Pinterest Highlights: How Pinterest Users Interact on Pinterest

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Here are a few key statistics on how Pinterest users interact with Pinterest and other users. There are some great insights here on how you can make better use of Pinterest.

How Pinterest Users Interact on PinterestPinterest hit 10 million U.S. unique visitors per month faster than any other independent site in history.

80% of pins are repins of other user’s pins.

Users spend an average of 16 minutes on Pinterest per visit.

80% of Pinterest users are women.

Pinterest pins with prices get 36% more likes than pins without.

Pinterest users spend 70% more money than visitors referred to a site from non-social channels.

Food-related content is the #1 category of interest to Pinterest users with 57% engagement.

30% of Facebook users have participated in contests or promotions while only 9% of Pinterest users have.

Pinterest users are far more likely to associate with a brand or company than Facebook users (43% to 24%).

Pinterest engagement with brands is 15% via the brand’s boards and 85% via other users’ pins.

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About John Kremer

John Kremer is author of 1001 Ways to Market Your Books, the Relationships Matter Marketing program, and many other books and reports on book marketing, Internet marketing, social media, and book publicity. -- .


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  2. Hey John:

    Amazing how my White Death-The Blizzard of ’77 book sales spiked after my interview with you about back cover excerpts and page numbers plus the positive effect of sales on male readers when plenty of pictures are included in the book.

    Beware of snowflakes!


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