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Easy Pinterest [Method] to follow/unfollow lots of people.

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by ooPekoPeko, Dec 26, 2013.

  1. ooPekoPeko

    ooPekoPeko Newbie

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    Hello everyone!

    I guess many of you think that the best way to follow and unfollow on pinterest is to use macroses or bots? Maybe, but I've figured another easy way which will take only 5 minutes a day to follow as many pinteresters as the limit allows.

    STEP 1

    Login to your pinterest and open the page with the list of Somebody's followers or followed people.


    STEP 2
    Use browser code inspector and find .User .userWrapper {...} div

    STEP 3
    To .User .userWrapper {...} add value "display:none;" This will actually remove unnecessary block with images and links from displaying to you.

    Once it will be done, all the follow/unfollow buttons will look like this and will be super easy to click them all. It will probably take you 1 minute to follow 100 people with your mouse.


    STEP 4 (optional)

    Make it even more easy - remove the margin between all the buttons. It is done easly by removing margin: 14px 7px 0 7px; from .GridItems.padItems>.item {...}


    Examples and screenshots for every step are in attachments.
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    Now all the follow/unfollow buttons stick up together and they are very easy to click on by moving and clicking your mouse.

    Hope this will be usefull for someone.
     

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  2. Rokebono

    Rokebono Senior Member

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    Nice trick, thanks for sharing. :)
     
  3. xpesos

    xpesos Regular Member

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    This is nice trick, and will surely save some time
     
  4.  ﴾͡๏̯͡๏﴿.tk

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    could you please explain it more detailed how to find the divs

    thanks in advance
     
  5. ooPekoPeko

    ooPekoPeko Newbie

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    Hover your mouse over title of the pinner, then right click --> Inspect Element (or smth like this, depends on browser type). In the bottom area of your screen will open the code of page with the elements listed. Inspecting the title should highlight <h3 class="..."....> among other elements in the code.

    The element, right above from h3 class="..." should look like <a href="...." class="..."... , click on it. It will choose the right element to change it's style (see screenshot N2 in the attachments in the first post)

    OR

    open "Inspect Element" on any part of page and then search (ctrl+F) for userWrapper.
     
  6. cyrusdavirus

    cyrusdavirus Regular Member

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    great trick! will try with iMacros.
     
  7. BarryAllen

    BarryAllen Junior Member

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    Nice trick! Lovin' it! This will definitely save lots of time!
    BA,
     
  8. Seljo

    Seljo Regular Member

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    Very useful trick:) You have saved me a lot of time
     
  9. Greasebaum

    Greasebaum Registered Member

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    Thanks, that is super useful.
     
  10. acidol2

    acidol2 Supreme Member

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    Bookmarked!
    Thanks man! I'm actually gonna be working on a Pinterest account later on, and this could be really useful :)
     
  11. stallion45d

    stallion45d Regular Member

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    I recently started playing around with pinterest. How many people per account/day would you recommend to follow in order to stay under the radar?
     
  12. HeRBaR

    HeRBaR Supreme Member

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    Does pinterest have any following limit???
    What is the best following rate to not raise any red flags??
     
  13. ooPekoPeko

    ooPekoPeko Newbie

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    I have recently started experimenting with daily following limits, and well, even following 1k people a day seems to be working. But the point is you should not follow more than 100-150 people per hour. Split the same daily 1k people into 10 times and it should not even trigger pinterest warning message about "slow down" or smth.


    For me it works fine so far (practing this about a week).
     
  14. ooPekoPeko

    ooPekoPeko Newbie

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    But I am still not sure about absolute daily following limit =(
     
  15. bierl

    bierl Newbie

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    sorry for up an old topic.
    Im looking for do same things, but with pin search.
    I want do same as ?display:none? for automate like with macros, but dont find how to do that.
    anyone know how to?
    thk
     
  16. richardleb

    richardleb Power Member

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    Such an awesome trick! Thank you for sharing OP.
     
  17. ocrasorm

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    Thanks for sharing this.