So, Pinterest is still the buzzword of the industry and something that looks like it might stick around a little while longer. 

It’s also something that Econsultancy’s explored from various different angles, but we’ve not actually gone into too much detail about the companies using it.

There’s a handful of extremely comprehensive lists floating around the web, but I thought it might be interesting to see if a full A-Z list of brands and organisations could be compiled. 

Surprisingly, it turns out you (almost) can, which is quite something, considering for how little time the platform has been around... 

A is for... American Airlines 

B is for... Barneys 

C is for... CBS (choosing Coke would have been too obvious)  

D is for... Dunkin Donuts 

E is for... Etsy (Although I was shamelessly tempted to list Econsultancy

F is for... Fossil  

G is for... General Electric (But don’t forget Gap)  

H is for... HubSpot 

I is for... Ice

J is for... JCPenney 

K is for... Kraft

L is for... Lindt (But I was delighted to find Lamborghini, too)  

M is for... Maybelline (McDonalds would have been too easy)  

N is for... Nordstrom 

O is for... Oprah (Yes, she’s a celeb, but arguably a brand as well) 

P is for... Playboy 

Q is for... Quicken 

R is for... Random House (Again, the obvious choice would be Red Bull)  

S is for... Sony (...Or Starbucks... Or Sesame Street...)   

T is for... Threadless 

U is for... UNICEF 

V is for... Volkswagen 

W is for... Wall Street Journal 

X is for... Xbox (Okay, I cheated on this. It’s not an official Xbox property. But close enough).  

Y is for... Yale 

Z is for... Zales 

Jake Hird

Published 27 March, 2012 by Jake Hird

Jake Hird is Econsultancy Australia's Director of Research and Education. Follow him on Twitter and Google+, connect with him on LinkedIn or see what he's keeping an eye on via diigo

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Too fun! Nice work, and nice list. Our business (ADWING) is on pinterest as well. We tend to focus on things relevant to the local area, as well as our area of expertise. But, posting and pinning things of 'plain old interest' is pretty fun too. Thanks for the examples. Cheers!

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