27 March 2012 15:43pm by Jake Hird
sted 27 March 2012 15:43pm by Jake Hird with 1 comment
So, Pinterest is still the buzzword of the industry and something that looks like it might stick around a little while longer.
It’s also something that Econsultancy’s explored from various different angles, but we’ve not actually gone into too much detail about the companies using it.
There’s a handful of extremely comprehensive lists floating around the web, but I thought it might be interesting to see if a full A-Z list of brands and organisations could be compiled.
Surprisingly, it turns out you (almost) can, which is quite something, considering for how little time the platform has been around...
A is for... American Airlines
B is for... Barneys
C is for... CBS (choosing Coke would have been too obvious)
D is for... Dunkin Donuts
E is for... Etsy (Although I was shamelessly tempted to list Econsultancy)
F is for... Fossil
G is for... General Electric (But don’t forget Gap)
H is for... HubSpot
I is for... Ice
J is for... JCPenney
K is for... Kraft
L is for... Lindt (But I was delighted to find Lamborghini, too)
M is for... Maybelline (McDonalds would have been too easy)
N is for... Nordstrom
O is for... Oprah (Yes, she’s a celeb, but arguably a brand as well)
P is for... Playboy
Q is for... Quicken
R is for... Random House (Again, the obvious choice would be Red Bull)
S is for... Sony (...Or Starbucks... Or Sesame Street...)
T is for... Threadless
U is for... UNICEF
V is for... Volkswagen
W is for... Wall Street Journal
X is for... Xbox (Okay, I cheated on this. It’s not an official Xbox property. But close enough).
Y is for... Yale
Z is for... Zales
Jake Hird is a Senior Research Analyst for Econsultancy. Follow him on Twitter and Google +, connect with him on LinkedIn or see what he's keeping an eye on via diigo.