Pinterest Removes Ban on Commercial Use as It Adds Business Accounts

Liz Gannes explains how Pinterest has modified its Terms & Conditions to accept business accounts.

Pinterest had prohibited the use of its services for commercial purposes – until now. Surely a recognition that there is money to be made.

This might suggest 2 things?:

  1. The platform is about to be inundated with corporations with large budgets and large armies of personnel sat in front of computers adding image after image?
  2. Will this overuse negate the popularity (and relevance) of the platform?

 

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