I have noticed a dramatic drop in Pinterest traffic over the last few days.
Anyone else seeing this?
Any idea what may be causing this drop?
You now have to be logged in to a Pinterest account in order to see full boards. That means people who browse the site non-logged in can't see as much and if they aren't inclined to sign in or create an account, they just leave.
I have noticed the same, but have no inkling.
My Pinterest traffic has gone way down in recent days so I guess somehow our views from there have been affected.
I did notice on my recipe posts that they were posting the ingredient list, which might cut down on clicks through. I thought that was hatefully helpful to their viewers lol.
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