An Explosive Game Changer for Online Retail

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The following video is part of our "Motley Fool Conversations" series, in which new media analyst Maggie Muraca and Chief Technology Officer Jeremy Phillips discuss topics across the investing world.

Maggie and Jeremy discuss the rise of social network darling Pinterest. This startup is reshaping how small and large retailers directly connect online consumers with their products. While Pinterest is still a small social network relative to Facebook, its growth and engagement level is a game changer for online retailers.

Due to companies like Pinterest, online retail is in its largest period of transition ever. The companies left behind will bankrupt investors, while the few exceptional leaders benefiting from this change will see astounding growth in the years ahead. The Motley Fool has created a free report, "The Death of Wal-Mart," which highlights two companies hand-picked by Fool analysts that are set to dominate the future. To check out these two companies and learn more about the future of retailing, click here now -- it's free!

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