Pinterest goes the Facebook way: makes it easier for brands to buy ads
To help businesses establish a more valuable presence on Pinterest, the social networking site has launched Marketing Developer Partners (MDP), a programme that helps businesses optimise and scale their Pinterest marketing and improves Pinterest for its users.
The MDP is made up of a limited, carefully selected group of developer partners who meet the needs of existing businesses on Pinterest and align with their core value of putting Pinners first. “We’re committed to helping these developers build custom tools and services on our APIs so businesses can use Pinterest more effectively,” said Pinterest in a statement.
“Our first official partners are using our Content Publishing API to make it easier to create, schedule and publish Pins and boards. They are Ahalogy, Buffer, Curalate, Expion, Newscred, Percolate, Shoutlet, Spredfast, Sprinklr and Tailwind.
“The social networking site is working with a limited set of developers and a handful of advertisers to build and test a Pinterest ads API that helps businesses use Promoted Pins at scale. We’re encouraged by the results so far and look forward to opening this specialty to more developers and advertisers in the coming months,” the statement added.
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