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Pinterest Users Are Turning Boards into Instagram Reels and TikTok Videos

Remember when Pinterest was just a bunch of pretty pictures? Dreamy houses, yummy food, crafts you never actually made – that kind of thing? Well, forget that! Pinterest is moving faster than the latest TikTok craze, and they just launched something awesome: video boards! Gen Z is freaking out, and for good reason.


What's the Buzz?

Pinterest, always keen on staying relevant, has taken a cue from TikTok's playbook. The company now allows users to transform their meticulously curated boards into short videos. Imagine your favorite recipe board coming to life with sizzling pans and tantalizing food shots, or your travel inspiration board whisking you away to exotic destinations through moving visuals.

How It Works

1. Tap the Share Icon: Head to any of your public boards and tap that little share icon in the top right corner.
2. Voilà, Video! Like magic, a video auto-generates, showcasing your pins in a dynamic format.
3. Share Away: You've got options—click "Add to Story" for an Instagram Stories share or hit "Download" to spread the video love elsewhere (hello, TikTok!).

The MeCore Trend

Pinterest calls this trend "mecore." It's all about sharing your unique style, interests, and individuality. Think of it as a digital mood board with a twist. And guess what? Searches related to mecore have skyrocketed by 565% on Pinterest. Clearly, Gen Z is all in.

The Power Players

To kick things off, Pinterest teamed up with none other than Avril Lavigne and Tierra Whack. Avril's board oozes fashion inspo and promotes her tour (rock on, Avril!), while Tierra Whack's eclectic interests find a home on Pinterest.

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Trends In Social Media Use

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Trends In Social Media Use

A recent report indicates that more people spend their time online on social media sites than any other type of site, meaning that it has definitely become a mainstream and accepted thing to do.

Those on a personal computer spent around 20 percent of their online time on a social media site of some type, while those using a tablet, smart phone or similar device to access the Internet spent about 30 percent of their online time on one or more sites. The survey was carried out by Nielsen and NM Incite.

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5 new websites that could be the next big thing

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The phenomenon that is social networking changes the way people and businesses communicate and Facebook and Twitter have been at the forefront of this worldwide trend.

The leading social-media sites are now being floated on the stock market, allowing individuals and businesses to invest. It is important, however, that investors research the best stocks and shares ISA before putting money into a range of investments.

As the popularity of social media increases, new websites are being launched in the hope that this success can be shared. Internet technology is the future of communication and it is not only social-networking websites that are seen as potentially profitable investments.

Here are five new websites that could be the next big thing. Investors in social media and other internet start-ups may be interested in keeping an eye on these new ventures.

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Video Pinning On Pinterest

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Vimeo Integration is now rolled out on Pinterest for video pinning pleasure by many users.

Pinterest is not only just for pictures now, today the company said that vimeo videos are now available to pin on the site. That is a very big attention grabber for users. This is the second video integration that is now available on this site. In August 2011 YouTube videos were allowed on the site and now you are able to use both. This is now targeted for a more design-conscious and artsy side. It will be interesting to see how video growth is going to make Pinterest move forward.

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How To Use Pinterest For Home Improvement Ideas


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Everyone should already know just how important social sites are when it comes to finding new ideas for the home. Following people on the two largest sites, Facebook and Twitter can lead to many great ideas and designs that you may never have found through the old methods of searching through catalogs or even looking through your favorite home design websites. Although the top two social networking sites are great for getting new ideas, there’s a new arrival on the scene that is quickly becoming the go-to place for home improvement and all related living topics. I’m talking of course about Pinterest, which while it is only a couple of years old is already the number three ranked social networking site in the world, and it’s not hard to see why.

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Pinterest the New Social Media Platform to Boost Your Business

Pinterest is the latest social media platform to hit the net. Not as big a heavyweight as Facebook giant and Twitter, the site is rapidly gaining traction and attention from marketing experts and businesses alike.

A virtual bulletin board that allows users to create different collages of their interests, individuals are becoming addicted to pinning and re-pinning images, links and objects that have caught their eye. From books to techno gadgets and events, Pinterest is all about getting people to share creative tips and designs with each other within their chosen niches.

For businesses that have drawn up a marketing plan centered on the use of social media tools, there is serious potential for Pinterest to drive sales for company owners. Product and service pins and repins will provide major clout in terms of customer referrals and website traffic.