You can also follow specific categories to get Pins from other like-minded users delivered to your home feed.
You want them to lead Pinners TO your content, not away from it.
If you want to change your hashtag later, edit the Pin description. • • • CLICK to get your FREE Pinterest Basics e-course!
Hashtags on Pinterest ONLY work in Pin descriptions! I would strongly recommend you continue your keyword strategy on Pinterest.
I believe this will be the way most Pinners will discover your content.
When inserting a hashtag, Pinterest recommends you be specific and descriptive. As of October 21, Pinterest is showing 4 hashtags add more than 4 hashtags.
Use words or phrases that describe the content in the Pin. Remember that hashtags have to be an exact match to be found in that hashtag feed.
#oscars, #backtoschool, #halloween) and/or hashtags for evergreen content that works well on Pinterest (e.g. This is to help make it easier to for users to filter and find relevant content they are interested in.
I recommend putting hashtags at the END of your description.
This is a noteworthy update for Pinterest users because it’s now easier than ever to discover more of the content you’re interested in, while blocking out the things you’re not interested in.