When you decide to make your personal Pinterest account into a business account, you may find several benefits. For starters, you will have access to Pinterest analytics, business ads, and more. All of these features can help you optimize your account and generate more traffic and sales. And you’ll have more control over your account. If you’re worried about losing privacy, there are some options to keep your personal account private.
While you can still use your personal account to post pins if you want to promote your business, you may want to switch to a business account. While your personal account may still have marketing-focused pins, converting to a business account will give you access to Pinterest analytics. The analytics feature lets you see how many times your pins have been repinned. You can also track the number of impressions, clicks, and clicks your pins receive. However, you will lose some reporting data, including analytics and ads.
When converting to a business account, you will need to add your website and other information to the account. In order to do so, go to the “create business account” option on the standard Pinterest login page. You’ll need to enter your email address, age, and password, and then fill out a few fields to describe your business. After you’ve entered the information, you’re ready to set up your business account.