Pinterest Acquires Twitter Cofounder’s Social Media Flop, Jelly

During this past week, Pinterest announced that they acquired Jelly Industries. This is one of the most prominent question-to-answer mobile application. Biz Stone is the co-founder of Twitter. According to Pinterest, this move will propel them to greater heights of success through recommendation and visual charge technology.

 

Biz Stone is the Chief Executive Officer of Jelly. For him, business is what defines success and failure in life, for this reason, he has worked to achieve the best through business and stability. Eva Sharp is the CEO and Founder of Pinterest. Together, the two will unite and provide the most brutal force for good and profitability in the social media platforms. Ben Frankel, CTO of Jelly, is also expected to become part of the common force for good.

 

Jelly also said that it would benefit from Pinterest due to their advancement in search technology and artificial intelligence. For this reason, they will be paired with professionals who will answer all the client questions. According to Biz, he founded Jelly with the main aim of developing a human-powered search engine. Jelly has, therefore, been designed to help all their users search most of their questions with sound and visual effects. However, this application was not adopted on a massive scale by users.

 

According to the Pinterest spokesperson, Jelly lacked enough technology to provide the most sophisticated services to their clients. However, their unity with Pinterest will offer the best way to achieve better business through capacity development. The company has helped numerous people around the world build their future.