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reuters:

Pinterest shoppers spend $170 per session on average, significantly more than Facebook ($95) or Twitter ($70), according to a Pew research.

  1. marcellano reblogged this from reuters and added:
    I can’t believe it! Some confirmation in other reports?
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    Why is Pinterest so valuable?
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  13. ucsdhealthsciences said: thus proving Pinterest as the “things I want to buy” hub.
  14. christineseiber reblogged this from reuters and added:
    And this is exactly why I won’t join Pinterest. My shopping problem doesn’t need prodding.
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