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  • Pinterest adds a buy button
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Pinterest adds a buy button

Millions of people already use Pinterest to discover things they like; from crafts to clothing. The social pinning site has now unveiled Buyable Pins, finally letting users take the next step to buy those things. With Pinterest becoming more of a shopping hub, can it pin this market down?

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