In the coming weeks, we’re going to retire the Like button on Pins.There are lots of reasons why people like Pins on Pinterest. But because we have both a Save button and a Like button, it hasn’t always been clear how they’re different. After doing a bunch of research with Pinners, we found Pinterest is easier to understand when we remove the Like button altogether.Hello, Save button
Michaels and Pinterest today announced a partnership to launch Make It Kits, a unique kit which includes all the necessary supplies to help anyone, from a beginner to a more experienced crafter, make one of the most trending projects on Pinterest.
There are over 150 million people who use Pinterest to find ideas, and more than half of those are from outside the United States. That’s why we spent the last year making sure that our app works quickly and smoothly for everyone—no matter where you live or what language you speak.
A new month means it’s time for another trend forecast! This month, we’re taking a look at what’s springing up as Pinners get ready for sunnier temperatures and a handful of seasonal moments like Mother’s Day and graduation ceremonies.
More than 175 million people use Pinterest every month, with over half of them living outside the United States. And many of them are using Pinterest on their Android phones—in fact, Android users are the fastest growing group on Pinterest right now.
People are more likely to shop on Pinterest than on other platforms. That’s because Pinterest guides people through the shopping journey, from that first moment of inspiration to the final purchase. This benefits marketers, too. Today’s path to purchase is more fragmented than ever before—but marketers can use Pinterest to reach people throughout the entire process.
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