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Can Pinterest Algoritm detect macros?

Discussion in 'Pinterest' started by waldes, Mar 31, 2015.

  1. waldes

    waldes Junior Member

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    What do you think gyes?
    I am using well known FF addon iMacros for Firefox, but they banning accounts, that pinning from my site with this addon.
    How to remove macro footprints?
    I know, this addon has paid version, maybe there is the key....

    Or i need to create more complex macro script, because now it just pinning from the site, without make any other actions like follow/like/comment etc..

    Please for help:p
     
  2. cyrusdavirus

    cyrusdavirus Power Member

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    Act like an actual person and mix up your activities.
     
  3. Fortythieve

    Fortythieve BANNED BANNED

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    STOP SPAMMING! That helps ;)
     
  4. cpa-marketing

    cpa-marketing Regular Member

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    Yes and No.

    No, pinterest can't detect that you are using imacros on your browser. In other words, the site doesn't know you are using that extension to automate anything

    Yes, because imacros aren't complex or "real" enough to get through the spam filters that are getting complicated more and more each day on all social media. Imacros is for simple scripts and not 1000 lines scripts. It doesn't connect to a database or anything that is higher language oriented. So, either learn a proper programming language or buy a bot.
     
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  6. Rilese

    Rilese Registered Member

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    Pretty much what they all said above. Use the iMacro but simulate it as a real person, by not running it all day.

    I always usually set the time variable random up to 10 seconds so the next action will be done in 1-10 seconds.

    Here is what I have used...

    TAG POS=1 TYPE=BUTTON ATTR=TXT:Follow
    SET !VAR2 EVAL("var randomNumber=Math.floor(Math.random()*10); randomNumber;")
    WAIT SECONDS={{!VAR2}}
     
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    imacros simulate mouse movements, so there is no way for them to detect that those movements weren't done by a human, it's all happening on your computer. This being said they can detect patterns in your usage of the account, if you do the same action over and over again 24h/day at exact time intervals they will know something is happening there..