Pinterest is now letting users announce to the world they’re legit. The social network announced today that it is launching a new feature for users to “verify” that they own the Web site posted on their Pinterest profile. For now, the verified status is only for “top-level” domains.
When users visit verified accounts on Pinterest, they’ll see a red checkmark next to the user’s Web site on their profile. The red checkmark will also show up in the pinning site’s domain search results. Pinterest is rolling out this feature throughout this week.
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