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Throw your idea about split testing pinterest tactics!

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by Equality, Sep 7, 2013.

  1. Equality

    Equality Regular Member

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    Hello guys.

    The idea of winning with pinterest is sitting in my mind for a long time. I failed few times, but now I know my faults.

    Ok, so what I want to do is: buying 50-100 pinterest accounts and split them into 5-10 different groups(niches).
    Every group will be doing one stuff.

    For example:

    1st group is pinning just 1-5 images a day with same url.
    2nd group is is pinning 30 images a day with same url.
    3rd group is doing 1-5 images a day with different urls.
    4rd group is following ... number of people, etc.

    So what's the point? The point is to determine safe way to scale it up to more than 100 accounts per group, to determine when pinterest is not seeing footprints.

    How you can help?
    If you want - you can throw your idea for one group. And then after testing - I will post the safe results.

    What do you think, is it stupid idea? It's like crowdsourcing or something :)))
    Or it's just better to focus on 1 good account?
     
  2. atticanibal

    atticanibal Senior Member

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    looks like a plan, let us know how it works out
     
  3. DylanC

    DylanC Junior Member

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    How about trying to build one account into something major? Or build like 4 or 5 accounts into larger ones?
     
  4. dinkish

    dinkish Power Member

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    He's wanting to prevent an obvious foot print.
     
  5. itwillbefun

    itwillbefun Newbie

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    why? what's wrong with a big foot print?
     
  6. amandaspears86

    amandaspears86 Junior Member

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    Does this plan works? How does it goes?
     
  7. Dennyy

    Dennyy Regular Member

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    Just put it this way, social footprints = bad. It's like leaving candy trails for strangers to your home.