterest verification tag. This is the simplest method to verify your site on Pinterest.
And in case that doesn’t do the job I also go over another safe plugin that will let you verify Pinterest or any other website that asks you to add a meta tag to your blog.
Don’t worry if you’re not sure what this all means. I’ll explain everything and demonstrate how to complete your Pinterest verification.
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