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Which Pinterest bot do you use?

Discussion in 'Pinterest' started by BeerMe, Feb 25, 2016.

  1. BeerMe

    BeerMe Registered Member

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    I'm seeking advice from people that actually use a Pinterest bot. Which bot do you use? I'd also like to hear some feedback from people that's used more than one bot. Which do you prefer and why?
     
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    I started Autopin.co because I didn't want to have a VPS and take care of proxies and all that.
     
  3. BeerMe

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    I've seen Autopin, but I haven't used it. What do you think of the service?
     
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    I'm using Followliker for Pinterest. It's good for building your accounts. I am thinking of trying other bots though, as FL can't post to group boards.
     
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    I am using FollowLiker and Pinbot 2.0 for Pinterest marketing.
    I was advertising my site for a long time and I got good results after using these bots.
     
  6. BeerMe

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    I'm transitioning to bots and iMacros for social media. I'm trying to get opinions on what to use. I'm thinking about giving the free Pinbot software a try. I'm also interested in the Autopin site.
     
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    I recently did some tests. Followerlike and Massplaner were really bad. As opposed to a follow-back ratio of 20 Percent on manual following, rates dropped to 2-5 percent with bots. Considering that manual following only takes 10min a day well...guess if you really want to scale it big, it makes sense.
    As to why there is a difference - I got no clue whatsoever. I did exactly the same >.<
     
  8. BeerMe

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    The main thing I'm looking for is the ability to unfollow those who don't follow me back. I haven't found a quick method to do this manually.
     
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    I am also using Follow Liker for Pinterest to basically just follow and unfollow accounts.
     
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    Mass Planner definitely BEST!
     
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    Followliker can do that. It has the option to not unfollow followers, and has the option to blacklist unfollowed users.
     
  12. BeerMe

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    I just checked it out and I'm going to give it a try. Does it have good filters to select the best accounts to follow? I see that this software covers quite a few social networks. It seems like quite a bit for such a small price every month.
     
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    I've signed up for Autopin.co. The UI is good and I've setup my pinterest account yesterday and let the bot run on 'fast' speed. It has been 14 hours since the bot is running and I still find the bot actions slow - maybe cz I'm configured too many actions.
    The pinterest a/c has gained quite a few likes but the followers count hasn't increased much - only 4 as of now. Maybe I will put same fake followers first and then it might increase.
    Also, I haven't configured a website url in my profile, so I believe that could also be the reason for less followers.
    I'll keep you updated.

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    Also there is this s/w called Pinblaster - which was mentioned in one of the IM journey. Has anyone tried it yet? Its less expensive than the Pinbot2.0
     
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    Was your pinterest profile configured properly(profile bio & url) before you allowed your pinterest a/c to run on a bot. Cz I think a lot of people on pinterest are already aware of the fact that there are lot of bot accs running and if one has a legitimate looking profile running on top of a bot, chances are that the follow back ratio would increase.
     
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    In short, I'm using Pin bot 2.0 for Pinterest.
    It works reliably and comfortably for me to advertise on Pinterest easily.
     
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    Lol! I just looked at auto pin...the owner just bought an unlimited Folowliker or mass planner account for $100. Adds hundreds of you noobs and makes a huge profit haha.

    First off you don't need a VPS...all you need is 5 proxies that costs you $5 a month and you can manage 25 accounts...do some research haha
     
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    I used iMarcro and it works for both Like and Comment auto posting.

    But be careful, pinterest will found that we use bot and block your account :(
     
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