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The 10 Best Pinterest Alternatives.

by Yvone Kendi
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Pinterest has developed a reputation as a site geared primarily toward females looking for wedding, home decor, and recreation inspiration.

Perhaps you like the concept of Pinterest but not the content. Perhaps Pinterest isn’t for you. There are plenty of Pinterest alternatives, so don’t worry.

If you’re looking for a Pinterest for men, you’ve come to the right place. It’s out there somewhere. Is there a Pinterest for cooking? It is real. What if there was a Pinterest for memes? You’ve come to the right place. We’ve compiled a list of the top 10 Pinterest-like apps and websites for this article.

  • Juxtapost

Juxtapost is similar to Pinterest but in a good way. It was designed to be better than Pinterest, filling in many of the gaps that existed at the time, such as invite-only membership, a lack of private boards, and the ability to export content. Juxtapost lost a lot of its distinguishing features after Pinterest caught up, but its community is still going strong.

The More Like This button is our favorite feature in Juxtapost. If you’re on the front page and come across a delicious recipe, you can click on the button to see more delicious recipes right away. Posts can also be categorized and tagged in a variety of ways, making it simple to find new content that interests you.

  • Dribbble

Dribbble bills itself as the “leading destination to find and showcase creative work,” according to its homepage. Dribbble is the perfect place for all of you creative types to answer the question, “What are you working on right now?”

You can use Dribbble to share your work whether you’re designing websites, movie posters, typography, pixel art, company logos, architecture, or anything else. It’s a fantastic way to show off what you’ve done with Canva, Photoshop, and other design software.

You’re not a designer? That’s fine as well. Explore the Dribbble posts (referred to as “shots” rather than “pins” or “posts”) to get a glimpse into the minds of various creators. There’s a lot of content here that will blow your mind if you appreciate art in all of its forms.

  • Gentlemint

Gentlemint is a social media platform where users can share and post anything “gentlemanly.” Despite the elegant name, Gentlemint appears to have attracted a following that is more interested in memes and infographics. This is the site for you if you’re looking for a man-centric Pinterest alternative.

There are a few posts about whiskey, survival skills, and DIY projects here and there, but if you’re looking for deep manly wisdom, you won’t find it here. Other drawbacks include a site design that is a little too simplistic (though this is a personal preference) and a community that isn’t quite as large as it could be.

  • We Heart It

If we had to sum up We Heart It in a single sentence, we’d say it’s the offspring of Pinterest and Tumblr, and not in a bad way. We Heart It is a social media platform where people can be themselves and share whatever they want, including cat pictures, melodramatic quotes, cute outfits, landscapes, food, and more.

There’s an undercurrent running through all of the We Heart It posts that suggests this site is primarily used by adolescent and college females. There isn’t as much wedding planning as there is in the past, but there is a little more teen angst. We Heart It is for you if you’re looking for more sites like Pinterest that are geared toward young women.

  • Dudepins

Another Pinterest-inspired site aimed at men is Dudepins. Dudepins is distinguished by its tendency to be a little more refined than the competition. It includes memes, fitness inspiration, and sports posts in addition to men’s fashion, style, and man caves.

While Dudepins isn’t a desolate wasteland, it hasn’t yet reached critical mass in terms of community size, which is unfortunate because we believe it has the best chance of becoming the true “Pinterest for men” site on the internet.

  • FoodGawker

Are you a connoisseur of delicacies? If that’s the case, you’ll quickly fall in love with FoodGawker. This Pinterest-inspired website is not only a great place to learn about new dishes, ingredients, and food photography, but it’s also a great place to find plenty of online cooking guides for beginners and experts alike.

FoodGawker’s only drawback is that it is curated. You can submit your photos and links, but the editors will review them all and make the final decision on what will be published. On the one hand, this maintains a high-quality standard, but it loses some of its Pinterest-like appeals.

  • Fancy

Check out Fancy if you’re always looking for new clothes, shoes, art, or home decor. This Pinterest alternative allows you to browse through a variety of unique products that you can buy right on the site.

If you’re not ready to buy the items you see, you can “Fancy” them or save them to your profile by clicking the popsicle icon. You can also make your shopping lists and share products with your friends.

  • Pearltrees

Pearltrees is a one-stop shop for all of your passions. You can not only add photos, URLs, and documents to your collection, but you can also use Pearltrees’ browser extension to grab snippets of web pages and add them to your collection.

You can create a variety of collections with Pearltrees, and you can organize them with as many subcollections as you want. As soon as you add an item to your collection, Pearltrees will show you similar collections created by other users. You get 1GB of storage for free with Pearltrees, but you’ll have to pay a subscription fee to get more storage and features.

  • DwellingGawker

DwellingGawker is created by the same people who created FoodGawker, but it focuses on interior design and architecture instead of food. Each photo is curated by the site’s editors, just like on FoodGawker. You can also save and share the lovely photos you find, as well as submit your own. This site will undoubtedly motivate you to improve your living space.

  • Mix

Mix is a fantastic Pinterest substitute. When you sign up for the site, you can choose from a variety of topics for your newsfeed, such as fashion, architecture, music, funny posts, nature, and more.

When you like a post, you can add it to a collection on your profile by pressing the Mix button. Mix curates a personalized content feed based on these posts. You can also look at what other people are mixing in the Popular tab.

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