Professional Pinterest Set-Up & Clean Up

The cure to “Pinterest overwhelm”

You know Pinterest could be major in bringing your business or blog traffic, but the thought of learning and configuring ANOTHER platform gives you a major case of overwhelm. We get it.

We live and breath Pinterest so you don’t have to!

We can help you set-up your Pinterest account, optimize it with the right keywords, and clean it up so it’s ready to start bringing you traffic and sales!

“I hired PinHouss to set-up and clean up our Pinterest account. Rachel completely TRANSFORMED our online reach. ⁠

Pioneer Rentals is a small business in the wedding + event space and the expertise of Rachel and her team blew us away. Our reach expanded by thousands & thousands almost overnight. Working with PinHouss is not just a wonderful experience… It’s measurable & we saw actual results almost instantly. Thank you PinHouss for helping us grow so quickly.” ⁠

Brittany Cantarini

Owner, Pioneer Rentals

How can we help?

Pinterest Account Set-Up & Clean-Up Package Includes:

  • Pinterest Account Audit (if you have an account)
  • Keyword Optimization of your profile, bio & name
  • Keword optimization of all your boards including names and descriptions
  • Up to 10 new created boards for your targeted keywords
  • Profile optimization
  • Pinterest website verification (helping you get it set up)
  • A list of the top 10 keywords you should be targeting for your industry
  • 5 Pinterest graphics created for your account to show you how to pin
  • 30 minute consultation to go over on-going strategy


Investment: $475

“I use PinHouss for my Pinterest posting strategy. Pinterest consistently ranks 1st or 2nd in referral sources and has the highest conversion rates for purchases among other social media referrals. I believe this is directly due to Rachel’s strategies to optimize the Roo’s rank and searchability on Pinterest.”

Tamara Cullen

Owner, The Roo Apron

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