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Social marketing app Buffer has teamed up with Pinterest to allow you to schedule pins and managed your presence on the social network.
To take advantage, you’ll need a paid Buffer Awesome or Buffer for Business account.
You can now pin from websites or upload images through the Buffer app, create a daily Pinterest schedule for posts, and track or measure your posts performance.
You will need to authorize your Buffer account with Pinterest to get the new partnership set up. You can do that by logging into both and on your dashboard in Buffer, you’ll see an option to connect more profiles and pages – choose Pinterest and you are good to go.
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