very Pinterest ing
Below is a blog post I read today. I thought it was interesting and hope you do too. Additionally I need to have Lisa show me how to share blog posts
Among the barrage of new social media sites that exploded last year, Pinterest seems to be the one service that continues to burning. Yes, it’s captured the interests of Internet users worldwide with its easy-to-manage bookmarking type of image sharing online. And if you have yet to try it, now’s a good time as any to get onboard the content sharing service.
And just like all other popular social media sites like Twitter, Facebook and Twitter, Pinterest may be on its way to integrating itself to modern pop culture—well, it’s already influencing the way we all curate content online.
A recent infograph by Virginia-based digital marketing company Modea breaks down Pinterest’s current user base. From it, you can see the diverse landscape that the Web service is servicing, allowing for an even more diverse boards and content curation. Here, you’ll see that aside from the usual stats like gender (31.8% male, 68,2% female), age, and the percentage that have children, the infograph also sheds some light on the service that pins it as a growing powerhouse in the social media scene.
For instance, the graph (with numbers sourced from ComScore, Shareaholic, and TechCrunch) reveals that their rated one million of daily site visitors spend more time on Pinterest than sites like Youtube, Facebook and Twitter. And among those who have Liked them on Facebook, 97% are women. Significant growths are also displayed with regard to annual company growth, and total unique visitors, and traffic via referrals from other Web sites.