/PRNewswire/ -- For most magazine readers, the physical experience of flipping through glossy pages and tearing out the things you want to share - be it a photo of a room with that great couch you've been eyeing or a celebrity hairstyle or nail...
Pinterest is still growing with more 20 million users and 1.9 billion views worldwide. And the average user spends an astounding 14 minutes on the site. Most of these pinners are ages 25-54 and largely female – 79% female to 21% male.
Pinterest has learned about scaling the way most popular sites do -- the architecture works until one day it doesn't. But in a talk at the Surge Conference two Pinterest engineers shared their wars stories.
In a rare appearance, Pinterest CEO Ben Silbermann will be interviewed on stage at our RoadMap event on November 5th in San Francisco. Come hear the story behind one of the most disruptive web designs to emerge in years.
While studies have placed Pinterests users everywhere from 58% to 97% female (Forbes even joked, "Women are from Pinterest, men are from Google+"), mens style, design and culture is quickly growing on the site.
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