Wanelo is the New Pinterest of Shopping

Wanelo is Pinterests biggest competition, but both are changing the traditional way of advertising.

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Pinterest is a great resource for finding recipes, fashion ideas, crafts, and more. It’s not, however, a great place to find something you can actually buy. While people can pin products, half the time when you click on a particular sweater or end table, it is sold out or doesn’t direct you to the correct page.

Wanelo makes online shopping a lot easier. No more falling in love with an item on Pinterest and finding it doesn’t direct you to it. And, no more browsing your 8 favorite websites for a new sweater.

The social discovery site Wanelo — short for Want Need Love — is here to make things easier.

Deena Varshavskaya, Founder of Wanelo, talked with Mashable about how she came up with the idea for the site.

I was thinking about advertising today and how it interrupts our experience; how it doesn’t create value for us. I…

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One thought on “Wanelo is the New Pinterest of Shopping

  1. Holy wow! This was an incredible post Ashley. I’m amazed at your depth of knowledge of Google Analytics and the web in general. I think it is great that you not only helped explain Google Analytics in laymen’s terms, but you also provided a little tutorial. The fact that you also included a great way for people to educate themselves on the topic (with Google Analytics Academy), goes above and beyond helping your reader to further their understanding of your topic. This is a lovely, easy-to-read, and well-written blog post. Great job! You taught me something new 🙂

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