Do you wonder what people think about Pinterest? TrustPilot gives it a 8 out of 10 points. But it is deriven from only six reviews. You may also want to hear the pinterest reviews of the authority website reviewers like pcmagor cnet. Let’s see what they say:
The industry is littered with the remains of services that seemed to have potential, only to fall short before long. But a well-known serial entrepreneur is willing to wager that Pinterest might just succeed where so many others have failed.
Pinterest isn’t necessarily unique. There are currently several sites across the Web that offer a similar service, including Snip.It and Quora, which launched its “boards” last month. However, Pinterest so far has been the only company to distinguish itself.
The relatively new website Pinterest takes on the challenge of creating yet another way to explore and discover content online based on your interests. More specifically, Pinterest focuses on the visual—images primarily and some videos—rather than articles, text-based blogs, music, or podcasts.
Pinterest gives Internet users another way to discover and explore visual content. The virtual pinboard concept has been tried before, and Pinterest executes the idea fairly well.
Pinterest offers fashion fans — and art, car, and other enthusiasts — a chance to fawn over their favorite items. Users can easily grab and add photos from other sites to a customized bulletin board; they can also post comments on photos other users have picked. You won’t find as many back-and-forth conversations as on Facebook, or much background on the items users post: People use Pinterest to showcase stuff they like. However, if you’re looking for new looks, hobbies, or activities to try, Pinterest may provide some creative inspiration.
Pinterest feels less interactive than Facebook or Twitter; users seem to repin more than they comment, which doesn’t make the experience very social. Still, many of the user-created boards provide hairstyle, craft, and other ideas, and Pinterest is a great way to keep track of your favorite fashion looks. But be aware that all the usual social networking privacy concerns apply. You can limit who posts images to your boards; but if the Facebook or Twitter account you register with includes a photo and your full name, users will view your favorite pics on Pinterest — and your identity.
Pinterest, the popular social network that features image boards, seems to be the talk of the town — and for good reason. Pinterest has become the third most popular social network in the U.S., knocking down sites like LinkedIn and Tumblr.
Pinterest definitely has some great possibilities in regards to marketing. Since the majority of people who use Pinterest are interested in finding interesting things on the internet, and also sharing those little known gems with others, Pinterest is a great place to share your articles, pictures, and videos with a growing population of people who engage with others via social media. Also, due to the fact that person wishing to join Pinterest must first get an invite from someone already on Pinterest, you won’t have to worry about having only “spam bots” view your shared media. But again, all of this must be taken with a grain of salt. If Pinterest is used wisely, then it can continue to be a profitable marketing avenue for many years to come. But if it is abused, then soon restrictions will be put in place making it difficult to market successfully on Pinterest. Keep that in mind when you formulate your marketing plans for Pinterest.
Now, you know what authorities are saying. What do you say?