With its new dashboard, the photo-sharing platform allows business owners to better understand what’s working with their audience.
Until now, Pinterest, the world’s third-largest social network, has been lacking one big thing: analytics. Users could rack up followers and repins of their content, but there was no way for business owners to find out what had been pinned from their sites, or, in the other direction, how many people were coming to their sites from Pinterest.
But today the company announced that it has introduced an analytics dashboard to help website owners — whether they’re running a small business or a big brand — gauge the popularity of their content.
The analytics will show how many people have pinned content from your site and how many users have seen those pins. It will also track visitor traffic from Pinterest, and you’ll be able to see recent pins and your most repinned content of all time, so that you can get a sense both of what is currently trending and of what is most popular overall.
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