Pinterest Ad Targeting Options: The Comprehensive Guide

| May 13, 2019

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Want to advertise on the platform that averages 250 million users every month? With 1.5 million businesses and 175 billion pins this year, Pinterest is one of the leaders when it comes to inspirational storytelling. Pinterest gives brands and businesses the ability to create ads to find and connect with new audiences. Ad targeting options on Pinterest let you specify exactly who you’d like the ads to reach, so that you don’t waste time or money connecting with a disinterested audience.

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In 1984, TBWA helped launch Apple’s first Macintosh personal computer with the iconic “1984” commercial. In 1997, TBWA once again disrupted traditional advertising with the “Think Different” campaign. As the Apple brand grew, the need for a confidential, creative incubator with a dedicated team focused solely on game-changing work became more evident. In 2006, TBWA\Media Arts Lab was born. Today, Media Arts Lab has seven dedicated global offices and 20 network offices around the world. Headquartered in Los Angeles, California, Media Arts Lab is housed in a unique 50,000 square foot space, hidden in plain sight from the outside world.

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In 1984, TBWA helped launch Apple’s first Macintosh personal computer with the iconic “1984” commercial. In 1997, TBWA once again disrupted traditional advertising with the “Think Different” campaign. As the Apple brand grew, the need for a confidential, creative incubator with a dedicated team focused solely on game-changing work became more evident. In 2006, TBWA\Media Arts Lab was born. Today, Media Arts Lab has seven dedicated global offices and 20 network offices around the world. Headquartered in Los Angeles, California, Media Arts Lab is housed in a unique 50,000 square foot space, hidden in plain sight from the outside world.

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