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Pinterest Is Bringing Guided Search To Desktop Users In The Next Few Weeks Pinterest wants to be the search engine that helps people find things that they didn’t even know they were looking for. Two months ago, the company rolled out Guided Search on mobile devices and billed it as a revolutionary way for its users to consume and browse Pinterest, which CEO Ben Silbermann called the “world’s […] … [Read more...] about Google My Business, Bing Sitemaps & Not Provided Reporting
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