Nov 16 Posted 5 months ago
Hi Katie - Thanks so much for writing about Pingraphy in the past. We're now called Viraltag and have added some great features for visual content marketing. We're also happy to tell you Viraltag is now running on Pinterest's API. With the new data we're building more functionality to make Viraltag an even more powerful platform for our users. If you have any questions feel free to reach out to me directly -- Jilly Badanes, Director of Marketing @ Viraltag.
Jun 23 Posted 2 years ago
Thanks for your post on Pingraphy.com. We have added couple of new features and is coming out with new analytics. Please check out our multiple accounts management feature for those who manag multiple accounts for different clients.
Apr 22 Posted 3 years ago
Awesome, thanks for sharing Alex. So many tools, so little time!
Apr 19 Posted 3 years ago
Thanks for mentioned PinLeague, Paul! I just wanted to note that our PinLeague Pinterest Analytics Dashboard is available for FREE to start, even though we do have paid tiers for higher level features.
Katie- if you haven't already, we'd love for you to try it out!
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Apr 14 Posted 3 years ago
Do you know what the new Pinterest analytics reveal for me? That Pinterest is worthless for driving traffic...
I pin religiously whenever I update my site, and although my original photograpy gets repinned regularly and has great 'reach' (i.e. the number of people who see them popping up on their Pinterest.com homepage) exactly two (2) visitors arrived at my site from Pinterest in the last two weeks...
I understand that it's great for driving traffic for retailers who have very visual products, but for the rest of us? Not so much...
Apr 8 Posted 3 years ago
I noticed that, but glad it's coming back today. And thanks for mentioning these other tools, too. We'll check them out. So many, it's hard to know which one is best for your own needs.
Apr 6 Posted 3 years ago
@Katie: Thanks for your article. Pingraphy has been down for the last few weeks due to the recent changes Pinterest made. On Pingraphy's facebook page the founder states: "We are Happy to announce that Pingraphy will be live again starting April 7th. We had trouble managing the service in the past but we were able to raise funds from friends and family to keep it going. Although our goal is to have a free plan in addition to the paid plans, we might not get there until sometime or until we raise additional funds."
So, Pingraphy is removing their free option for a time. You might also want to look at Curalate, which most of the big brands on Pinterest use. There is also PinLeague, who focuses on small businesses, and claims to be the biggest 3rd party analytics tool.
Both of these are paid tools. One free Pinterest marketing tool, though not an analytics tool yet, is PinAlerts.com. We've been working on several features that should help track pins better.
Anyway, thanks again for your article. Happy Pinning! ~Paul
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