Pinterest business accounts make it easy for businesses to inspire our community. If you’re an established brand, small business, non-profit organization, blogger or publication, you can now join Pinterest as a business.
This doesn’t impact people using Pinterest for personal use, so pinners won’t need to worry about converting. If you are a business, please visit business.pinterest.com to sign up as or convert to a business account. You can also learn more about what works for businesses on Pinterest, view case studies, and see our new website widgets and buttons.
Also, we now have two sets of terms—one for people and one for businesses. The Business Terms of Service enable us to separate the provisions meant for businesses from those meant for regular people and are intended to help guide businesses on how to use Pinterest.
If you’re interested in learning more about business accounts, check out our blog post here. Whether you’re a small business or big brand, we hope these changes and guidelines will help you get the most out of Pinterest. Read more…
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