A Note About Our Pinterest Integration
Schedule Pinterest Pins With CoSchedule
Woohoo! As of March 8, 2016, now you can schedule Pins to Pinterest with CoSchedule! Plan your Pins on the editorial calendar where you manage everything else.
Over the last several weeks, we have been experiencing reliability issues with our Pinterest integration. Many of our customers have contacted us about this issue. We are extremely sorry for the hassle and frustration it may have caused you.
Here at CoSchedule, we pride ourselves on being a reliable service. We send thousands of social messages every day, and we watch our send rates closely. We have a 99% reliability rate for scheduled social messages, and we are proud of those numbers.
That said, in the last several weeks the reliability issues with the Pinterest service have become unacceptably high.
Since these problems began, we have made repeated attempts to contact Pinterest to find a resolution that would allow our customers to continue scheduling content for their service. So far, those attempts at contact have failed.
This means we are no longer able to provide the level of service to our customers that we demand of ourselves; that poses a problem. When you schedule a message on CoSchedule, we are making a promise to you that we will deliver your message on time. It frustrates us that this is no longer possible with Pinterest.
It is for this reason that we have decided to discontinue our support for the Pinterest network effective immediately. As of today, all users will be unable to connect new Pinterst Boards, or schedule new Pins. For users who have scheduled pins on their calendar, we will do our best to send those pins over the next 30 days, but we do advise you to begin making alternate arrangements immediately. Messages that are currently scheduled for publishing after Monday September 29th will not be sent.
We will continue to reach out to Pinterest in the hope of finding a solution. We want our customers to be able to schedule pins from CoSchedule. This frustrates us just as much as it frustrates you.
Please let us know if we can be of any assistance to you during this transition. Feel free to reach out to us with any questions you may have.
Again, we are so sorry for any trouble this may cause.
~ Garrett and the CoSchedule Team