Football.co.uk Integrates with popular photo-sharing site Pinterest

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Digital Sports Group today announced it was utilising the social media sensation for exclusive football player images from football.co.uk.

Digital Sports Group

Digital Sports Group

There is no doubting that Pinterest has become an extremely valuable tool for organising and sharing inspirational photos of events, people and places.

Digital Sports Group today announced it was utilising the social media sensation for exclusive football player images from football.co.uk

Pinterest is the social sharing site launched in 2010 enabling users to “pin” “re-pin” and “like” images. The service has grown massively with an estimated 49 million users globally and has in the process become widely integrated with some of the largest sites in the world.

How does Pinterest work? Visitors can share images they find online, or they can directly upload images onto the football.co.uk Pinterest page. Using the Pin It button, they can share directly in their browser from any web page. User can also share their pins on other social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook.

Head of Operations at DSG, Matthew Tait had this to say, “Pinterest is a great way to quickly organise and share news in picture form as well as group together some of the fantastic action shots we get. We have already added several hundred photos and will be looking to add a further five thousand or so of you favourite players such as Robin van Persie, Jack Wilshere and Mesut Ozil.”

Simon Boynton, Managing Director of DSG believes that the Pinterest page will help football.co.uk reach another great audience. "There is no doubting that Pinterest has become an extremely valuable tool for organising and sharing inspirational photos of events, people and places. Be it your club ground, favourite player or moment from a football match. The football.co.uk Pinterest page will have it all."

Digital Sports Group are the official partners of the PFA and publish sites such as football.co.uk, sport.co.uk and the Footymad network.

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