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Tammy Katz 's insight:
Pinterest is great for brands and companies with highly visual, high involvement products and categories (think cooking, home decor, entertaiing) that target women with income < $75,000, above average social media involvement. More involved, higher purchasing levels than Facebook (for the RIGHT businesses).
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