In 2011, Pinterest drove more people to retail websites than Google, Twitter or Facebook. When an upstart founded in 2010 can beat the established giants, it’s a force to be reckoned with. While the original Pinterest is still privately owned, there’s now a way for any interested party to create their own Pinterest clone.
Pinterest and Pinnect also enable users to organize their favorite images and sort them into custom categories. This not only allows sharing on a massive scale, but also allows marketing researchers to identify trends and public sentiment about a given product. With so much built in feedback and marketing power, Pinnect is certain to allow numerous entrepreneurs to grow their websites dramatically.
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