If you’ve spent any time on Pinterest, you know that it’s all about beautiful Pinterest Pins. If you’re like many Pinners, you’ve spent more time looking than you have adding your own original content.
Our Pinterest Events are quickly gaining popularity, because they increase awareness to shoppers about your products.
Some people mistakenly think Pinterest is a social media platform. In fact, it’s a visual search and discovery engine – making it an ideal place to for Pinners to discover your products & online store.
Pinterest has a large, motivated user base of shoppers who are actively searching for inspirations and solutions to everyday problems. In reality, it’s a discovery engine that attracts a staggering two billion monthly searches.
If you’re ready to unlock new traffic and customers from Pinterest, then you’ve found the perfect place to start.
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