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How To Hide Multiple Pinterest Pins Or Blog Post Images In WordPress

How To Hide Multiple Pinterest Pins Or Blog Post Images In WordPress

Hey ladies!

Today, I’ve been working on a video tutorial showing you guys how to hide pins and other images in your blog posts.

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There are a couple of reasons you may want to do this.

  1.  It gives your audience an option, which then tells you what designs are working.
  2. If you’re using Tailwind you can see what pin designs are converting better and make that design your main pin.
  3. Again, if you use Tailwind or Boardbooster to schedule it give you more scheduling options. You may schedule Pin A on week 1 and Pin B on week 2 to rotate them out.
  4. It takes 5 seconds to implement into your post!

Quickly, and easily hide blog post images and pins on your WordPress blog just by adding a short snippet of code right into your blog post.

If you click on my Sumo share bar Pinterest icon you will see that you have 4 design options – all of the pins come from the same template, pretty much with small tweaks to them.

Maybe 2 of my pins are duds, while the other 2 convert. Maybe all 4 suck, and I need to go back to the drawling board.

By testing several options out you and I are not shutting ourselves into a corner with one design that may or may not be attractive to our target audience.

Note: If you do not want to add the images to your blog post, you should still be making several pins to upload directly to Pinterest. 

For more blogging tips check out some Blog At Home Mom Favorites 1, 2 & 3

To find out how to hide images in your blog post watch the video below. Don’t forget to subscribe on YouTube!

 

Copy & paste the code below and you’re good to go!

<div style= “display:none;”> Image Goes Here </div>

 

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How to add multiple pins to one blog post and not overwhelm it visually. Give your audience an option when it comes to what pin they like best by hiding images in your blog post. Pinterest marketing, pinterest pins, WordPress, blog post images, blog post, WordPress tutorial.

How to add multiple pins to one blog post and not overwhelm it visually. Give your audience an option when it comes to what pin they like best by hiding images in your blog post. Pinterest marketing, pinterest pins, WordPress, blog post images, blog post, WordPress tutorial. How to add multiple pins to one blog post and not overwhelm it visually. Give your audience an option when it comes to what pin they like best by hiding images in your blog post. Pinterest marketing, pinterest pins, WordPress, blog post images, blog post, WordPress tutorial.

This Post Has 3 Comments
    1. Glad you found it useful! I like to go in and revamp old post pins too, on evergreen content. I do that a couple of times a year, especially if they aren’t circulating well on Pinterest anymore.

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