Pinterest is no longer the darling of the social media world, but its relationship with brands has become cosier recently with the launch of its business pages and new updates that enable companies to show product information on their pins.
For three elementary school teachers in San Francisco, Pinterest is a window into other classrooms - a virtual chalkboard where they can view lesson plans and fresh ideas from other educators without leaving their desks.
Pinterest's newest updates could mean big things for e-commerce and brands should take notice. What should your business be looking out for? In short, they add up to the emergence of Pinterest as a prominent e-commerce site.
A coy Ben Silbermann wasn’t saying much today about how he plans to incorporate advertising into Pinterest, the site he founded back in 2009. But it’s a good bet Pinterest advertising will be native-looking and centered on commerce.
Pinterest has become that rarest of specimens, at least in the consumer/social world: an independent, massively scaling service that not only bestows the “cool” factor that every large company seems to crave but, in Pinterest’s...
Pinterest is unveiling a new pin structure for different types of products and an integration with a large number of retail brands, as it continues buildng up the platform and paving the way for growth.