Pinterest is the current darling of the social media world. Many reports have stated it is driving more traffic to sites than the likes of Google Plus and Facebook combined. Traffic is all well and good, but what is happening when a user lands on the product page for the image they’ve just clicked on Pinterest? Are people just virtually window shopping? At this point we turn to you, the wonderful readers of The Social Penguin Blog to give us all some insight into the world of Pinterest. Please answer the following questions in the comments section below this post. These questions are just a guide, please feel free to answer in whatever way you feel appropriate!
1 – Do you regularly click on an image on Pinterest in order to be taken through to the original site?
2 – Have you made a purchase once clicking? If so, did you do it within that initial visit?
3 – Is Pinterest really a route to buying for you or is it just a way of sending some time looking at cool pictures?
4 – Is Pinterest something you see as being a long term feature of your online time?
We await your views and are sure they will be very Pinteresting. Oh dear lord. For more reader opinion, see our popular post on the merits of Klout.
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