Autoposting to Pinterest clones for Adult audienceAutoposting to Pinterest clones for Adult audience
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Package includes autoposting APIs for SNAP WordPress Plugin for some most popular adult sites.
PinMeScript Based Sites (Both V1 and V2 are supported)
+ many more …
WP (pinclone) Based
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Order it – $249/year
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Here is a testimonial that we recently got from one of our clients.
First of all thanks again for the really great plugin. I just made some calculations for myself and then I thought it will be good to share them with you. Fell free to publish it as testimonial on your site if you like.
1. Before SNAP.
I had 3 sites. I was publishing a new post on each site and then I was going to 27 different adult sites to share my new post there. I worked as fast as I can, yet It took me around 1.5 hours for each site so I spent 4-5 hours per day on my 3 sites. I earned $50-$65 per month from each site so my total was $150-$200.
2. With SNAP.
Right now I have 40 sites. I spent the same 4 hours per day making new posts on them. SNAP autoposts them to 18 different adult sites without my involvement. Each site makes about $20-$30 per month. My total is just passed a whooping $1000 per month.
So if anyone will be wondering that your adult autoposter worth $250 per year, you can show them my calculations. The answer is yes, it worth much more.
Stephen Joyce, Jr.
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