We know you juggle a lot of different platforms for your marketing, and we want to make it easier for you to understand what makes Pinterest stand out and how you should use it to drive business results.That’s why we’re rolling out a series of educational videos that dive deep into our products and how Pinners use it. You’ll learn all about:
Last year, we gave you a way to buy things you find on Pinterest right from your phone. Today, we’re rolling out buyable Pins on web and adding a new shopping bag so you can shop for multiple items wherever you are.Here are just some of the things that make shopping with Pinterest unique:Take your new shopping bag anywhere
Pinterest is more of a marriage than a fling, one of those great relationships that only gets better with time.In fact, the longer people have been using Pinterest, the more useful, personalized and inspirational they feel it is. (The same goes for people who use Pinterest daily). This is because as they save Pins and choose whom to follow, they start seeing more of the things they love in their feed. Over time, Pinterest becomes ever-more relevant and valuable to them.
Remember the days when your actual mailbox was stuffed fuller than your digital inbox? Kids today might have Oculus Rift and iPads to entertain them, but they will never know the sheer joy of opening the mailbox to find that the JCPenny’s back-to-school lookbook or the Sears Wish Book had arrived.
Pinterest, the startup whose app lets people pin photos and other content to boards and even buy things shown in pins, today announced that the buy buttons that first appeared on the app are now coming to the web version. The startup is also adding a shopping bag that will follow you across devices.
People come to Pinterest looking for ideas—like what to eat for dinner, what to wear to work and how to style their homes. And when someone finds an idea on Pinterest, it often leads them to something they want to buy.
When we launched visual search last year, we gave a first look at what’s possible when you use images as search queries. Now, more than 130 million visual searches are done every month, as people search for the objects, styles and colors they see in Pins and get related recommendations.
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.
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