Setting up a personal Pinterest account in your own home country and from home and that you do NOT include in SM2 is useful for learning how Pinterest works. There is a useful free WP plugin for doing cloning. It works about 90% of the time. I am not on my pc, but will check out the name and addit here when I get access back (from someone watching it!).
The plugin is called WP Clone by WP Academy. It was easy to use and worked straight off for the first site I wanted to move, which had about 20 pages on it.
The 2nd site I wanted to use it on was a lot bigger and older and I had been in the process of tidying up the posts and had put a lot into the trash to keep them off the site until I was ready to edit and republish when my host informed me that they were being "taken over" and that once my hosting time was complete for this year, it would cost a LOT more to keep my site there. I wanted to keep those several hundred "trash" items. The plugin didn't work on that one, HOWEVER, there was an advert from the providers which basically said, if it isn't working on this site, we can transfer for you for $10. That was worth it for me. I got new hosting and a new domain name and they had the job done within an hour of receiving the CPanel, etc details. (I changed the passwords and user names afterwards.) I kept the old site running where it is until the hosting expires and then will reuse the domain name or point it elsewhere.