A couple of months ago Pinterest announced Rich Pins for sites with products, recipes or movies.
Since then we’ve gotten some feedback that many of you could use an easy way to set up rich pins with your products or recipes on your WordPress site.
So we’re happy to announce our first Rich Pins WordPress plugin is getting released soon!
Rich Pins for WooCommerce
Our first rich pins plugin will be for products (e-commerce), and more specifically the WooCommerce platform. This decision was determined purely by initial demand from our customers.
Not to worry. If there is enough feedback, votes and demand, we’ll be making rich pins plugins for other e-commerce platforms and/or recipes.
Need rich pins for a different WordPress e-commerce platform?
Need rich pins for recipes?
In any case, if you join the list you’ll hear about any Rich Pins WordPress plugin we release.
Why Use Rich Pins?
Recently we’ve read there’s currently about 70 million users on Pinterest. Some claim around 10% make purchases through Pinterest with an average purchase price of $140-$180 per order.
But if you still want to brush up on the usefulness of rich pins, here’s a little bit of reading for you:
So why not add rich pins to your site, especially if we can help you with the technical side of things with a plugin?
The Rich Pins WordPress Plugin Roadmap
As we stated before, we’ll be releasing the Rich Pins for WooCommerce plugin first.
But we’ll be creating more plugins for other e-commerce platforms and/or recipes.
In what order will they be released? That’s purely up to the feedback we receive.