link to website

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  1. vt2011

    vt2011 Regular Member

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    do you put the link to your website on the image or the description or both, which one do you think can stay under the radar ?
     
  2. Brannan

    Brannan Regular Member

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    Go for on image, not describtion. You get more visitors by putting it on the image itself. ( My Opinion )

    Only put your link in max 30% of the pictures you are pinning/repinning, this is to ensure you wont get banned.
     
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    Link In Image Source Not In Description !!

     
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    From my testing, I use about 50%-80% links on the description without any problems. But I do use aged accounts but haven't really tested this on a massive level yet..
     
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  5. vt2011

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    thanks for your opinion. I am planning to create accounts, pin about 90 images per account and forget, set the link in image or description. Do you think it is doable without mass ban?