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Pinterest Feed Setup

Getting Started

  1. Access Pinterest Ads Manager:

    • Sign into your Pinterest business account and go to Ads Manager.

  2. Navigate to Catalogs:

    • From the top menu, click on 'Ads' and then select 'Catalogs' from the dropdown menu. If you're new to Catalogs, you might see a prompt to get started.

  3. Create a New Data Source:

    • Within the Catalogs section, go to 'Data sources' and then click on 'Add new data source' to set up a new feed.

  4. Choose Data Source Type:

    • Select 'Use a data source URL' to indicate you're using a feed file URL.

  5. Enter Feed File URL:

    • Provide the full URL given in OmniOne AI. Your file should be in a supported format (CSV, TSV, RSS XML, or Atom XML) and publicly accessible via HTTP or HTTPS.

  6. Set Your Feed Name and Schedule:

    • Name your feed for internal reference.

    • Choose how often Pinterest should fetch updates from your feed file (e.g., daily, weekly). This will be your feed update schedule.

  7. Configure Feed Settings:

    • If needed, you can add optional settings such as country and language, currency, and Google product category.

  8. Map Your Feed Columns:

    • You'll need to map the columns in your feed file to the fields Pinterest requires. Make sure that your feed includes all mandatory fields and attributes.

  9. Submit and Validate Your Feed:

    • Once you've entered all necessary information, submit your feed.

    • Pinterest will then validate your feed to ensure it complies with their format and content requirements. You can track the status of this process in the 'Data sources' tab.

  10. Address Any Errors:

    • If there are errors or warnings after the validation process, you’ll need to fix these in your feed file and resubmit.

  11. Review and Activate:

    • Once your feed is error-free and processed, it will become active.

    • Now your products are ready to be featured across Pinterest shopping features and ads.

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