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Pinterest adds business pages, tacks on separate terms and tools

Billy Steele
11.15.12
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Although businesses have had their wares spread out on Pinterest for some time now, the web-based collection repository has officially invited businesses to create their own accounts. Until now, commercial use was frowned upon in the site's terms of use, but merchants can convert those personal accounts to the newfangled status -- should they choose to take the plunge. Doing so enables access to buttons, widgets verification badges and other tools that won't be available to normal users. If you're hankerin' for more details, consult the source links below for the full rundown.

Via: AllThingsD
Source: Pinterest
Coverage: Etsy on Pinterest
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