The royal wedding conquers Pinterest, but not Facebook

The royal wedding conquers Pinterest, but not Facebook

When Prince Harry marries American actress Meghan Markle on Saturday, May 19, everyone will have their eyes on them. After all, royalty has the talent to raise the standard of opulence for weddings so that then we all follow the route they have set.  

For this reason, real lovebirds tend to dominate social media, some platforms over others.

Although Facebook mentions of the royal union reached their peak after the announcement of their commitment in November, content related to the royal wedding has reached 80,000 pins since April, according to a new analysis by  NewsWhip Analytics , as reported on Thursday  Fast Company .

Facebook may have a larger audience, but when it comes to all the real fanfare, Pinterest is king. Because 70 percent of Pinterest users are women, it's perhaps not surprising that more of their users are focused on the great day of Harry and Meghan.

In fact, Pinterest is considered the first destination for wedding planning. You can select everything from flowers to the wedding dress on Pinterest, which becomes very useful when you're trying to decide which is the perfect dress or choose which is the right cake.

Pinterest says that 40 million people plan weddings on the site each year. People who use Pinterest also save some 900 million pins about weddings and perform 378 million searches related to weddings every year.

Facebook is a better platform to share memes and articles and is not necessarily the best place to organize ideas for planning the perfect wedding.



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