In the summer, Pinners are inspired to invite friends into their homes for casual get-togethers. We had over 1 million “get together” Pins in 2015, and they're constantly growing! No surprise: nearly 8 out of 10 millennials say that some of their best memories come from experiences, not things, according to Eventbrite.
Pins are a little like people you'd meet at a party. The most engaging ones tell a great story, make people laugh or add to the conversation.It’s the same with Pins: the most popular ones have a winning combination of style and substance. Pinterest is a visual platform, so of course you want your Pins to look great—but you also want to pay attention to the details that draw people in, like compelling descriptions, relevant links and useful Rich Pin details.Here are 3 ways to make your Pins stand out:1. Make them beautiful
From cookies to croissants, Pinterest is the place to find melt-in-your-mouth recipes and delicious inspiration. Most bakers on Pinterest are women ages 18-34, and with 544 million Pins about cakes they definitely have a sweet tooth. Desserts may be favored in the kitchen, but there are plenty of pizza lovers too—Pinners are also looking for savory dish ideas.
People come to Pinterest looking for new ideas to try, and the very best ideas come from businesses like yours. We understand that businesses and bloggers need a sustainable way to keep making great content. That’s why we’ve decided to allow affiliate links on Pinterest.
New Year’s resolutions are easy to make, but hard to keep. With the champagne toasts and countdown to midnight long behind us, we’re checking in to see which resolutions Pinners are sticking with and which didn’t make the cut.New Year, new Pins
People use Pinterest to find and save ideas for everything from what to cook for dinner tonight to what to get dad for Father’s Day. (Don’t forget—that’s coming up soon!) While exploring millions of eye-catching Pins, Pinners often stumble across a new product, idea or brand. A recent internal study found that 70% of Pinners have discovered something new on Pinterest.
Pinterest is no longer banning affiliate links on its service, after decreeing more than a year ago that it did so to prevent spammers from abusing those links. The company today updated its policy to reflect this change, saying that it has improved its spam detection to better remove any bad content and that it will be “rolling out all affiliate networks today and over the coming weeks.”
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