[DISCUSSION] Pinterest Proxy Providers


#1

Over the last 1 year I was 100% into scalling marketing funnels with the help of instagram automation for my customers.

Since 3 of my best paying customers are fashion brands I thought that I should also become experienced with Pinterest marketing.

Over the last couple of months I am getting consistent results from 3 of the Pinterest accounts that I run (from my office IP). That’s why I decided to start scalling the things a little bit.

What proxy providers for Pinterest do you guys recommend? I would rather not start testing before I get with the right one this time😅

Drop your opinion👇


#2

Pinterest are not very picky when we talk about proxies. You can go with ipv4 datacenter ones and you shouldn’t notice any issues.


#3

hi bro as cacats has mentioned ipv4 datacenter would work for you tho Pinterest is not that strict !

best to worst:

  1. Mobile
  2. Residential
  3. Static Dedicated
  4. Shared
  5. Public

#4

Thanks for sharing your thoughts guys!

Some insights from my Pinterest automation experience so far to keep in mind:

I am running 4 accounts (1 Main and 3 Child) for a customer.
The main with the first child are running for my office IP and the other 2 from a DataCenter IP.
So far 0 errors occured :smiley:

I would like your opinion about smthin @alossra @cacats
Do you guys think that it’s better to repost an image-link to a child account or just re-pin it from the Main account?

Which method has worked the best for you?


#5

Hey glad to hear someone else is starting on Pinterest too!
I just started reading about it last week and they aren’t as strict as IG, so any IPv4 DC proxy would work like others have menioned :wink:

From what I have read, linking the same website on several posts is not recommended. I actually got 1 account banned last week, but I don’t know if it was the link or the automation lol

Btw, what type of mother-child method is the most commonly used on pinterest though? I have seen a couple of different options and would love to hear your experiences too :slight_smile:


#6

i would suggest residential IPs with differents subnet for each ip and no more than 3 per ip!!
Good luck


#8

Hey man, what results arw you seeing with this? How much traffic you get from the account and how often do you post pins leading to the website?


#9

I am using shared proxies jo problem :slight_smile: