A little Pin can turn into something big. To prove it, a few folks on our team grabbed their hammers, built a collection of Pins and want to share them with you—in real life.
Join us in Boston next weekend for the first ever Pintervention pop-up, a truly hands-on Pinterest experience. Here’s a sneak peek of what you’ll see.
The Pin It button is how you save anything you want for later. Recipes, articles, project ideas…whenever you spot something you want to try some day, you just Pin It and it’s saved.
And starting today, we’ve made some big improvements to how Pinning works.
It’s super clear
Each Pin is a visual bookmark. And the improved new Pin selector makes it easy to decide exactly what you want to save.
Last year, we began publishing our first transparency report for the last six months of 2013. Today we’re releasing our first full year transparency report for 2014 as an update from our earlier mid-year report. You can see the full report here. We’ll continue to publish similar reports every six months.
We get a lot of questions about what men are up to on Pinterest, so we did some digging and thought we’d share what we found.
What’s trending with guys? Here are the top 3 Pins from men in the U.S. over the past month:
1) A sharp idea for taking your look to the next level in men’s fashion:
2) A home improvement how-to for building an easy platform bed:
Over the years, we’ve added extra info to Pins to make them even more useful. Recipe Pins list ingredients and cook time, product Pins show you price and availability, and article Pins give you a headline and story description.
We’ve crafted up a batch of heartfelt Pins for you to send to your valentine this year. Each one’s completely different, so you can find the perfect message for every secret crush, beloved friend and Valentine’s Day cynic in your life. See all your options on our Send a valentine board.
Last year, we started experimenting with Promoted Pins on Pinterest. Since then, a growing group of businesses in the U.S. have been paying to give their Pins more visibility in search results and category feeds. Now, we’re testing ads in different places, including the home feed, for U.S. Pinners.
Happy (almost) new year, everyone! We hope your holidays have been merry and bright, and that you’re fully recovered from all the holiday cheering.
Lots of Pinners have told us they’d like a way to move groups of Pins to new or different boards. So starting today, we’re making it happen!
Say you have a recipe board that’s gotten a little unwieldy, and you want to give your dessert Pins a board of their own. Now you can move them all at once:
1. Go to any of your boards on the web
2. Click Move Pins
3. Select up to 50 Pins to move
4. Pick a new board for them
There are all kinds of recaps and best-ofs this time of year, but Pinterest is all about getting creative and planning ahead. While we love a good 2014 rehash as much as anyone, it’s even more fun to start hatching plans for 2015.
To jump-start our planning, we came up with 100 Pin predictions for the year ahead. We looked at trending Pins in popular categories, Pins from our most influential Pinners and even a few hand-picked by Pinterest employees. Here are ten teasers: