Anyone know if its ok to use several threads of the same pinterest account on same ip?

Discussion in 'Pinterest' started by Rentriutoigjtuowl, Oct 12, 2014.

  1. Rentriutoigjtuowl

    Rentriutoigjtuowl BANNED BANNED

    Sep 26, 2014
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    I am editing my unfollow bot and wondering if Id get banned for using many threads because currently on single thread its slow and I have nearly 20k people Im following to unfollow.
  2. HoNeYBiRD

    HoNeYBiRD Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

    May 1, 2009
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    Geographer, Tourism Manager
    it could throw up red flags, because that's not what a normal user would do

    when you're in doubt - regardless which social media site we're talking about - there's one question you should always ask yourself:
    is this what a normal user would do? if the answer is no to the question, you're always taking a risk, it's another thing if you'll be penalized (right away) for it or not
    if you build accounts for the long term, every action you perform should look as natural as possible, unfollowing thousands of people using multiple threads to speed up the process is definitely not natural

    i'm not experienced w/ pinterest, maybe people will say, do it, you won't get banned and maybe they're right, but it doesn't mean you won't be penalized at a later time

    i only built one social media acc for long term and it wasn't for marketing purposes, it was my personal twitter account, at its peak i had around 200k followers on it, i used bots, fake follower giveaways, follow4follow sites, twiends etc, but the vast majority was real followers and on one sunny day my acc got banned, this happened when i haven't even used the account for at least a year, so i was penalized for something i did at least a year before

    if you wanna do fast/huge amount of actions in a short time frame, you should think about using hundreds of accs and build a handful of accs slowly which you really care about

    in short: if i were you and if i'd care about the acc, i wouldn't do it
  3. Chris879

    Chris879 Newbie

    Mar 19, 2014
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    Yes, I agree.
    If I'd write or use a bot, I'd just let my computer run 24/7 with the bot and let it take care of it slowly. It might take a week or so, but that seems to be a save approach.
    Why do you need it fast?