Speaking to econsultancy.com, marketing expert Jeff Zwelling explained: “In Q2 2011, Pinterest.com represented 1.2 per cent of social media revenue for e-commerce sites.
“It now represents 17.4 per cent and is quickly gaining on Facebook. We project Pinterest will be responsible for 40 per cent of social media e-commerce transactions by end of Q2 2012, reducing Facebook’s share to slightly under 60 per cent from 86 per cent a year ago.”
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