While the web is full of information to help you on your way with the worlds favorite pinning platform, there is little help giving advice on what not to do on Pinterest? Here’s our top 5 things to avoid when using Pinterest
Following on from their $150 million investment in Pinterest earlier this year, Japanese eCommerce giant Rakuten have begun the integration of the famous pin-it button into 3 of their Internet offerings
Here’s our tasty infographic for how to use Pinterest. It includes all the important hints and tips that you need to get started with Pinterest and what you should do for best practice in pinning
We’re delighted to announce the fantastic move of the Pinterest News website to it’s new home on www.pinterestnews.org. Don’t worry, nothing’s gone missing. All the competitions, articles and infographics are accounted for, so don’t panic.
We’ve been getting quite a lot of questions and feedback through the social media channels asking us to give some hint and tips on better pinning. In response to our readers and followers, here’s our top 5 things to do for smarter pinning
Reports are this week confirming that Japanese e-commerce company Rakuten have injected $100million into Pinterest, valuing the company at approximately $1.5billion – an impressive growth from the estimated $200million valuation last year.
There are 5 rules of etiquette for using Pinterest. Make sure you follow these official guidelines for a trouble free life of pinning and sharing using the Pinterest platform. Happy pinning!