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What bot limits do you use on pinterest? (follow, unfollow, repin, etc.)

Discussion in 'Pinterest' started by survum, Apr 18, 2015.

  1. survum

    survum Junior Member

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    I opened up a verified business account with pinterest last month and I want to start botting it in efforts to grow my brand. I loaded it up with roughly 1k pins and started doing promoted pins, that's it.

    I have 9 boards and then 1 board for each product (350 boards in total). I was suggested to do this for better search results, apparently board title matches turn up higher than pin title matches. All my boards are for specific product groups (shirts, pants, etc.) so I want to keep those just my clothing.

    What I want to do for botting is make a few boards about my general fashion niche and re-pin others stuff + pin my own stuff from my ecommerce site and my fashion niche blog. This would be in addition to follow/unfollow, like/unlike, repin/unrepin, etc. specifically for these new boards. I figure then users would notice me, check out the rest of my stuff and hopefully repin or visit and make a purchase.

    So my question to you all that currently bot, what specific settings do you use? Any tips or limitations I should know about? I want to have the best understanding as possible so not to ban my verified account. I have my own dedicated private proxies and plan to use followliker since I'm already familiar with the software, currently using it for instagram and twitter.

    Also, if there are any suggestions or improvements for my method of marketing on pinterest - those would be appreciated!

    Thanks Guys
     
  2. Borilla

    Borilla Junior Member

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    Rule No.1
    You never test things on your main account!

    The limitation depends on so much things, followers,if your account looks spammy etc...
    So the best is to do your own testing on a brand new seperate IP.
     
  3. survum

    survum Junior Member

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    Yes, very true! Thanks for pointing that out. I will instead make a pinterest for my fashion niche blog and start doing it that way. So the questions above are still valid, I'll just be using a brand new account instead.
     
  4. Borilla

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    1. If you really have one board for one product.
    Your Account will look like spam.(just my suggestion)
    So if you hit a pin limit and they suspend your Account, chances of getting it back could be low to zero.
    You really need to split test the shit out of everything but never do it on your main account.

    2.That were healzer settings:
    The 5-Step-Method

    1. Daily: Pin 20-30 unique images (25% will include website URL ; another 25% will be watermarked with website URL)
    2. Daily: Re-pin 20-30 images. (edit the description: if it promotes another website delete the url, keep this one clean)
    3. Daily: Comment on 20-30 pins
    4. Daily: Like 20-30 pins
    5. Daily: Follow 30-100 users

    You could try it with that, they should be safe if you are using an delay.
    (I am not saying they are the best but safe.If you want more results you need to push the limits but that means you have to take risks.
    And limitations always just depend on Accounts, there are no general limitations)
     
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