• http://10awesome.com/ Scott

    I actually didn’t know about this spamming thing, as I’m just starting out with Pinterest. But it seems like spammers could get A LOT of money by doing their job on Pinterest. I’m glad admins solved the problem. Or at least they’re trying to.

  • http://twitter.com/oozn Onur Özcan

    I own 
    http://pinterest.com/promocodes , I will share printable coupons and promo codes here and sometimes I will add my aff links too.. not sure it will be counted as “spam” too, if adding aff links means “spamming”

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Aiden-Moor/100001939456401 Aiden Moor

    The post is very informative and as I used Pinterest it is a very nice fast growing social networking site. Mostly women are  much active at it. It is very helpful to promote a brand. So I also like to surf this site to promote my brands. As I read this I conclude that it is really fighting for spam and I am very glad to know about it.

  • Adnan Siddiqi

    I just visited the pinboard of Nauman-20, it seems Pinterest has changing URL now, removing the tag of Affiliate ID. You can check it yourself.

  • Patrice Walker

    It’s too bad the $1,000 a day spammer ruined it for people who weren’t using auto bots to spam the site. I used to edit the Pinterest photo url to include my Amazon affiliate ID but did it sparingly, for example, when I added a book to my “Books I’m Looking Forward to Reading” board. Perhaps, if Pinterest allowed the use of Affiliate codes with, for example, limits placed on how many such pins can be posted within a given time frame, people could still make a little money without getting greedy about it.

  • Jonathan Turner

    If anyone wants to try a fully automated pinterest amazon bot, try this one: http://bit.ly/GZiZyM

  • Curt Johnson

    basically, they’re stripping out the Amazon affiliate link part, but not adding their own as they were doing before.  seems that Amazon is the hot one for everyone to link but don’t be surprised when you see e-bay popping up fast and hard and others.  those spammers that overdo it always find another angle.

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