0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.
I have not tested it yet, but if you have SM2 set at 75 pins in 24 hours and change it to 9:00 to 5:00, will it post 75 pins during those hours?
Quote from: Stevej on January 09, 2017, 07:25:30 AMI have not tested it yet, but if you have SM2 set at 75 pins in 24 hours and change it to 9:00 to 5:00, will it post 75 pins during those hours?No, I don't think so, it i based on 24 hourz.
Would love to be able to add VALUE, ie non-repins to the accounts, I bet that will add longevity significantly, if SM2 can alternate between posting some of our images and some repins, mixing things up.
Just lost an account after 3 weeks which PT will not reactivate.- Pinning ~150/day- Pinning duration : 15-20hrs/day- 100% URL1st Msg from PT :"We wanted to let you know we suspended your Pinterest account because of some activity that goes against our spam policies.On Pinterest, spam includes saving lots of unwanted or repetitive stuff, trying to game our systems, or posting fraudulent, deceptive or unsolicited commercial messages. We block spam like this because it creates a bad experience for other people on Pinterest.If you think we made a mistake, please let us know within the next 7 days."2nd Msg "We decided not to reactivate your account because most of your Pins go against our spam policy. You won't be able to access your Pins or messages, or sign up for a new account."I think the issue is "saving lots of unwanted or repetitive stuff, trying to game our systems"I'll reduce the # of hours, and URL % going forward, but i think will be great if Jon can consider the following 2 feature which I believe will be needed in the long run with PT admin tightening on the review.1. Vary the # of pins between days, e.g Min/Max # of pins per Day2. Vary the time interval between pins, e.g Min/Max # of mins between pinsFor that matter, we could probably just implement #2 and if the Min/Max range is wide enough, #1 is automatically taken care of and wouldn't be an issue.Of course, safeguards such as, e.g pins to be at least, e.g 3 mins apart and stopping after reaching target/day, etc are probably already in placed.I'm monitoring traffic stats to see if the website has been blocked by PT.
I believe that is your problem. The account should be pinning less per domain and pinning to more urls and to more domains. -brokenthumbs-
I doubt banning is related to the targetedness of the URL in this case, but will adapt and monitor. Not everyone will be as rigorous to link to a specific LP, let alone even having a LP that's exactly related. The site has no ads and is related to the niche.For the account, if I'm the admin, what's most glaring imo would be 1. the long hour pinning, which I will reduce, (but seemed fine for Jon's accounts), and 2. the fixed pinning intervals.Randomized pinning may be software, but having 500 pins all pinned exactly 7mins apart is a dead giveaway if reviewed. In fact, Pinterest could detect this with algorithm without a human admin.So, it could be URL, irrelevant pics, etc, but imo, these 2 factors are the most glaring for this case, which i have some ideas to overcome for the newer accounts.