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Introducing our new-and-improved Pinterest Trends tool! Trends.pinterest.com now has industry-first features, such as filters by demographic, time and place, to help you drive even more impact. The new Pinterest Trends tool will help your business win Q4 and recession proof your campaigns. You can now quickly understand what is trending with your unique audience, discover trends about the demographics that matter most to your business, and ultimately ensure every campaign is aligned to creative and targeting that match real time Pinner interests to increase performance.
You can now promote Idea Pins with product tags as Idea Ads on Pinterest! To tag products in an Idea Pin you can search for an existing product on Pinterest or use a link. Please note product tagging on Idea Ads is only available in the US and UK, and only on mobile at the moment.
To keep merchants connected with people on Pinterest and to keep shopping on Pinterest inspirational and actionable, we are updating our requirements to the Verified Merchant Program. All verified merchants will be required to meet these requirements in order to maintain your verified merchant status. You can see our new eligibility criteria and your verified merchant status at any time on your business hub at pinterest.com. Please note that we will begin to roll out these changes in the coming weeks and into the new year, so you may not see the updated requirements right away.
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If you would like to prevent an item from being distributed, we recommend listing it as OOS rather than deleting it if there is a chance that it will go back in stock. When an item is removed from a feed, this results in the data created from that item being deleted. This could cause loss of data that helps optimize product recommendations based on past performance and loss of historical reporting.