Here is a comprehensive list of the Pinterest pin and board statistics and facts that you need to know. This is an offshoot of my original Pinterest stat post that was becoming unmanageable with the hundreds of stats that had been added to it.
With so much pinning going on over at Pinterest, I thought it would be good to focus a round of Pinterest stat updates on what exactly is being pinned. It has been a little while since I updated my Pinterest post, so there are a bunch of new stats and updates. Below are a few of the highlights of this round. Be sure to visit the full list for hundreds more Pinterest stats.
Last month, Waitrose boss Mark Price concluded that social media has led to dramatic changes in the way we now perceive food, which in turn has sparked a dilemma for food industry giants.
The report has found that Britons have recently developed more cosmopolitan taste buds, born out of the sharing of food images online. As social media provides a way for the globe to share images and ideas, it’s no wonder we are now taking food inspiration from people all over the world.
According to the report…
One of the most elusive US social networks to get a decent amount of data out of these days is Pinterest. They obviously aren’t publicly traded so they don’t have to release much, and they generally don’t. Thankfully, there have been a few good studies on Pinterest lately that have provided me with enough new data to make updating my Pinterest stat post worth the effort.
Here are a few of the most recent Pinterest stat updates and additions.
Happy Coffee Day! Here is a fun infographic that tries to explain social media in terms of coffee. This is a pretty good pairing since most of us in the social media marketing world are over-caffeinated, coffee addicts.
Today, I updated a post that I haven’t done much with in a little while. Pinterest isn’t a publicly-traded company so they aren’t required to share any data quarterly like some of their social network peers. For a while, Pinterest stats were popping up so quickly that it was tough to keep up with them. Things have quieted down considerably up until recently.
Below are a few of the new and updated Pinterest stats that I posted today. Please visit the full posts, listed below, for many, many more stats.
You may have noticed that DMR has been a bit quiet lately. I took a very overdue vacation in the mountains of New Hampshire and had access to the Internet for about 5 minutes a day. Home now and getting back into the swing of things. First up, is my continued efforts to chip away at the mountain of stats that has built up over the past few months. We have certainly had no shortage of social media stats lately. Below are a few of the additions and updates. Keep an eye out for more updates this week. I am setting aside quite a bit of time this week to get caught up.
It is no secret that Facebook has been putting the squeeze on businesses for quite some time now. Like just about every other online property that is trying to survive financially, Facebook is increasingly becoming a “pay to play” platform for businesses looking to reach its users. Organic page post reach has been dramatically reduced and even the largest of brands are finding it difficult to reach their own likes, let alone new audiences, without advertising it.
So how do you combat this shift and keep Facebook a viable digital channel for your business. The obvious answer is start investing in advertising you posts. Almost as important is to be smart about your Facebook posting to ensure you maximize your free reach.