Buy buttons seem to be springing up all over the place these days. The latest online outfit to join the club is Pinterest, which on Tuesday announced the imminent rollout of its own such feature in an effort to attract more brands to its service.
What's next for Google+? And is anyone still using it? The social network seems to have a brand-new feature called Collections, which is reminiscent of Pinterest. Collections began rolling out recently.
Utilizing the massive quantity of visual content generated by 70 million users, Pinterest is working on launching a purchasing function that would allows users to buy items that have been pinned on the site.
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Pinterest's Guided Search feature landed on mobile back in April. Now it's about to come to the Web version of the social networking site, offering users a more engaging way of navigating its 30 billion Pins.
Pinterest is trying to take search in a new direction with the launch of a new feature for mobile. Guided Search is a visual-based offering designed to make looking for stuff more fun, with the chance that you might end up somewhere you didn't expect.
If you’re curious if that’s an every day thing, the answer is, it’s not. Multiple Pinterest accounts were hacked, replacing people’s collections of wedding gown and cupcake photos with butt pics and weight loss ads.
Analytics firm 8thBridge has crunched the numbers and found that online retailers prefer Pinterest Pins to Facebook Likes, and that the world's biggest social network may be proving less effective for brands.