[Pinterest] What's my ducking problem?

ReliableSEOGuy

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I wanted to start with Pinterest.

First try:
Used accounts made with Russian proxies bought from buyaccs.com because they are cheap and I wanted to try things out.
Bought IPv4 Russian proxies from proxy6.net.
Used Jarvee to browse and log into the account manually.
Logged in, changed profile pic and name, browsed a little bit (no pinning, nothing) and logged out again. Few min/an hour later the account was suspended. One account wasn't suspended, but had to verify the email. After I did that the account was suspended within few secs.

I was kinda expecting this results, because of the buyaccs Pinterest accounts. But you never know till you try it.

Second try:
Bought "high-quality" accounts made with USA Proxies here on BHW.
Bought IPv4 USA proxies from proxy6.net.
Set up a firefox profile with each proxy using this method.
Logged in, browsed a little bit (didn't change name or profile pic). Followed one person, and after I wanted to follow another person I got an error msg and the acc was suspended (did I do my actions too fast?!)

What is my mistake? What am I doing wrong?

Should I just forget buying accs and create my own?

Would be awesome if you have some tips for me or could suggest things I should try out before I "waste" more proxies :D. Thanks!
 

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Should I just forget buying accs and create my own?

Yes, do this. I run 7 different accounts (4 are mine and 3 of clients) from my laptop and have no problem or limitation at all. Sometimes I also run accounts using PinBot AI (will log out from my machine) without any problem.

You should try creating some accounts and work with Pinterest first. It doesn't suspend accounts if you keep it genuine. Also, don't start following at the very beginning. Complete your account first (add a profile pic, description, and other basic things), create 5-6 boards and pin some pins to them, and once you feel confident, start following slowly.

Let me know if you face any problem.
 

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Yes, do this. I run 7 different accounts (4 are mine and 3 of clients) from my laptop and have no problem or limitation at all. Sometimes I also run accounts using PinBot AI (will log out from my machine) without any problem.

You should try creating some accounts and work with Pinterest first. It doesn't suspend accounts if you keep it genuine. Also, don't start following at the very beginning. Complete your account first (add a profile pic, description, and other basic things), create 5-6 boards and pin some pins to them, and once you feel confident, start following slowly.

Let me know if you face any problem.

Thank you very much for your answer! I will try it again making my own accounts. Do you have any experience with different kinds of email provider? For example if mail.ru accounts get banned more often?
 

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Thank you very much for your answer! I will try it again making my own accounts. Do you have any experience with different kinds of email provider? For example if mail.ru accounts get banned more often?
Yeh making your own accounts wins by a mile. Just use gmail ?
 

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PS OP. Try creating your accounts across different IP's instead of just one. I tend to do 2 accounts per IP, go visit a friend and create two accounts on his IP and so on. It might not mean anything to some people but all my accounts are still alive, with slamming included lol
 

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I don't know why but everytime I see these type of issues come up, my immediate thought has always been "it's gotta be the proxies!"

Yeh making your own accounts wins by a mile. Just use gmail ?

Thanks guys for your answers! I personally don't think it's the proxies fault, but who knows? :suspicious:

Will try it again with making my own accounts and being more careful with warming them up. Will let you know how it goes! :)
 

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PS OP. Try creating your accounts across different IP's instead of just one. I tend to do 2 accounts per IP, go visit a friend and create two accounts on his IP and so on. It might not mean anything to some people but all my accounts are still alive, with slamming included lol

Thanks! Will create and use only 1 account for each proxy.
 

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Do you have any experience with different kinds of email provider? For example if mail.ru accounts get banned more often?

I haven't used mail.ru mail accounts but yes they do matter. I usually stick to Gmail, Yahoo, or AOL email accounts and sometimes use custom domain ones. For the first three, I face no problem in changing email at any point in time, but for custom domain names, I usually get an error before it allows me to change it.

So, yes you should try to stick to Gmail accounts for the beginning.
 
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