Twitter and Facebook are the go-to online properties for keeping tabs on the Super Bowl during the game, but what about Pinterest?
Two and a half years after launching its first paid ads, Pinterest is finally ready to compete head-on with Google, Facebook, Snap Inc. and others for big brand dollars.
Pinterest has long claimed it moves the needle for brands in terms of sales and conversions, and now the company is inviting more ad-tech partners to its platform to prove it.
UPDATE: There were three waves of cyberattacks today, but as of 7 p.m., they appear to have been resolved.
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Pinterest is ready to compete alongside Facebook, YouTube and others for video ad budgets, but it's going about it differently than its competitors.
Pinterest is out to prove that it's a performance-driven advertising platform that can compete head-to-head with Google.