How Ecommerce Can Capitalize on How Men and Women Use Pinterest

Pinterest_Shopping_Men_Women_1.jpgPinterest has long been recognized as a female-centric social media platform with 80% of its total users identifying as female, but the times are changing. One of the biggest differences we see lately is the ability to narrow search results for males, so search results show men’s watches or women’s watches, based on your interests. Since users are able to select search results to more closely reflect their interests (whether shopping for themself or someone else), this benefits all users. And, this is just a first step in making Pinterest more appealing to men. With this particular task out the way, Pinterest still has a few more steps to attract and keep male users.

Understanding the differences between how men and women shop is a great place to start…

How Ecommerce Can Capitalize on How Men and Women Use Pinterest

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Rick Duris is CopyRanger.

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