Pinterest isn't just for users obsessed with interior design, crafting, or snapping smartphone images of their food—hopefully editorial teams are leveraging image archives and other graphic collateral to attract eyeballs on the social site. Now, "Pinalytics"—a tool for gleaning data from Pinterest—allows publishers to "find, track and evaluate content and interactions on Pinterest.” Original Story
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