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Pinterest Banned My Link EVERYTHING GONE

Discussion in 'Pinterest' started by SnoopyDrew, Jan 12, 2015.

  1. SnoopyDrew

    SnoopyDrew Senior Member

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    All my hard work MONTHS,HOURS UPON HOURS of tedious work down the fucking drain for nothing.I have spent the last 7 months building up my accounts and now my link has been blocked.What the fuck am I supposed to do now? I was earning great money from this and now I am fucked.Anybody have any suggestions I have 50k followers on 20 accounts.
     
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    That happens all the time to lots of us... it is a bummer for sure when it happens but you just have to reboot.

    There is no other thing to do but get back up on that horse.
     
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    There has to be some way I can fix this...cant I just create a new domain and change the link to that site?
     
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    Well yea! Just use a new domain if they banned the other "DOMAIN"! As long as you didn't lose your accounts! You should be good!
     
  5. SnoopyDrew

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    So I just tested it and It does NOT WORK!! I am freaking out what the fuck am I supposed to do.somebody help me please.
     
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    What you actually tested??
    Try redirecting a new domain instead of transferring the whole website.
     
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    If you didn't do any shady stuff, contact them and ask why and is there a way to fix it.
     
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    So If I just change the pin source I should be okay? Pinterest wont just block that link too right?
     
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    If I were you I would send em a message , worked for me in the past , usually they reply in a 2 business days or sth like that
     
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    You might be able to get it back if you make up some sob story acting as a college student.

    This is a prime example of why you never leave traces between accounts.

    1 account, 1 proxy, 1 domain.

    It may sound basic, but never forget the fundamentals unless you understand the risks associated with this business.
     
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    I do one account per IP and I only pinned to one account I guess all my accounts are still pretty safe I just have to change the URL on every single pin.Gonna take me all fucking day but its better than losing everything I guess right?
     
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    You can't change the URL on every single pin ! it's hard work ! and the Repins have the old URL and you can't change it... I think you should to start from the beginning ! you have 50K Followers make a new domain name and change it every 3 weeks ! and you will be fine !
     
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    stay away from changing the source link but if you do have to do it then do it like this
    1) open a disposable account you do not care if you lose
    2) only pin directly from your site to the disposable account or only change the source url using that account
    3) now repin from your disposable account to your larger account with the least followers, then repin from your lowest account to the larger ones.

    pinterest will only blame the account that changed the url. people who repin what that account did could be 100% innocent in it so pinterest will not go after them and if they do they will at most go one layer deep to your lowest number account. if you really want to be safe only repin once or twice of each pin to each account
    acc 1 pins acc2 repins from account 1, account 3 repins from account 2 and account 4 repins from account 3 and so on and don't repin every pin to all your accounts and create a footprint they will find easy of they bother to look
     
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    I think you gave them the red light by re-pinning all posts from each account.

    You can try repinning each posts from just two accounts and do repin other people's too. this will make it look natural to their bots.

    The advise i would give now, is to buy another domain and do a 301 redirect to the new domain from the old one. Then start repinning, you can go badass using premium proxy services.
     
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    I purchased a new domain and transferred all my content to my new site..I am going to make a garbage account and pin only to that account and repin to all my bigger accounts from now on.
     
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    Simple answer is to buy a new domain.
     
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    Its normal on pinterest, thats why i buy bulk cheap domains mostly .info and when they are banned repeat it. Managing pinterest account network is not easy these days. Best setup is 100 accounts, 100 private proxies and 100 cheap domains.
     
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    I had my url safe for a good 6-7 months why did it happen so sudden? I havent done anything different.
     
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    i guess you got reported for some reason not just now, but before too by several people, maybe you pushed it a little too hard and now it reached a level where it triggered a manual audit, which found your site, the method how you promote it abusive and against their TOS