10 Pinterest Tools to Rock Your Pinterest Marketing

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10 Pinterest Tools to Rock Your Pinterest Marketing

I love living in this generation where there are tools to simplify just about any online task. And Pinterest is no exception! If you worry about spending too much time on Pinterest, or if you want to get the maximum results with minimum marketing effort, you’ll want to check out some of the Pinterest tools I share below.

1. Pin Search

Pin Search

It is a free extension for the Google Chrome browser that allows you to perform a Google image search on any picture on Pinterest. You will find a ‘Search’ button when you hover over any of the pins, and clicking it will yield Google search results for that picture.

2. Woobox Pinterest Tab

Woobox Pinterest Tab

This is a free Facebook app that allows you to add a Pinterest tab on your Facebook page’s timeline. In this tab, you can choose to display all your boards with pins (as shown in Pinterest) or display only the pins in a particular board.

3. ViralWoot


This online tool allows you to schedule your pins, gain more followers, easily promote your pins, and track what is getting pinned from your website. There are free and paid versions of this service available, and it is one I have personally used.

4. Piqora


The Piquora Pinterest Marketing Suite helps you sift through your Pinterest analytics and guides you to pin timely, appropriate content that will resonate with your audience and grow you Pinterest community.

5. Tailwind


This online service helps you monitor all Pinterest activity related to your brand and its competitors. It also tracks pins from your website and specific hashtags. The starter plan is free, but you can upgrade to a paid plan to use some of the advanced features.

6. Viraltag


Viraltag is an image management tool that can be used for Pinterest. It helps you discover pin-worthy images, organize your visual content and publish them on Pinterest. This tools is free for up to 3 social media profiles.

7. PinAlerts


PinAlerts is another free online tool that sends you email notifications when someone pins something from your website. These notifications will help you keep track of who’s pinning what, and also engage with your top pinners.

8. Pintsmatic


This free online tool allows you to create a variety of pins containing quotes, websites, sticky notes, music, and photos with captions. You can also use it to pin the physical location of your business, or dates of events your business might be participating in.

9. Loop88


Loop88 is an online service that connects advertisers with individual pinners. It connects brands with Pinterest influencers who get paid to promote the brand’s content. It is a win-win situation. Businesses get publicity, and Pinterest users make money.

10. Pinwords


You may already know that graphics with captions do extremely well on Pinterest. Pinwords is a free tool that allows you to easily add text to your images and directly pin them onto Pinterest.

I hope these Pinterest tools simplify your Pinterest experience, and allow you to be more organized in your pinning journey. For today’s challenge, I want you to identify 1 or 2 tools that you are interested in and check them out.

Tell me what your favorite Pinterest tool is, and enter to win one of two $25 Amazon gift cards!

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About the Author:

School teacher turned internet marketing consultant, Sunu Philip is a Certified SEO Specialist. She founded “Clothed in Scarlet” to help women discover their unique God-given strengths and turn their talents into profits online. She offers subscribers a Free Online Business Startup Kit to help them start their online business from scratch.


  1. Dana October 22, 2014 at 9:37 pm - Reply

    Pinwords and Pintsmatic look like sites that have the tools I was looking for, thanks again for offering great information.

  2. Deanna November 5, 2014 at 11:07 pm - Reply

    The only things I’ve heard of on this list are the scheduling tools – and I haven’t used them yet. Pintsmatic looks kind-of fun. I think I know what I’m going to be messing around with during my down time. 🙂

  3. Ruth in NZ November 6, 2014 at 3:03 pm - Reply

    Most of those tools seem a bit out of my league at the moment but I could see myself using the Pinwords tool. I feel like the others may be fora bit further down the track when i know what I am doing.

  4. Stephanie Reed April 27, 2017 at 10:08 pm - Reply

    The tool I like for managing and automating my Pinterest account is PinPinterest. It has got me about 55k followers in the last 7 months.
    PinPinterest is free for all, runs online, sets up fast, has Pin Scheduling and Speed control features. The mobile optimised website lets you have access to your account anytime and from any device.
    Its intelligent algorithm pins only content relevant to my business, thus keeping my boards clutter-free…
    Its truly the tool of the future.

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