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[PinBot] When does a New Pinterest Account become an Aged Account?

Discussion in 'Pinterest' started by danandmel2, Nov 20, 2016.

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  1. danandmel2

    danandmel2 Newbie

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    I recently purchased Pinbot3.0 (like yesterday!) and before I start using it I have three questions.

    1. When is a new pinterest account regarded as and aged account. I'm not planning on using Pinbot on my accounts until they are aged. In other words I'll be creating and pinning to my accounts manually until then.

    2. I have used private proxies before and have no problem doing so again but using a VPS is a relatively new concept to me. Can I access a VPS remotely and therefore upload and run pinbot and if so, is there an idiots guide for doing so?

    3. I suppose my next question could be classed as 2.1! I am intending to use a VPS and private proxy located in the USA and my question is: Does a user's location have any effect on how their accounts are viewed. (I'm located in Spain) ie do US based accounts/boards have better viewing than those from elsewhere in the world? (I hope that makes sense?)

    regards
    Dan
     
  2. Chris.Roark

    Chris.Roark Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    hello,

    1. After creation, I let my accounts 'sit' for almost a week. I will do some manual actions in the meantime. And once automated, I will have a minimal setup (a warm up phase).

    2. Check youtube for how to set up AWS EC2 (not my channel)

    3. If you use proxies, most probably you'll get US proxies, so really, it doesn't matter your real location because Pinterest will think your US based.
     
  3. danandmel2

    danandmel2 Newbie

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    Thanks for that Chris.

    However, I was correct in thinking that I hadn't made myself clear in the third question. I understand that pinterest would presume my location is in the US if my IP address suggests so, what I was really trying to ask was if there is any real benefit in having a US ip, be it private proxy or otherwise, over simply opening accounts from your own location, in my case Spain. In short... is Pinterest.es viewed the same as pinterest.com?
     
  4. Chris.Roark

    Chris.Roark Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I don't really know for sure, but if they take the same path of growth as other social networks, local subdomains will become more segragated due to the sheer volume of content.

    So for long term, I personally, will look for IP, Pinterest account Name and location inside USA. Just to keep it safe down the road :)
     
  5. Natiknn

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    i didnt get ban if my account is 1 year already. i think its not safety to start mass pining from your website before 5-6 months
     
  6. danandmel2

    danandmel2 Newbie

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    Thanks Natiknn,
    I have heard varying timescales from 1 week to 6 months from pinners who would probably be classed as experts on using pinterest and also from those whose expertise could be called into question.

    Personally, I can see how pinning and running an account manually for the first week or so would be of benefit, and then automating the process from then on. Slowly increasing the volume of pinning and repinning on a weekly/monthly basis until a level of 100 to 200 a day is reached?

    The maximum safe limit for pinning is what I guess I am after, if any one can help with that?