When Pinterest first introduced rich pins in May, PinLeague CEO, Danny Maloney, saw them as Pinterest's first billion dollar revenue feature. This feature gives companies ability to display price, availability, their logo, show price changes and much more, all within the pin. Although only a few companies had access to these pins at first, Pinterest has since provided the coding to allow any company the chance of having rich pins on their own site.
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