Pinterest now asks you to verify your site - how do we do this?
http://business.pinterest.com/verify/?u … ics_launch
Like I said in that other thread, we would have to make it possible for Hubbers to directly upload the code associated with their Pinterest profiles to their HubPages subdomains... that is, if this works on a subdomain level.
We're looking into it!
Please see: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/110500
Direct code upload would also allow us to register with Bing Webmaster Tools. I hope you can find a way to make it work.
by ngureco 18 months ago
Do we need to verify the niche sites in Google Adsense if a hub is moved to the new domain?
by ddlax 4 years ago
Hey thereIt came to my knowledge that you have still not verified your hubpages website on pinterestif i am not wrong this seems your official profile on pinteresthttp://pinterest.com/hubpages/i have seen many sites having increased their exposure by 20-40% on pinterest by verifying their...
by Arielqiao 5 years ago
Today I pined one of my hub successfully. Then I went to visit Pinterest. On my Pinterest page, I saw a Verify button.I clicked on it, and wanted to verify my hubpages profile link there. I followed the instruction to do it. It asks me to upload a HTML verification file to my web server. How...
by moonlake 5 years ago
I tried to verify my hubpages on Pinterest and I couldn't. This is what I got when I tried to verify-Your server responded with a status code of 404 (file not found). We tried to visit http://moonlake.hubpages0com/pinterest-9e075.html.
by Kristen Howe 3 years ago
How do you verify HP on Pinterest? I'm having trouble with it, since I just joined Pinterest.I've tried it for my blog and for Hub Pages today. I did add Pinterest to my profile, but not the other way around. Any ideas?
by Simon Cook 5 years ago
Currently we cannot verify hubpage accounts on Pinterest, and the side effect of this seems to be that our Pins are not shared on the main Pinterest boards. Therefore I did the following:-Edited my profile and added my blogger main blog-Used the HTML method and added a Meta tag below 'header' on...
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