Jeff Sieh interviews Pinterest expert Vincent Ng on all the new changes that have been rolling out on Pinterest. Discussion includes the smart feed, promoted pins, rumors, facts, and where Pinterest is heading in the future.
In the summer of 2014 Pinterest unveiled its much-anticipated business model, Promoted Pins. The company recruited around twenty beta partners, such as Target, Kraft, General Motors and Expedia, each of ...
Pinterest co-founder Evan Sharp talks about the power of digital curation and what the app really does: ‘It’s really this great tool for discovering creative ideas and saving them for later’
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Must read interview with Evan Sharp, Pinterest co-founder
“One of our company goals is to get you offline, unlike a social network. We’re not just about engagement and time spent. We aspire to be more about helping you with your life and getting you offline and doing things,” he says.
Pinterest has built a system called Stingray, a platform that streams events in real-time so that Pinterest’s Black Ops spam team can catch any activity that looks suspicious and shut it down within milliseconds.
In just a short amount of time, Pinterest has introduced a host of new features to enable its rapidly growing and active user base to find more relevant products – and brands to more easily drive sales. The problem is that change happens so frequently now, it’s practically become the norm. How to keep up with it all, and, more importantly, how to know which changes affect your brand?
Let’s take a brief look at Pinterest’s evolution and some of the more notable tools that have launched.
There are more colours than just pink and not all women are wearing high heels elbow-deep in diapers. As society changes, so does the picture of the average mom so don't restrict your marketing collateral to images of stereotypical moms of the past. ...
A pair of researchers, one with Yahoo Labs, the other Georgian Tech University, has found via analysis of data on the photo sharing site Pinterest, that the colors that dominate in an image can have an impact on how much an image is shared. In their paper published in the journal PLOS ONE, Saeideh Bakhshi ...
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