The recent rise of Pinterest, along with a slew of other image-heavy digital services—such as Tumblr, The Fancy and Instagram—has ushered in a new digital era in which a picture is worth a thousand words.
It is always fun to see the offshoots of popular social media sites. TweetDeck, HootSuite and Radian 6 could never have existed without sites as popular as Facebook and Twitter. Well, there is a new third-party tool in town called Pinerly.
Pinterest is now the third-largest source of referral traffic on the Web. Silbermann described how it went from languishing to its current massive size, in a talk at Y Combinator's Startup School this weekend.
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