Pinterest is an image sharing and social media service.
ETL Pinterest data to your data warehouse and combine it with business-critical application data such as Salesforce, HubSpot, etc., in seconds. With Trifacta, you can transform, automate, and monitor your Pinterest pipeline with real-time metrics. No code required.
Join Pinterest data with any data source
Transform and combine your Pinterest data with datasets from any ecosystem, such as data from AWS or Azure, or cloud data warehouse, such as Snowflake or Amazon Redshift. Connect to any data—Trifacta's data integration workflow supports a wide variety of cloud data lakes, data warehouses, applications, open APIs, file systems, and allows for flexible execution, including SQL, dbt, Spark, and Python. Whether it's combining Pinterest data with SaaS applications such as Salesforce, small Excel files, or big data, Trifacta's visual workflow lets you interactively access, preview, and standardize joined data with ease.
Maximize the value of your Pinterest.
Strengthen the insights you get from Pinterest by centralizing your Pinterest data in a data warehouse, which allows you to enrich it with all sorts of company-wide data. No longer will data generated from Pinterest be isolated from the rest of your company’s critical and interconnected activities; instead, you’ll discover new, unforeseen insights and connect the dots across your company like never before.
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Use cases for the Pinterest connector
Sales: Enrich Pinterest with product data in order to more accurately determine which ad campaigns are driving the most product usage.
Finance: Combine Pinterest with finance data to determine which campaigns have resulted in highest ROI.
Marketing: Enrich Pinterest with additional marketing data to determine the relative success of marketing campaigns.