The Perfect Palette, a wedding blog that explores "the color palette possibilities for your wedding" and serves as a resource for other wedding ideas, would seem to be a perfect match for Pinterest, and it is.
The site is far and away the biggest brand on Pinterest with more than 240,000 followers, according to Zoomsphere. The rest of the list illustrates that media titles that cater to the nesting instinct have a definite advantage. (As do publications that write about Pinterest, including Mashable, which clocks in at number 10.) In fact, while the likes of Coca-Cola and General Motors might not have much use for Pinterest right now, brands like Rachael Ray (about 500 followers) and Diapers.com (400 followers) might want to step up their game.
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Zoomsphere released a list of the top Pinterest brands on Wednesday. As you may note, even the The Perfect Palette is a mere piker compared to Jane Wang, Pinterest's top overall user, who has around 2.4 million followers.
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This story originally published on Mashable here.