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Our mission at Pinterest is to help people discover and do what they love. Hundreds of millions of people come to us to get ideas and inspiration for their lives. And our goal every day is to deliver for our Pinners.
To do that, we want to bring in the best talent we can and create a work environment where people can do their best work. That is why one of our top priorities is building a diverse workforce and an inclusive workplace.
The results are in, and there’s a lot to look forward to in 2018! Yoga wheels, river cruises and derma rollers are just a few of the emerging trends people on Pinterest are excited about. The Pinterest 100 has it all—100 trend predictions across our top categories, backed by global data. Every category is full of surprises and must-trys, so get ready to Pin your heart out…
Ever since we introduced new visual discovery tools back at the beginning of the year, we’ve been tinkering with more and better ways to help you spot ideas you love—from visual search for Chrome to recipe-finding tools to int
Today we’re releasing Pincodes out into the world, so now it’s even easier to discover ideas inspired by the places you visit and the products you use. Pincodes look a little something like this:
On Pinterest, the more ideas you find and save to your boards, the more ideas you have to try in real life. But if you’ve saved hundreds of ideas to a single board, it can be hard to find what you’re looking for.
That’s why we’re launching board sections—a new way to organize your Pins on Pinterest. Now you can save all your favorite ideas to a single board, organize them into sections and easily find them when you’re ready to try them.
Here at Pinterest, we believe that trying something new, big or small, can really be transformative. That’s why we recently launched What if Wednesday—our new program to turn the weekday slump day into a day of trying something new.
To participate, just challenge yourself to try one new thing this week. It could be anything—that daring haircut you’ve been contemplating, a twist on your weekday uniform, or a new ingredient you’ve been meaning to play around with.
Winter, schminter. The colder temps are no big deal, when you know what the hottest trends are. To help you warm up to November, our insights team dug into what people are currently searching and saving on Pinterest. Cozy coats and pressure-cooker comfort foods are just a few that made the list—read on to see the complete rundown.
Wrap yourself up in cozy
More than 200 million people discover and try new ideas every month on Pinterest, and we wanted to bring that same spirit to a physical space. Today, we’re excited to announce the grand opening of the Workshop, a first-of-its-kind creative studio and social club at Pinterest HQ, fully equipped with professional equipment, art supplies and more.
It’s the most wonderful (and stressful) time of year. From now until the new year, there are endless ways to celebrate. People on Pinterest especially love the holidays, plan early and save more than 750 million holiday ideas every year.
For the last year, we’ve been on the road capturing stories about what makes Pinterest great: our Pinners. From Albuquerque to Argentina, Pinners are trying all sorts of ideas from Pinterest and little by little, we’ve been getting many of those stories on camera.
October officially opens the door to the holidays, and we’ve got the shortlist of trends you’re going to love all season long—think throwback-inspired styles, cozy decor, comfort food and more.
Dressing through the decades
Every year, people search and save more than 200 million Halloween ideas on Pinterest. Our insights team dug through the data and narrowed it down to 101 trends in our top categories. From creepy costumes to food and boos, our 2017 Pinfrights report has everything you need for a killer time.
The latest updates from Apple have made the iPad better than ever, with new features for multitasking with Pinterest and other apps. To make it even easier to save and share Pins from your freshly updated iPad or iPhone, we added a few new shortcuts to the Pinterest app.
A faster way to save Pins on your iPad
When we launched Pinterest in 2010, we were floored by how many people flocked to the site to find new ideas for their lives. As it turns out, curiosity and the desire to try new things are universal. Every year, more and more people come to Pinterest to explore their unique interests and tastes. Now people from all walks of life and all corners of the world use it to discover and do what they love.
We’re trying to enjoy the final days of summer, but these early fall trends make us want to hit fast forward. Read on to see the most searched and saved ideas on Pinterest right now.
Hairstyles to fall in love with
Sometimes you fall in love with something on Pinterest, but you don’t know how to track it down in real life. That’s why we’ve been building visual discovery features to help you find things when you don’t have the words to describe them.
On Pinterest, style is personal.
It’s less about runway trends and what the fashionistas are wearing, and more about finding ideas that work for you. In fact, the word “me” pops up in the Pin description a lot—someone found something that made them think “This is so me.”
When you fire up your Pinterest app today, you may notice a small but very helpful new improvement.
Now, instead of having to open the Explore tab to search for ideas to try, you simply type what you’re looking for into the new search bar at the top of your home feed. You also have the Lens camera right there at the ready, so when you spot something out in the world that looks interesting, you can quickly tap open Lens to snap a photo and find related ideas.
The Industry Buzz section is divided into three major sections, which is then subdivided into smaller sections.
Corporate Blogs which include official blogs from web hosts, registrars, search engines and other related sites.
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