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I was wondering if anybody else had this problem. I am trying to post an affiliate link from clickbank to pinterest. My link keeps getting flagged, denied due to spam potential. This has happenned with every one I have tried. Am I doing something wrong or are my clickbank picks just not up to pinterest standards.?
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  • Profile picture of the author SiteNameSales
    Affiliate links from the likes of JVZoo or Clickbank raise red flags for some social media platforms. While I have not had the problem with Pinterest, I certainly have experienced it with Facebook. There are a lot of generalizations about what constitutes spam for some of their automatic flagging systems. There might be more info in their terms and conditions.

    Using a link cloaker like bit.ly might help or, if your heart is set on this, you can always set up a bridge page that can include the pic and your link without having to worry about a ban.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Have you considered that direct linking from social media sites to a sales page may not be the best structure for setting up your offer? I believe that it's better to qualify and "warm" your leads a bit prior to trying to sell something to them. Why not build a niche content website whose pages become your landing pages for cold traffic such as your suggesting? It will allow you to gain site subscribers, as well.


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  • Profile picture of the author Lousiphonsek
    dont use short urls if you are using.
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  • Profile picture of the author Matt Edwards
    Thank you for the info. Appreciated
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    Definitely best to link to a blog post Matt; said blog post offering value, pointing to the affiliate link. Pinners love blogs.Affiliate links? Not quite as much. Plus your blog will virtually never get flagged on the platform, providing you share value thru it persistently.

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  • Profile picture of the author LarbyDgtlGuru
    It's normal that a link blocked from Pinterest. If you want to unblock that you have to contact with pinterest support forum.
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