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Source URL Editing or Description?

Discussion in 'Pinterest' started by Isabellas2007, Dec 2, 2015.

  1. Isabellas2007

    Isabellas2007 Newbie

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    Which one of these works better and protects a Pinterest account better? Changing the source URL or putting the URL in the description?
     
  2. cyrusdavirus

    cyrusdavirus Power Member

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    Are you changing a URL after an image has been pinned/repinned? That might be a bannable activity. Many just scrape and upload with the desired URL already set. And I see a lot of pins w/ a naked URL in the description that is not the same URL attached to the pin.
     
  3. Isabellas2007

    Isabellas2007 Newbie

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    I meant changing at the time of the pin or putting in the URL in the description that you are writing up. Just curious which of these works better for returns.
     
  4. Hubcapster

    Hubcapster Newbie

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    Taking into account the fact the most of Pinterest traffic is coming from mobile devices, not sure how a big URL in description would look like in little pins.
     
  5. lemoryora

    lemoryora Junior Member

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    yeah.. 90% of my traffic coming from mobile devices.. really bad for adsense.
     
  6. Isabellas2007

    Isabellas2007 Newbie

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    I am the exact opposite most of my traffic is coming from laptops.
     
  7. Bluearrow

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    Why does mobile traffic bad for AdSense ?
     
  8. Isabellas2007

    Isabellas2007 Newbie

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    From what I have seen is a lot of the adsense ads, are not exactly mobile friendly or responsive for mobile devices, I know that I read on Amazon when I was updating my links that a lot of mobile devices will not accept the Java loaded ads.
     
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    kahuna74 Regular Member

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    Mobile traffic is MUCH better with adsense than other monetization methods, IMO. Someone is much more likely to tap on a responsive ad than they are to buy a clickbank product from their phone.