Polyvore, a social commerce website, used the Pinterest API to give their members a way to seamlessly save fashion, beauty and home decor sets from their site to Pinterest. After launching the integration, Polyvore found that people started saving 1000% more Pins, and visits back to their site have jumped by 30%.
We’re excited to announce that our API is now open for development! Start building apps and integrations with Pinterest to help people discover, save and do more with your business. (When you’re ready to publicly launch your app, you’ll need to submit it for a quick review.) Once someone logs in to your app with Pinterest, you’ll be able to:
Unilever’s Dove is continuing to boost its image as a supporter of women’s self-esteem with a new campaign leveraging Pinterest, reflecting the platform's ongoing relevance for targeting millennial women even as other marketers flock to Snapchat and Instagram.
Pinterest, a web and mobile app you can use to save and share images of things you're interested in -- and even buy those things -- today announced that its application programming interface (API) is now fully available out of beta, allowing developers to integrate content from Pinterest into their own apps.
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