Yes, an option for varying amounts of pins does sound like an excellent update to the software. Having the same number of pins everyday just screams automation to a reviewer, I would think.
I lost one of my two accounts a couple of days ago myself, and I think the content of my website is quite good. The only monetization is adsense.
As far as suspensions,
- is it best to ask Pinterest to re-evaluate the site (and do you take off the monetization before you do?), or is it better to just move on and open another account?
- When opening another account, do you keep the same domain and just change proxy, or do you get another domain as well?
I thought I should clarify something...just because Pinterest bans your account (for "spamming") does not mean that your website is also banned from Pinterest. In fact, this is probably usually NOT the case. Usually the Pinterest account is gone, but you (or anyone) can still post pins for the website. I have checked and this is the case with my accounts.
This means that you just have to create a new Pinterest account and start over with the same website again.
There are a couple other "precautions" to take in this process...
1.) DO NOT reuse the same IP again (at least for a while)...even for a different account.
*NOTE: A lot of proxy providers will let you swap a bad proxy, so this is not a big deal. Just get a new one.
2.) When you create your Pinterest account, DO NOT link your website URL to the account. This would be a sure way for Pinterest to ban the website as well if they ever do ban this account.
3.) Remember to start your pinning out slow again with the new account.