Pinterest showed serious legs in 2013, emerging as a major contender for social media eyeballs, particularly in the retail space – studies have shown that Pinterest now commands upwards of 41 percent of e-commerce traffic from social networking sites, and the average Pinterest user has a household income of more than $100,000 per annum.
And with 70 million users worldwide, Pinterest is more than demanding our attention, both as advocates of the platform, and marketers looking to benefit from its growing position.
But how does the network match up against its rivals, namely Twitter and Facebook? Check the visual from Omnicore below, which proposes 30 reasons why Pinterest will rule social media in 2014.
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