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Would this work to get to top of pinterest main or popular niche page

Discussion in 'Pinterest' started by Iconoclast, Mar 2, 2015.

  1. Iconoclast

    Iconoclast Power Member

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    Suppose

    I get rdsl and make lots of accounts then repin my pin a few 100 times by making 100s of accounts
    I hire someone for it

    What I want to ask is whether this will take my pin to the top in its category

    My pin will be about something helpful, it won't be about affiliate marketing stuff etc, more like to increase traffic to a high cpc adsense site



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  2. cyrusdavirus

    cyrusdavirus Power Member

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    Plenty of IMers have been doing this. The goal is to survive account bans by making your profiles look as legit as possible so that you don't get reported.
     
  3. Iconoclast

    Iconoclast Power Member

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    well, if it is done manually then how can it be reported?

    I mean if I only want to drive traffic to my site
    No affiliate stuff?!?!
     
  4. Paper-Boy

    Paper-Boy Elite Member

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    Well, the pinterest algo may think your a spammer since the majority of your accounts are re-pinning the same pins.

    So it's not just users who can decide whether or not you get to keep your account. :p
     
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  5. cpa-marketing

    cpa-marketing Regular Member

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    Brace yourself, a big BAN is coming...

    You need to randomly repin that pin on less than 40% of the accounts...for example, first pin to be repinned by accounts: a, d , f ,y, z
    2nd pin by: b,d,m,t,r

    you get the picture...randomize and they wont detect it.
     
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  6. Iconoclast

    Iconoclast Power Member

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    I just wanted to confirm

    i think that even if each new account randomly repins but atleast repins my main pin
    that means that to pinterest it might look fishy for being the only pin that get repinned by all of the new accounts
    Further the fact that all accounts are new that are pinning it raises another red flag

    Just wanted to know

    Thanks all
     
  7. cpa-marketing

    cpa-marketing Regular Member

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    That's where the bot comes in...you should have a bot that randomly repins other people's pins too ;) that will mix your pins with other people's pins... also dont ever repin a single pin on all accounts...its a big NONO...goodluck :D
     
  8. cnn8193

    cnn8193 Junior Member

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    There is no way to get a high traffic from taking your pin to the popular category by a simple reason - if it is not going to be highlighted in popular section in high hours all your effort will lost. I saw many pins with 865 repins and one like which means there is an artificial inreasement in repins. It simply doesn't work. If you could have 865 repins + 150 likes, possibly your pin will get passed Pinterest filters...

    Ah, this will cost you money and time and doesn't mean it won't get accs banned.
     
  9. uffda

    uffda Regular Member

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    This is correct, having bots repin won't really do much for getting real people to see your stuff. There was/is a giveaway here that will give any accounts latest pin 300 repins via bot accounts, after those 300 instant repins the pins I tested got no more traction than any other pin. I think Pinterest has some interesting algorithms at play to decide who sees what, occasionally you'll see an account with 50 followers and 200 pins have some random pin that "goes viral" with thousands of repins and likes showing up in your homefeed, it could even be a pin you've seen a million times before.
     
  10. cpa-marketing

    cpa-marketing Regular Member

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    Nop. If those 300 "bot" accounts have 1000 follower each and 150 of them repinned a single pin, it will surely get noticed and big chance that it goes to popular.
    Of course, the bot accounts should have followers and not empty for this to work. Your examples are of empty accounts which won't work 100%.
    Cheers
     
  11. uffda

    uffda Regular Member

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    yeah, but they don't. and the free test of a "repin" service here did nothing for the pins I tested it on. Just the fact you repin something doesn't mean all or even any of your followers will ever see it, this is the pinterest algorithm at work.

    Especially if you're buying a quantity of repins, these accounts are especially expendable. I've got 113k Pinterest followers across a handful of accounts and see on a daily basis that Pinterest does strange things with who sees what content. One of my pins that has gone the most "viral" lately was from a user who randomly repinned my pin into an unrelated board topic with 1 other unrelated pin it and it got 800 some odd repins from this and is driving 200-300 views to my site every day.. how? good question.
     
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  12. paymentshelp

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    They will also check the age of the new accounts...
     
  13. cnn8193

    cnn8193 Junior Member

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    I don't think so, otherwise I would follow only people with >1 year pins in history and get the relationship with them instead of talking with newbies.
    There is another metric possibly in use, but I can's say it for sure.
     
  14. yorktownfashion

    yorktownfashion Regular Member

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    I think you need to hire someone whose accounts are aged accounts to repin your pin 1000 times.Then it might rank to popular page.
     
  15. survum

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    You need to make a custom bot for this, not sure if there is anything already out there that would do this for you to the level you require.