UniProgy s.r.o. is proud to announce the release of a new product – Pinterest clone script Pinnect.

/EINPresswire.com/ UniProgy s.r.o. is proud to announce the release of a new product – Pinterest clone script Pinnect. It allows any entrepreneur to create a Pinterest clone and drive massive traffic to their online retail venue of choice. This service is already proven to be a hit with women in the US and both genders in the UK, and was rated “Hottest website” in 2012.

Pinterest is a website which allows people to “pin” images they like onto a virtual bulletin board. Using this social picture sharing script, some of the world’s most influential startup investors have already jumped into the trend of social picture bookmarking. Entrepreneurs all over the world have noticed the intensity of public response to Pinterest, making a Pinterest clone inevitable.

In 2011, Pinterest drove more people to retail websites than Google, Twitter or Facebook. When an upstart founded in 2010 can beat the established giants, it’s a force to be reckoned with. While the original Pinterest is still privately owned, there’s now a way for any interested party to create their own Pinterest clone.

Using the same technology, Pinnect is a Pinterest script that allows any website owner to create their choice of Pinterest clone. This facilitates public sharing of all sorts of images and massive advertising of products. Using their own Pinterest clone site, an entrepreneur can show their products to the world and allow women in prime purchasing demographics to advertise those products for free.

Pinterest and Pinnect also enable users to organize their favorite images and sort them into custom categories. This not only allows sharing on a massive scale, but also allows marketing researchers to identify trends and public sentiment about a given product. With so much built in feedback and marketing power, Pinnect is certain to allow numerous entrepreneurs to grow their websites dramatically.

Media Contact:
Vasiliy Yevreinov
UniProgy s.r.o.

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