Url2pin is an extremely easy web tool to use — just copy and paste a url address into it and — within seconds — you have a “pinnable” image you can use on Pinterest. It’s very handy. One negative, however, is that it will only create a pinnable image of the home page of a website. For example, if I try to pin the url address of a particular post from this blog, and will still only create an image of the main url address of the blog.

I’m adding it to The Best Guides To Figuring Out Pinterest.