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A few YouTube questions...

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by BlackDragonGuy, Sep 2, 2013.

  1. BlackDragonGuy

    BlackDragonGuy Registered Member

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    So last night I bought 30 non PVA accounts, because I want to start on YouTube CPA. My next battle is to get proxies so they wont be banned. I have heard you can use 3 accounts per IP. So does that mean I can use my main computer and my 2 laptops for 3 each? And does that mean the same on Proxies, like can I use 3 accounts per proxy? Thank you!
     
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    Zuuuu Regular Member

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    I heard that if you use the same account with same ip, account will not be banned
     
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    Panther28 Elite Member

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    i heard that you should test that theory yourself, and until then you should stick to 1 account == 1 proxy
     
  4. BlackDragonGuy

    BlackDragonGuy Registered Member

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    I won't be able to use the same IP, but they were all from a unique IP. So I'm guessing proxy is the way to go.
     
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    thetraveller Senior Member

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    If you change proxies too often then quality of account decreases, it can also receive sms verification/ban.
     
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    Mistajack19 Regular Member

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    Yeah there's not a good way to really do it... I'd recommend just purchasing the service you need from a vendor