Pinterest happens to be a great social networking portal that Internet marketers have recently figured out and are infiltrating to harvest business gains, even without the presence of several dedicated brands or pages on Pinterest. Pinterest has given businesses worldwide a slight nudge with its extraordinary features and one of the latest ones called as the rollout. The portal has initiated to roll out the site verification for all the pages. This specific feature is well intended to allow all the pinners easily learn more about their followers on Pinterest. Being precise, this is a feature that is going to highlight your site’s domain name on your Pinterest profile when you are using it. You will be able to see a red mark next to your URL in the search results as well as on your profile. Presently, the site verification feature is not obtainable for all the Pinterest accounts as yet, in case you do not get it, just sit back and wait, as the feature is progressively rolling out. Many Pinterest users have been asking about how to verify their site on Pinterest, as the feature provided is quite simple, but incredibly tech savvy users find it a bit hard to cope up with. First and foremost, you need to sign in to your account on Pinterest and browse through the ‘Settings’ tab. Check it to make sure that you have already listed your domain name before clicking over the ‘verify site’ button. You need to keep this point in mind that Pinterest supports the verification for only superior domains such as www.yourcompany.bizorwww.hubspot.com. Moreover, if you make use of an e-commerce site such as eBay, Shopify or Etsy as your primary site, you will not be able to authenticate your site on Pinterest at this time as Pinterest does not allow users to upload the HTML files for now. A vital step in this procedure which will be covered in the 3rd step. In the same way, particularly content management systems, HubSpot's included will not allow you to add files to the root folder, which means that the feature has not been made available presently. Just stay tuned,Pinterest team is already working on this via meta tags. As you move to the next page, you will see a set of instructions. You need to follow the on-screen instructions. Click on the ‘'Download a HTML verification file'tab, which is going to take you to another confirmation screen. Go back and continue with the subsequent step. Now, you need to upload the file you just have downloaded to your server. However, you have to ensure that you are not uploading it to a subfolder, as this way Pinterest will never be able to locate it. Complete the procedure by clicking over the ‘Click Here’ tab on the verification screen. Pinterest is going to check your URL for the HTML folder you recently uploaded, and will verify. You will get a success note once the project has been completed. This is going to highlight your domain name on your Pinterest profile. Other pinners will be able to find your website and discover more information about you as well as your business.