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Re: Question For Jon - Failed Processes
« on: January 09, 2017, 02:09:55 PM »
Hi Jon

Quick question regarding failed pins / follows / processes....I opt to receive all the emails relating to failed actions you kindly added to SM2 recently....if for example you get 20 failed pins / follows on an account daily, is that 20 pins "lost" from the daily targets you set for pinning....or are they replaced because they did not complete the process?.

I ask this question as even when I flex an account to near maximum operational hours, they do not ever reach my pin targets.

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Kevin

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Re: Re: Question For Jon - Failed Processes
« Reply #1 on: January 10, 2017, 06:49:31 AM »
They're "lost" -- maybe. Sometimes Pinterest simply doesn't respond with anything (or the proxy hiccups etc) and the pin gets pinned or the follow happens but it's not recorded because of that. To prevent pinning/following OVER the limit, the software plays it safe and assumes it went through anyway and doesn't try again.

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Re: Re: Question For Jon - Failed Processes
« Reply #2 on: January 10, 2017, 04:39:32 PM »
They're "lost" -- maybe. Sometimes Pinterest simply doesn't respond with anything (or the proxy hiccups etc) and the pin gets pinned or the follow happens but it's not recorded because of that. To prevent pinning/following OVER the limit, the software plays it safe and assumes it went through anyway and doesn't try again.

Jon

Thanks Jon....much appreciated