Recently we discussed how Viralwoot’s Content Manager can help bring new life to old Pins, exposing a whole new audience to some great older content. At the same time, we saw how new Pinterest users with little content could also benefit from Viralwoot’s Drip Pinning capabilities. In this post, you’ll learn how Content Manager can be used to create boards, edit them, and edit pins. Plus, we’ll discuss how to manage a large number of boards using Viralwoot. This is particularly helpful if you need to make large-scale SEO changes.
You can create your Pinterest boards right from within Viralwoot by clicking on Content Manager from the left sidebar and then clicking on Create Board. All the information that’s necessary for creating a board can be filled in on this one screen. Technically, Pinterest only requires a name for your board. However, it’s a good idea fill in a detailed description concerning the board, using keywords in a natural way where possible. Make sure you select a category that best describes the board as it is an important SEO factor in search results.
In addition to creating Pinterest boards, Viralwoot also lets you manage them from within the platform. Click on Content Manager in the left sidebar, then click on Manage Boards. All boards associated with the Pinterest account are presented in a list, which may take up more than one page, depending on the number. Each entry consists of board name, category, privacy, description, and number of Pins. You can sort this list, either ascending or descending, using any of these criteria by pressing the arrow icon beside the column name.
All information in this table can be quickly searched by typing into the search bar above the list. Viralwoot automatically searches as you type, making it very convenient, especially for accounts with scores of boards.
Click on the appropriate Edit button to change the board name, description, category and privacy level.
Here is where you can search and edit one or more Pins’ description, URL and board. It’s very convenient for editing single Pins, but you’ll appreciate it even more when you need to make large-scale changes.
Click on Content Manager, then Manage Pins and you’ll see a page full of Pins that you can edit. There are 32 Pins listed per page with navigation buttons on the bottom to move to other pages of Pins as needed. Each entry shows the image and Pin description. Clicking on the image opens a new browser tab and brings you to the original image source.
Clicking on the image opens a new browser tab and brings you to the original image source.
Click the Select checkbox beside the image to edit one or more images.
Click the Select all button near the top selects all images on the page.
After selecting the Pins, click the Edit Pins button to edit the information. In the list of Pins
In the list of Pins, that appears you can modify the information for each Pin individually. In cases where Pins share common data, you can save a tremendous amount of time by editing the first Pin and clicking the “Set this… for all”. You can also apply the same URL link and Board name to the entire list.
Click the Edit Pins button to save your changes.