Pinterest presented on Monday their new information-rich pins that will not only help users find out more about the recipes, movies, or items that they find on the website but will also help businesses gain new customers.
The popular image curating platform has worked with numerous platforms for this purpose. For clothes, furniture, gifts, and similar items, they enlisted the help of Anthropologie, Asos, BHLDN, eBay, Etsy, Free People, Home Depot, Modcloth, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Overstock, REI, Sephora, Shopify shops, Shop Terrain, Sony, Target,Urban Outfitters, Walmart, Wayfair, Zulily. Users can find pricing, availability, and details on where to get the items on the Product pins.
Meanwhile, for gastronomic delights, they got help from 101 Cookbooks, Better Homes and Gardens, Bon Appetit, Chobani, Country Living, Delish,Epicurious, Good Housekeeping, Leite’s Culinaria, Martha Stewart, Living, MyRecipes,Naturally Ella, Nestlé Very Best Baking, Real Simple, Simply Recipes, Skinny Taste, The Girl Who Ate Everything, The Kitchn,What’s Gaby Cooking, Whole Foods Market, Woman’s Day. The information from Recipe pins include cook time, ingredients and the number of servings that each one yields.
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