MIAMI (CNET) — According to CBS-owned CNET, one of the Internet’s most popular social networks has pushed its doors wide open: Pinterest has started open registration.

This means users can sign up for an account without having to wait for an invite, the company said in a blog post. In the past, people had to request an invite from Pinterest or be invited by a friend who already had a Pinterest account. Invites allowed the site to control the volume of new users so that its servers were not overwhelmed, according to Pinterest.

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Now, the site can handle any new traffic that comes its way.

“We’re really excited to have the capacity to offer Pinterest to more people and if you’re a Pinner with friends who’ve been waiting on the sidelines, we hope you’ll let them know,” the blog reads.

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In addition to using a Facebook or Twitter login, users can now also sign up with just an e-mail address.

Will Pinterest see an uptick in their numbers after opening up registration? If so, it would bolster its already swiftly growing popularity.

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Although the company doesn’t publicly share user stats, one report from April said the site had 4 million daily unique visitors at the beginning of this year. Team