Ninjapinner vs tailwind

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Ninjapinner vs tailwind which will you prefer in terms of pinterest automation
.if you have another better software in mind please let me know too
 

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Tailwind all the way. The subscription model sometimes seems overly complicated, but other than that it's insanely powerful.
 

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Tailwind is good but so expensive : $119.88/yr per social profile.
NinjaPinner 1-year license with unlimited Pinterest accounts : 99$

But Jarvee Massplanner Followliker is good too. Try all and decide .
 

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one is comp the other server. i own ninja pinner the guy is super nice no bs. if you have issues he takes care of it. one of my pinterest has been upgraded to import pins. pinterest added importing. i think its beta i need to test it
 

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Love Tailwind and it's made my life so much easier. Signed up for the higher priced one with unlimited tribes and scheduling. Haven't used Ninjapinner but I'm guessing it'll still be decent.
 

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Tailwind is far better! - Clean user experience, simple when it comes to scheduling and plenty of unique features like tribes.

I really enjoy the follow/unfollow feature on Ninja Pinner. But, thats about it. Although, the fact that you can buy a lifetime license at a cheap price gets a huge thumbs up from me. Great for beginners and simple automation.
 

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one is comp the other server. i own ninja pinner the guy is super nice no bs. if you have issues he takes care of it. one of my pinterest has been upgraded to import pins. pinterest added importing. i think its beta i need to test it

for real the dude is super nice. ive had some great chats with him over the years. tailwind is better for a set it and forget it type of automation but ninjapinner has been super reliable for me... just requires you to know what youre doing and obviously takes some manual, consistent intervention to keep chugging along.
 

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I have tried Tailwind and wouldn't recommend it.

The main reason that it is not really developed for mass pinning. What I mean by that is that you still have to set up each pin manually. You can't upload a CSV with all pin data. So instead of going to Pinterest, upload an image, copy/paste the title, copy/paste the description and copy/paste the url, you go to Tailwind, upload an image, copy/paste the title, copy/paste the description and copy/paste the url for EVERY SINGLE PIN.

:D What a fckn bullshit.

The only advantage is the scheduling option but jesus christ that is not worth it.

Of course, the benefit is that Pinterest officially supports Tailwind and your account won't get banned as easily as if you were using "blackhat" or unsupported software.

To be fair I also haven't tested the extensive features, mainly the community or "tribe" thing which everybody is cheering about.

But having to sit in front of the screen and manually creating your pins or paying someone to do it... no way...

I will try Ninja Pinner and will be back with feedback.
 

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I have tried Tailwind and wouldn't recommend it.

The main reason that it is not really developed for mass pinning. What I mean by that is that you still have to set up each pin manually. You can't upload a CSV with all pin data. So instead of going to Pinterest, upload an image, copy/paste the title, copy/paste the description and copy/paste the url, you go to Tailwind, upload an image, copy/paste the title, copy/paste the description and copy/paste the url for EVERY SINGLE PIN.

:D What a fckn bullshit.

The only advantage is the scheduling option but jesus christ that is not worth it.

Of course, the benefit is that Pinterest officially supports Tailwind and your account won't get banned as easily as if you were using "blackhat" or unsupported software.

To be fair I also haven't tested the extensive features, mainly the community or "tribe" thing which everybody is cheering about.

But having to sit in front of the screen and manually creating your pins or paying someone to do it... no way...

I will try Ninja Pinner and will be back with feedback.

How is about ninjapinner based on your experience
 
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From what i have heard from people
Tail wind is better
 
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