Pinterest announced today that it has made another acqui-hire, picking up the team behind the mobile commerce app Tote. While the visual search engine hasn’t released any financial details of the deal, we’re told that Tote cofounders Mike Bidgoli and Langtian Lang will be joining Pinterest to work on growth and monetization. It doesn’t seem that the third cofounder, Abuzar Amini, will be joining.
Millennials were raised in a socially-networked, digital media-filled world. They’re accustomed to instant access to information and frequently use Pinterest to find what they’re looking for. In fact, 79% of millennials said that “Pinterest is a guide to life and a place to teach me how to do things.”
It’s no secret that Pinterest has been steadily beefing up its business offering since 2013, introducing a range of shiny new ‘Rich Pin’ features geared toward ecommerce brands. The latest addition, ‘How-to Pins’ (launched on web and Android in March) enables retailers to pu
Pinterest announced today that it has acquired the team behind the smart keyboard app Fleksy. The visual search engine company is not picking up the technology. The app itself will remain operational “for the foreseeable future,” but app updates will be “minimal.”
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