Ceros and Pinterest

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If you are using Pinterest for your marketing efforts, this can be a great place for you to share your Ceros content.

The first thing you’ll want to do is take a screenshot or create a GIF of a really cool, animated portion of the experience. Here’s an example of a GIF we’ve created for our Pin:

As you can see, this GIF captures the animations in the header section and will serve as an engaging, interesting thumbnail for our Pinterest post. Now, let’s navigate over to Pinterest to create our Pin.

You can add your Ceros experience to current Pinterest boards that you have created, or you can create a new board solely for your Ceros content. Once you’ve decided which board you want your experience to live on, open up that board and click on the plus sign to create a new Pin.

Here, you can upload the GIF or screenshot to use as the thumbnail of the post, add a title, description, and the standalone link to the Ceros experience (more on how you can mask that link with a vanity domain here).

Now, your Ceros experience will be Pinned to one of your Pinterest boards that links back to the full piece!

Want to share your content via Pinterest but your experience is embedded into a page on your site? Simply use the URL of the parent page as the link in your Pin instead of the experience’s standalone link.

If you have any questions surrounding sharing your content on Pinterest, be sure to ping our support team in the studio chat widget.

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