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Pinterest Follower iMacros Script For Chrome

Discussion in 'Pinterest' started by JackSparrow, Jul 14, 2015.

  1. JackSparrow

    JackSparrow Supreme Member

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    Hi

    Not posted one of my imacros scripts on here for absolute ages. Here is the one that I currently use on Pinterest.

    This works on the Chrome version of iMacros as well which is much faster as we all know.

    Method:

    Log into your account on Pinterest.

    Find a Pinterest user with a tonne of followers and then click on their followers link until you see a list of people following them. Tip: Make sure most the user profiles have photos and not loads of white drawing pins with the red background, these are usually used to over inflate their account and are mostly fake.

    Then copy and paste the following script into the Chrome version of iMacros

    Code:
    SET !TIMEOUT_PAGE 1
    SET !TIMEOUT_STEP 1
    SET !ERRORIGNORE YES
    TAG POS=1 TYPE=BUTTON ATTR=TXT:Follow
    WAIT SECONDS=12
    URL GOTO=javascript:window.scrollBy(0,20000)
    Put the number of loops you want in iMacros then click play and let it roll. Simple code for a simple task.
     
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  2. HoNeYBiRD

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    I tried it it's working, Thank you! I did change the waiting time, do you think that will get me in trouble and what timing do you recommend because 12 sc is a bit long for a bot.
     
  4. JackSparrow

    JackSparrow Supreme Member

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    12 seconds is the tried and tested wait time. I followed ten thousands users in one running of the script without getting a warning from Pinterest about following too many too fast. This is why I have put 12 seconds.

    You can of cause follow a bit faster but you will be met with a warning signal.
     
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    it's better if you use random delays when following or doing any other action, not just on pinterest, but everywhere, following with a 12 secs delay each and every time will throw up red flags sooner than later and will get the macro blocked and/or your acc suspended

    http://wiki.imacros.net/EVAL#Random_wait

    you can leave much bigger delays than 12 secs, with 12 secs delay you will follow 300 users per hour, that should be more than enough imho
    that's actually the max you can follow without getting blocked from following, that's what JackSparrow found out right with testing, if you follow 301 users/hour, you'll get blocked, if you follow only 300, you won't
     
  6. waldes

    waldes Junior Member

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    Thank you for share Jack.
    Here the script with random wait:
    Code:
    SET !TIMEOUT_PAGE 1
    SET !TIMEOUT_STEP 1
    SET !ERRORIGNORE YES
    TAG POS=1 TYPE=BUTTON ATTR=TXT:Follow
    SET rndSecWait EVAL("5 + Math.floor(Math.random()*10)")
    WAIT SECONDS={{rndSecWait}}
    'WAIT SECONDS=12
    URL GOTO=javascript:window.scrollBy(0,20000)
    Random delay between 5 and 15 sec.
     
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    Last edited: Jul 17, 2015
  7. KawaiiChonie

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    I tried the script but it doesn't seem to be working for me. So bummed about this, does anyone have an updated script?
     
  8. nekorb

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    Here this imacros script is working on Imacros G* Chrome Tested it today!

    You can change the speed of the script but like JackSparrow Said above it is the best time setting due to the follower cap of 300 put in place by Pinterest.

    Also once you get it running in chrome you can minimize chrome and do other things on another browser or a separate chrome window!

    VERSION BUILD=8300326 RECORDER=FX
    TAB T=1
    SET !ERRORIGNORE YES
    WAIT SECONDS=12
    TAG POS=1 TYPE=BUTTON ATTR=TXT:Follow
     
  9. friendzone2012

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    Anyone else got this working? I'm having issues :(
     
  10. ChanzGrande

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    This is convoluted. One would be better off to stick to using actual field names in their iMacros. I'd simply record it in firefox using the appropriate recording settings, and then edit it to include whatever one wants for delays - whether that is precisely 12 seconds, or randomized somehow. I believe OP may be correct for pinterest and that simply not exceeding their expectations leads to accounts not being banned.
     
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    How many account can i follow on a day to be safe?
     
  12. cottonwolf

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    THIS WORKS LIKE A FUCKING CHARM, BUT SET YOUR WAIT TIME TO 12.5 OR 13 SECONDS INSTEAD. I got stopped many times by following+unfollowing board/people even below count 300(ie. less than following 300).

    60x60=3600
    3600/13=276.92
    Stays below limits and more than enuff.
     
  13. Gigidus

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    do we need to write the code in simple notepad file and save it as js? can someone pls explain, would be of great help.
     
  14. Gigidus

    Gigidus Registered Member

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    nevermind got it
     
  15. Gigidus

    Gigidus Registered Member

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    guys sry for the multiple post but i dont see the delete post button. So i set up everything and at first it started running but after that it says: Error,timeout loading. I tried changing the time from 1 to 2 even reducing the waiting time but it didn't work,it just got stuck. Any advice
     
  16. Jacksonjrjr

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    the script aint working
     
  17. kalkbrenner9

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    Hi to everyone. This is a working procedure with a random delay between 1 and 100 seconds.
    Enjoy!
     
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    Of course run it with "Play Loop"
     
  19. bimmerime

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    is there a similar script to unfollow only those who don't follow you back
     
  20. SAWASDEEKUB

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    Thank you for the share. I will give this a test on one of my accounts that I have been neglecting to see how it works.