Why is Pinterest so Addictive? – Infographic

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9 Responses

  1. cookiesandclogs says:

    I completely agree that the clarity and ease of use aid in pushing Pinterest to the top. I am shocked, though, to learn of the percentage of re-pins in comparison to that of retweets. I’m sure that has to do with the sheer amount of tweets out there but it is still staggering. Thanks for sharing!

  2. I’m purposely avoiding Pinterest for now – I can’t have yet another website to be addicted to!

  3. 7eclair says:

    Very good info! Thanks.

  4. Enrique Sabal says:

    Something that has a beginning but no end, causes addiction. That´s the case with Pinterest….

  5. I think that what you posted was very reasonable. But, what about this? suppose you wrote a catchier post title? I am not suggesting your content is not good, but what if you added something that grabbed folk’s attention? I mean Why is Pinterest so Addictive? – Infographic New York City Marketing is kinda vanilla. You could look at Yahoo’s front page and see how they create article titles to get viewers to click. You might try adding a video or a picture or two to grab readers interested about what you’ve written. In my opinion, it would bring your blog a little bit more interesting.

    • V. says:

      Thanks for your hints. I will do my best to keep your suggestions in mind for future postings. Thanks again.

  6. jphaldar says:

    Thanks for the information!

  7. I think you hit the nail on the head with “Refuge” no personal security on content worries!

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