Pinterest Launches Shopify App

Verona, Italy - April 9, 2012: close-up view of a white third generation iPad (2012) showing the Pinterest website. Pinterest is a social network focused on images.
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Pinterest has today announced a partnership with Shopify to help merchants turn their products into shoppable Pins.

The Pinterest app on Shopify includes a suite of shopping features including tag installation, catalog ingestion, automatic daily updating of products, and an ads buying interface. For Shopify merchants, this means easy set up and access to distribution across Pinterest with or without ads, as well as reporting and results tracking to maximize reach. The app automatically creates a connection between the individual store and Pinterest, so the merchant doesn’t need to edit code or add development resources.

Once installed, the app will allow a merchant to deploy a tag on their website, upload the product catalog and quickly publish in-stock Product Pins. Businesses will also see a shop tab appear on their profile as an additional way for their products to be discovered.

By uploading their catalog feed, merchants make it possible for people to discover and save their products and buy directly from their website. People come to Pinterest with an intent to plan and purchase.

The number of Pinners who have engaged with shoppable Product Pins has increased 44 per cent year-over-year, and total traffic to retailers has increased by 2.3x year-over-year. And, due in part to early beta testing with Shopify, catalog feed uploads increased 144 per cent in the first quarter of the year.

“As we make Pinterest more shoppable, Shopify is the perfect partner for bringing access to catalogs, Product Pins and shopping ads to merchants so they can get in front of the millions of Pinners looking for unique products that match their taste,” said Pinterest SVP of technology Jeremy King.

“With the new Pinterest app on Shopify, in just a few clicks, retailers can take the products on their virtual store shelves to the recommendations Pinners see as they shop. Merchants are adapting to new realities and looking ahead to the future of retail, which is why we’re focused on making both our ads and organic features available and impactful to businesses of all sizes.”

 

 

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