Product Feed for Pinterest Product Catalogs

Description

Automatically pin your products on your WooCommerce site to Pinterest.

WooCommerce product RSS Feed for ‘Pinterest Product Catalogs’. Automatically pin the products on your website by posting information such as photo, price, stock status, product description in your pinterest account.

Does not contain your blog posts! It feeds only your products.

It adds price information to the pin on your Pinterest account and when users click on your pin picture, they go to the sales page on your website.

Thus, you earn customer through pinterest and increase your potential sales channel.

The RSS feed has been developed with tags recommended by Pinterest.

It is mandatory to have WooCommerce in your WordPress structure.
You do not need to install an additional RSS plugin on your site.

for example:

You just need to login this link for use:
http://www.yourdomain.com/?call_pinterest_product_catalogs=1

Product Items by:

  • id
  • title
  • description (short description)
  • link
  • image_link (product first image)
  • availability (in stock, out of stock, preorder)
  • condition (default ‘new’)
  • sale price
  • price

Screenshots

  • RSS print screen
  • Pinterest RSS screen
  • Pinterest mobile pin screen

Installation

  1. Upload the “Product Feed for Pinterest Product Catalogs” plugin to your website
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Go To “settings” and there you will find all you need under “Product Feed for Pinterest Product Catalogs” plugin options.
  4. Good Luck

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Contributors & Developers

“Product Feed for Pinterest Product Catalogs” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

1.0.3

2020-09-10
*errors have been fixed.
*’sale price’ field has been added.

1.0.2

2020-08-20 errors have been fixed.

1.0.1

2020-08-15 product type update.

1.0.0

2020-07-11 first launch.

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