It’s official. Over the past few weeks you may have noticed a strange message appearing on your Pinterest account telling you that you can now verify your account.Don’t panic if you haven’t. Sit tight because over the next few weeks Pinterest is progressively rolling out its brand new verification feature.Why is this good news? Well up until now your domain name was hidden behind a planet earth icon in the About section on your Pinterest page. Nice. But not really helpful if you want to brand yourself or your business, grow your audience or attract more leads and customers to your website.In a move that shows it means business, Pinterest’s new feature now lets other pinners learn more about the people and businesses they’re following. In short, verification will let you display your full website URL on your Pinterest profile. Users will also see a red checkmark next to your domain in search results and on your profile.Here’s a quick 3-step-process to help you verify your website on Pinterest along with the key benefits of doing this today.