Pinterest users spend an average of 90 minutes on the social network for each of their visits. Pinterest has rapidly grown, but why is that statistic important for you?
Since millions of people are spending more time on Pinterest than most social networks, that means your followers will be looking at your boards longer. That means the more pins you have, the better.
The more pins you have, the more times you will get repinned. The person with 1,000 pins usuallly gets more repins than the person with only 100 pins (assuming they both have the same number of followers).
People will repin your pins, and eventually, they will find your products. Pinners turn into clients, and then Pinterest will earn you a big revenue and increase the traffic on your blog. My traffic has gone up by 33% ever since I added a “Pin It” button and pictures on this blog.
Pinterest doesn’t have many teenagers yet (I’m one of the exceptions). 80% of Pinterest users are women, and most of them have children. That means they will use Pinterest as Christmas approaches. That also means they and other users will want products that fit their needs as well. 80% of Pinterest users are women, but there are still millions of men on Pinterest as well.
People are spending a lot of time on Pinterest which will allow you to grab their attention for a longer amount of time.