With the addition of Afrikaans, Croatian, and Bulgarian language Pins, Pinterest has announced the next stage of its worldwide development and increased the app’s accessibility for users around the world. This would open up a variety of fresh chances in more places, which might help Pinterest keep up the steady growth momentum it has been experiencing all year.
Despite only 20% of its users being based in the US, 79% of Pinterest’s revenue is made there, thus expanding internationally and maximising its commercial potential are two of its top priorities.
Since Pinterest ads have only recently been introduced in Argentina, Chile, and Colombia, Pinterest is still working to widen the availability of its advertising capabilities. The platform can significantly increase its income intake if it can offer additional connection and business choices in more regions, which is an essential step in optimising its revenue potential.
More language support as a result. Following today’s release, Pinterest is now accessible in 41 other languages. The platform is undoubtedly developing additional language support capabilities to further expand this capability.