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If you have Several Blogger.com blogs - Will pinterest track their ip?

Discussion in 'Pinterest' started by ProductionsDream, Dec 6, 2015.

  1. ProductionsDream

    ProductionsDream Junior Member

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    I was planning to do an experiment with blogger/adsense and pinterest.

    Creating several blogs, putting content and adsense, then promote via pinterest and twitter. Nothing new here i know, but would like to know if anyone has done this sucessfully.

    And if pinterest will track the owner of all the blogs if they are in the same Blogger.com Account??


    Thanks,

    Have a nice day all :D
     
  2. audiobreather

    audiobreather Regular Member

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    I have done this using blogger.com blogs + adsense + pinterest. I don't think they will track the owner of these blogs.
    One of my blogs were getting 3,000 views a day, until blogger deleted that blog after almost 2 months.

    Maybe you can use blogger blogs as a start but after you earn I suggest you use your own domain.
     
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  3. Panther28

    Panther28 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    all blogger blogs have the same ip address, even .com and .co.uk's (74.125.228.202)
     
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    shahwal92 Newbie

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    You can easily promote your new blog using Pinterest using blogger.
     
  5. Panther28

    Panther28 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Really? You hear that lads, we can promote our blogger blog with pinterest. Such doge ideas.
     
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    pinterest [insert any social media site here] can't track jackshit when you're usign a blogger, that's why it's always a good solution for free, no social media can really ban the usage of blogger without hurting their normal, everyday users too, they can ban only the subdomain (xxxx.blogger.com), but you can always rename your blog, so it's a pretty convenient way to spam the living shit outta the social networks for free, at one point i had hundreds of them, when i was doing ig promotion lol
     
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  7. ProductionsDream

    ProductionsDream Junior Member

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    Thanks man,

    actually when i start making some money i will transfer the bloggers to my own domain.

    Thanks,

    And what about using adsense? is it likely that they will ban my bloggers? i know that adsense can ban you anytime if they see fit.
    All my content will come from expired articles, all passed through copyscape.
     
  8. audiobreather

    audiobreather Regular Member

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    I know this is not addressed to me, but I would like to share my experience. I used WordAI to spin articles, adsense and blogger and my adsense accounts are not yet banned. I think it is safe.
     
  9. Bluearrow

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    Don't think Adsense would care as long as its good quality traffic. If you just do spam blasting then you can just use same content but different domains. But I don't think it's working great with Pinterest anymore. They are getting good at handling spam. Getting sites verified / rich pins should work better.
     
  10. MermaidMurder

    MermaidMurder Regular Member

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    How long have you been doing it? If you have gotten paid a few times I would be impressed.
     
  11. audiobreather

    audiobreather Regular Member

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    I did it for 6 months and I got paid. I stopped when blogger deleted my one and only blog that was making me money. It deleted all of my blogs afterwards. I just bought my own domain and am starting to build a real site.

    I agree. A lot of my pinterest bots got suspended also. Maybe it was just my bot settings. I am going to try promoted pins instead of spamming.
     
  12. kahuna74

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    It's pretty easy to fly under the radar with pinterest as long as you only pin quality stuff. You used to be able to get by with "set and forget" bots but you can't do that anymore. You have to monitor everything you repin/like/comment on and only pin high quality pins that link back to your own domain.
     
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    I've heard that the key to real, solid success is in building your own group boards - then driving traffic from there while capturing contact details and building a list. Agree or disagree?