Pinterest recently began rolling out Search Ads. It goes without saying that Google has had a multitude of success with search advertising, and now the social platform for Pinners is joining the group as well.
February was a relatively mellow month in the social media world. Facebook only had a few, while smaller players like Pinterest and YouTube had several as well. Snapchat’s IPO also provided a variety of enlightening data for marketers to use. Here are some of the top social media updates from February 2017.
Pinterest is bringing visual search to its Chrome browser extension. The new feature lets you select objects in images to see related images from Pinterest.
Pinterest is making its paid search product – which includes keyword and shopping campaigns, targeting, and reporting – available to more advertisers.
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November was a busy month in the social media world. There were updates, enhancements, and announcements across various social networks. Here is a roundup.
Pinterest is unveiling a new look to business pages. The big update gives businesses a new way to showcase boards and buyable pins.
Pinterest is testing a new type of Promoted Video that begins playing as soon as Pinterest users discover it. The company has also unveiled “tried it” pins.
October was a relatively mellow month in terms of social media updates, but that doesn’t mean there weren’t any noteworthy announcements. #RIPVine
Pinterest has reached a new milestone. The social bookmarking site has revealed that it now has 150 million monthly active users globally.
Pinterest has given advertisers new retargeting options. You can now create audiences based on actions users take with your pins and on your website.
Pinterest is introducing engagement retargeting to let you target users who have engaged with your pins, and adding a new tag for better retargeting.
Pinterest has launched a new type of video advertising called Promoted Video Ads. The new ads are designed to help brands drive more sales.
Pinterest advertisers can now buy ads based on how much they want to pay for impressions. In addition to CPM buying, Pinterest will allow frequency capping.
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Pinterest advertising is about to get some much-needed targeting options: Customer List Targeting, Visitor Retargeting, and Lookalike Targeting.
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Here’s a recap of the top 10 social media updates from October 2015.
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