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Pinterest Techniques to Avoid Domain Ban

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by junkiepipes, Dec 7, 2012.

  1. junkiepipes

    junkiepipes Registered Member

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    Been reading that pinterest can ban your domain if they suspect too much affiliate type activity, pinning, etc... what are the techniques that can be used to make sure you don't burn your money site URL?

    thanks!

    junkiepipes
     
  2. Smart SEO

    Smart SEO Senior Member

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    I don't use Pintrest myself but couldn't you get free .co.cc (or similar) domains and use a simple php technique to redirect to your main site? That way if they ban your domain just make a new .co.cc. I actually coded a script that registers free .co.cc, sets up and redirects them to my main site. It made me around 1000 domains in under an hour using a VPS :)
     
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    terrycody Senior Member

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    just doing it regularly
     
  4. dimitris

    dimitris Junior Member

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    I always do it a half white, make account looks more natural with a number of boards, pins and repins and occasionally put some affiliate type links...