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PINTEREST is finally open to Public

Pinterest is now open — no invitation required!

The image-based social networking service Pinterest has relaxed its sign-up policy, opening the site to all. Previously, any person, who wished to join the website, needed invites to from existing Pinterest users and “pin” online images onto its virtual “boards”.

A blog post placed on the site Wednesday announced that the social network welcomes all prospective “Pinners,” allowing them to sign on using Facebook or Twitter accounts or simply with an email address.

We’re really excited to have the capacity to offer Pinterest to more people and if you’re a Pinner with friends who’ve been waiting on the sidelines, we hope you’ll let them know,” the company said. “Happy pinning to everyone!



Launched in 2010, Pinterest became the fastest standalone website to reach 10 million monthly unique users! Internet tracking firm comScore estimates that 68 percent of Pinterest’s users are women, and that these women drive 85 percent of the traffic on the site.

According to a report in the Wall Street Journal in May, the site may be valued at $1.5 billion, after securing a $100 million funding round.

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