How to Add Multiple Pin Images in Squarespace Blog Posts Without Displaying Them

 Pinterest is more than “yet another social network”. It’s a search engine that can help you drive massive amounts of traffic to your website — when used correctly. One of the ways to use Pinterest correctly is to have multiple pin images per post and in this quick video, I’ll show you how to add multiple pins to your Squarespace blog posts without displaying them.

Pinterest is more than “yet another social network”. It’s a search engine that can help you drive massive amounts of traffic to your website — when used correctly. One of the ways to use Pinterest correctly is to have multiple pin images per post and in this quick video, I’ll show you how to add multiple pins to your Squarespace blog posts without displaying them.

But first… Why Use Multiple Pins?

You’re probably wondering why create and use multiple pins? Isn’t that just more work?

You’re absolutely right, it is more work… but once you create the original image for your pin, all you really have to do is duplicate the design, change out the photo and the layout for your text.

It’s a few extra minutes that can have a massive impact on your blog and website traffic so well worth the effort in my humble opinion.

Here’s the thing: there are three good reasons why you should be doing so.

  1. When you create multiple pin images, you appeal to different audiences which means your pins are getting seen by more people.

  2. Plus, if you have multiple pins, you can add “more” content to your Pinterest board without appearing spammy for pinning the same thing over and over again and without actually creating more content. (And while we all know more content is good, girl… let’s face it, sometimes there just isn’t enough time in the day to create more content! )

  3. Lastly, even Pinterest encourages creating a variety of pinnable images for your blog posts so who are we to argue with that 😉?

SO.

With that out of the way, jump in to the video and give it a watch.

 
 


As promised, here’s the code you’ll need to make it work:

<div style="display:none">
  <img src="https://static1.squarespace.com/static/57b97b9de3df2876f5444f6c/5beaff4bc2241b3686be225f/5bf652938a922de88eb59468/1542869654857/1.png?format=1000w" />
</div>

Happy pinning!

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