These unexpected companies that invest in Pinterest see something beyond the hard sell for a product when using Pinterest. It all boils down to how they use Pinterest for marketing and lead generation.
Hiroshi Mikitani is the outspoken CEO of Japanese e-commerce company Rakuten. The billionaire is well-known in Japan for his critiques of the business establishment, but he's less well-known in the West.
Sick of a Chinese cybersquatter allegedly snatching dozens of domain names similar to Pinterest, the company files a lawsuit on charges of cyberpiracy, trademark infringement, and more. Read this blog post by Dara Kerr on Internet & Media.
Image from: Gallery / Shutterstock Attention all: we’ve come to the brink, to the edge, to the precipice. Much-adored microblogging platform Tumblr.com is about to be surpassed in unique visitors by quirky style-wrought upstart Pinterest.com.
Started in 2010, Pinterest is a big website with people pinning and pinning. I never really saw the point of it, and still don’t, but I know how to use it (not for me, personally), and I have seen stats for some of the brands we’re working with.
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