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Running multiple accounts on same IP in Pinterest

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by raygendary, Aug 16, 2014.

  1. raygendary

    raygendary Regular Member

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    Im just wondering if i can run multiple account under one IP in Pinterest. But mostly i read in this forum says dno the limit is 2-3 accounts only but this guy in Warrior Forums says this



    "what i dont understand is why people think theyll be banned for creating multiple accounts under a single IP. if i were running pinterest, i would think that people doing things through proxies looks more fishy than several accounts under one IP

    Corporate firewalls quite often use one IP, and there could feasibly be several hundred pinterest accounts under those. also, hotel wifi is the same. i highly doubt that pinterest would ever ban anyone for logging one with a same IP as many others"



    I am confused as a begginer which is really the truth coz i want to scale up my account but i dont have a money to invest. Someone tell me what is which correct. the 2-3 or the statement of this guy?
     
  2. himanuzo

    himanuzo Supreme Member

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    Pinterest protects its system from spamming.

    If you want to create and manage multi accounts on Pinterest.... let say 100+ accounts. Yes you definitely need and invest a Pinterest bot and also invest proxy service monthly for the bot. Because you CANNOT manage multi accounts from one IP address of your internet connection.
     
  3. raygendary

    raygendary Regular Member

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    Im sorry. so it means it is possible to make 100 accounts and run it in one IP? it is just my internet connection cannot support because it is slow or something? thats why i have to have a proxy? Can you please expand this "CANNOT" i mean why? because pinterest will see it as a unusual activity or i dunno.. I am very sorry for being slow in this topic.
     
  4. raygendary

    raygendary Regular Member

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    Can someone please someone reply? :)
     
  5. SpookSEO

    SpookSEO Senior Member

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    Well, having a proxy can be a choice if you are planning to add more accounts to the current IP address that you are using. Pinterest, with what I can see, is a website that is really trying its best not be one of those social networking sites which are already invaded by spammers.