If your business is employing Pinterest as a marketing tool, you may already be savvy to the newest updates.
If not, here are several links which will bring you up to speed.
I like the new look they’ve introduced. A couple of the highlights include:
• Pins from the same board: You can explore the entire board without leaving the page you’re on.
• Pins from the same source: Here you’ll find other things pinned from the same website. This is a great option for quick searches.
• “People who pinned this also pinned” feature.
• Easier share options.
• The Rearrange Boards button has been moved, but you can now easily do this by drag and drop.
There’s also a few aesthetic changes such as bigger pins (was 600 pixels wide, now 735 wide), removal of the Comments button, and useful changes such as a back button. My saunters through Pinterest have, until now, been a bit of a free fall journey, landing me wherever in the Pinterest universe the click may take me. Now, when you scroll and click through pins, the back button lands you right back where you were no matter how far you’ve gone.
Read more about the new look and features here.
Importantly for businesses, Pinterest also introduced Web Analytics. Now you can see what pinners are repinning most from your site and also track their activity. Learn more about it at this link, and find installation instructions and tips to optimize your Pinterest business page here.
Finally, a few more useful insights and tips at this post.