LinkedIn and Myspace were born in 2003. In 2004 came Facebook; followed by Twitter (2006), Pinterest (2010), Instagram (2010) and G+ (2011). Fifteen years ago it was inconceivable that the majority of people around the globe would be engaged in one, if not all, of these social media platforms. Show More Summary
LinkedIn and Myspace were born in 2003. In 2004 came Facebook; followed by Twitter (2006), Pinterest (2010), Instagram (2010) and G+ (2011). Fifteen years ago it was inconceivable the majority of people around the globe would be engaged in one, if not all, of these social media platforms. Show More Summary
Our Pinterest feed is full of gorgeous braids, but the one look we wanted to learn was the waterfall braid. This romantic braid has a whimsical feel with draping pieces that make it appear to be more challenging than it really is. Stylist...Show More Summary
In preparation for Passover, many families create their own symbolic Seder plates, and this crafting opportunity is a great way to get children involved in the process. We searched through Pinterest to bring you 15 Seder plate ideasShow More Summary
jurvetson/Flickr There are some pretty big privately held companies out there that aren't very well known. With many of them, that will undoubtedly change. Most people didn't know about Uber or Pinterest a couple of years ago, either,...Show More Summary
A few years ago the majority of brands concerned themselves with only a handful of social networks. Now, the likes of Instagram, Vine, Pinterest and Snapchat have joined the powerhouses that are Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn...Show More Summary
Pinterest has become a major hub for brands that want to connect with consumers who love to share content. Indeed, users engage and interact with branded content frequently on Pinterest. A report from Networked Insights examines howShow More Summary
Social media like Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Reddit and Pinterest are very popular among people, especially when they can easily be accessed via smartphones. People use them to express how they feel, what they do and even what they eat. Show More Summary
The top knot had a good run as the “cool-girl hairstyle on Pinterest,” but now it’s all about the half bun. Fashion bloggers and celebrities alike (ahem, Margot Robbie) have been spotted wearing this look. There’s just something about the half bun that is effortlessly cool, or as so accurately put by the ladies of Man Repeller, […]
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H ere’a pro-tip you can take to the bank: most wedding DIYs you see on Pinterest are not built for scale. That is to say…it’s really easy to make one table look amazing without spending a zillion dollars, but twenty tables?… The post How To DIY Modern Geometric Wedding Place Cards appeared first on A Practical Wedding: Blog Ideas for the Modern Wedding, Plus Marriage.
Think Pinterest is just a vapid pit of pins? Think again. Pinterest is quickly becoming a major hub of marketing for moms. “Though Pinterest has a reputation for solely uniting women from the four corners of the globe, there’s much more to it,” say the digital marketing experts at Fusion 360 in Salt Lake City, […]
You don’t need to be on Pinterest to get a ton of style, cooking and decorating inspiration. You just need to follow Lauren Conrad on Instagram. And if you’re a bride-to-be, then LC is like the ultimate wedding fairy. The designer recently...Show More Summary
When Nothin’ but Noodles will do, our Pinterest board piles on oodles of noodle recipes to prove there’s a noodle for every season and reason. Take comfort in Midwestern chicken and cheese noodle bake and easy skillet mac and cheese....Show More Summary
Gary Vaynerchuk, CEO of social media consultancy VaynerMedia, explains how to keep clients in the long term, why you need to throw away gender bias about Pinterest, and more.
The “Americanisation” of all recipes, which basically means that everything is turned into a casserole.
Last week, Pinterest made a huge change to how startup employees collect equity, Fortune's Dan Primack reports. Now, the digital pinboard company will let former employees who have been at the company at least two years retain their vested stock options for an additional seven years without exercising them. Show More Summary
Yesterday, the New York Times published some interesting statistics about retirement funds investing in big privately held tech companies — including so-called "unicorns" with billion-dollar-plus valuations, like Pinterest, Uber, and Airbnb. Show More Summary
Summary: PR News recently ran an article on its prnewsonline.com website regarding a recent trend in social media. When Pinterest and Snapchat started, most companies and flacks thought they were “cute” and were unsure about whether both sites could really become PR engines.
Fidelity Investments, T. Rowe Price and BlackRock are some of the money managers that have struck deals to acquire shares in Silicon Valley start-ups like Uber, Airbnb and Pinterest.