Chanel, the popular fashion house in Paris, led all high-end fashion brands on Pinterest, according to a recent
When it comes to social sales, Pinterest is king and other social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter are the subjects.
Or as this infographic says, “Pinterest rules over Facebook and Twitter when it comes to purchase value.”
On average, Pinterest users spend $140 to $180 per order. Compare that to $80 for Facebook users per order and $60 for Twitter users.
The figure goes even higher when it’s the season leading up to Easter.
According to the infographic, Pinterest users spend an …
Several brands in specific industries are barely felt on Pinterest. Global brand firm Digitas and analytics suite Curalate have released an infographic that details brand engagement on Pinterest for three markets: fashion and retail, automotive and electronics.
The study found that 70 percent of brand engagement on Pinterest is user-generated, unlike Facebook and Twitter, where companies push campaigns using verified accounts and pages. At Pinterest, the community shares more personal …
How does one correctly do advertising on Pinterest?
Well, we have talked about advertising on Pinterest before but for those who want more about the topic, here’s an infographic for you.
READ: Use Pinterest For Business To Increase Traffic – And Sales – Through Your Site – The definitive 22 must-consider tips to read if you’re planning to use Pinterest for business.
The key main points the infographic made by Prestige Marketing are:
Know Your Audience,
Formulate A Content …
Pinterest is just as popular in the U.S. as Twitter is, according to a new set of data released by the Pew Research center.
In a breakdown of demographics for the top 5 social media sites in the U.S. for 2012, the Pew Internet & American Life Project reveals that 16 percent of internet users in the country use Twitter while 15 percent use Pinterest.
Twitter counts 17 percent of all internet users who are men as users of its services while 15 percent of women internet users use the …
Pinterest is a very handy tool to curate things you like. Just like any other social networking site though, it does have its weird sides.
We recently talked about how Pinterest can be used to boost traffic and sales through your site. However, not every Pinterest users is using Pinterest for business.
Out of the many things you can post on Pinterest, some users find joy in posting things that make you go, “Whoa! That’s not too cool. It’s – uhm – creepy.”
Granted that …
The definitive 22 must-consider tips to read if you’re planning to use Pinterest for business.
So you are an entrepreneur and you’ve heard time and again you should use Pinterest for business to boost your venture. Why should you do that? Simply put, it is because Pinterest can deliver results if you know what you are doing. This is why businesses should leverage the use of Pinterest to drive traffic to their websites and in turn generate more to sales. Pinterest has been showing …
Pinterest has just gotten a $30 million investment from venture capital firm SV Angel in the company’s secondary sale round.
According to a report from TechCrunch, the investment was confirmed to them by SV Angel cofounder David Lee.
The investment was first spotted in a filing at the United States Securities and Exchange Commission detailing a separate fund raised by the venture capital firm called SV Angel-III Growth P.
According to reports, the investment is at the same $1.5 billion …
Every day, the most popular social media platforms are changing – sometimes drastically. While users strive to adapt, do any of us really understand what these changes mean? I’ve gathered some of the most recent social media updates, as well as how they’ll affect your user experience.
It’s no secret that Pinterest is the fastest growing social media network ever. In one week alone, it sees 12 million unique visitors. So it only makes sense that the next step for Pinterest …
A man has filed a lawsuit against Pinterest on allegations that one of its investors stole the concept of boards and other concepts and used it on the rising social network.
Theodore F. Schroeder, a resident of Ocean City, New Jersey, claims in the lawsuit that his website, RendezVoo, started with services for users to share locations, but developed into a community where members regularly visit to share ideas, perspectives, items, and preferences on different topics, including economics, …