Pinterest is launching new types of pins in collaboration with select partners.
These pins would now include more information based on the type of content shared by the user.
The company gave some examples:
-Product pins for things like clothes and furniture with pricing, availability, and where to buy (updated every day!)
-Recipe pins from your favorite bloggers and websites that include cook time, ingredients, and servings
-Movie pins with content ratings, cast members, and more
Pinterest has partnered with following companies for this rollout…
Anthropologie, Asos, BHLDN, eBay, Etsy, Free People, Home Depot, Modcloth, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Overstock, REI, Sephora, Shopify shops, Shop Terrain, Sony, Target,Urban Outfitters, Walmart, Wayfair, Zulily
101 Cookbooks, Better Homes and Gardens, Bon Appetit, Chobani, Country Living, Delish, Epicurious, Good Housekeeping, Leite’s Culinaria, Martha Stewart Living, MyRecipes, Naturally Ella, Nestlé Very Best Baking, Real Simple, Simply Recipes, Skinny Taste, The Girl Who Ate Everything, The Kitchn,What’s Gaby Cooking, Whole Foods Market, Woman’s Day
Flixster, Netflix, Rotten Tomatoes
Pinterest has also partnered with some of these companies to bring their pinning button to mobile apps. Behance, Brit+Co, Etsy, Fotopedia, Jetsetter, Modcloth, Snapguide, TED, The North Face, and Zulily are some of the companies which are now offering the pin option.