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Topic: promoted pins

Pinterest Puts Its Own Spin on Video Ads With These Cinematic Pins

And gives brands a way to target based on interests

Pinterest ads are now more on point. The social network has started letting brands target audiences, and it has a new kind of Promoted Pin—one that's animated. The ad updates come…

Pinterest Opens Up to Brands With New Ways to Plan Posts and Buy Ads

New programs make promoting pins easier

Pinterest is making advertising more accessible with new software for ad-tech companies and their brands. Today, the social bulletin-board site revealed that it built its first ads API for tech…

Here Are the 10 Most Innovative Digital Ad Products of 2014

Google, Snapchat, Facebook and the rest reshape the industry

It wasn't long ago when social media advertising just meant Facebook and digital advertising only reached desktop computers. Well, 2014 saw an explosion in the Internet ecosystem, which has become…

Pinterest Hires the Man Behind Axe Marketing at Unilever

David Rubin will drive brand efforts

Pinterest has a new advocate, David Rubin, who was a vp at Unilever in charge of marketing hair care products. At Pinterest, he's the new head of brand, working with…

Pinterest and Its Agency Friends Create Special Pin Boards for Cannes

Dentsu, Barbarian Group, Ogilvy contribute

Pinterest is showing off its creative capabilities at Cannes. The new ad darling, fresh off launching Promoted Pins, is collaborating with media and agency partners at the international festival. With the…

Pinterest Adds Do-It-Yourself Advertising to Promoted Pins

Brands test new tools

Pinterest is adding do-it-yourself advertising to its Promoted Pins program that's still in its very early days as brands buy ads on the site using the new self-serve tools. "We've added…

Pinterest Ads Are Invading Google’s Search Turf

Promoted Pins can be bought with keywords

Pinterest is betting that it knows what users want, even better than Google, and the social-pinning firm’s nascent ad business hinges on convincing advertisers it can deliver. The San Francisco company…

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