- #Sorry: For all those marketers who formerly used twitter-verbiage to track and group content, you will no longer be able to search by hashtags.
- No more homepage comments: Additionally, you won’t be able to link directly to your brands website in the comments sections on other pages.
- Cross-Promotions: No more "liking" boards on Facebook or Tweeting at the same time that you pin.
- Instead of blasting out generic content across Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, use this opportunity to segment your customers by their social networking habits, likes and wants, and then act accordingly. Pinterest took away cross-promotion but gave you analytics. So use them!
- Disappointed about not being able to link directly to your brand? Quit being lazy: Hyperlinking to your brand’s content is not only tacky it also looks like spam. According to Pew Research, Pinterest users are typically well-educated digital natives and appreciate creative and compelling marketing.
- The hashtag searching option isn’t the worst change to cope with. Although you’ll have to make slight changes to the way you group your content. Nothing here is catastrophic. Get some organizational guidelines in place and you're good to go.