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Account suspended after 2weeks....no vids added yet...why?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by mbomb23, Dec 26, 2013.

  1. mbomb23

    mbomb23 Newbie

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    Hi guys, I just noticed that an account I had setup a few weeks back(purchased from fiverr) and uploaded a custom header, but no vids yet was suspended. Also it showed me a message that they detected suspicious activity asking me to verify by phone or text, then suspended youtube as soon as I verified it. Any idea how to get around this issue?
     
  2. Luscious84

    Luscious84 Junior Member

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    I think the one who sold you created many accounts from one IP and now they have detected all the accounts came from the same IP and blocked them... When you order a gig there be sure to buy one that is created with a unique IP adress!

    Good luck
     
  3. Tommy Lawrence

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    On the upside, take this as an important lesson against buying products/services from unscrupulous sellers
     
  4. mbomb23

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    Thanks for the responses. Seems to be about 5 out of 10 of those accounts got whacked.

    I have 15 vids that I want to get up and running. How should I proceed now? Should I put them all on one account or should I have unique accounts for each vid? Was thinking I would create a single authority channel since these are all review vids from the same reviewer, but kinda rethinking that now. How should I set things up?
     
  5. Numbuh362

    Numbuh362 Elite Member

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    It's probably because of the ip changes
     
  6. Tommy Lawrence

    Tommy Lawrence Senior Member

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    Depends on whether your content is legit.If it is 100% legit then feel free to put all your videos on one channel and build your channel authority.
    Otherwise, if your videos contain spam, fake views/likes/comments, deceptive practices, scams and other things that violate YouTube terms of service or community guidelines (read https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/2801973?hl=en), then don't put all your eggs in one basket.
     
  7. kinlee

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    It's best to keep each account under its own IP. Buy private proxies then make your accounts, try not to make a massive amount of yt accounts on one IP right away. Depending on the proxy, you might still have to verify by phone when creating a yt account.
     
  8. mbomb23

    mbomb23 Newbie

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    Never worked with proxies before. Is it easy? What does it cost and would I have to use the proxies to login and upload the vids too or is that just for account creation?

    Could I put all the vids on one account and then also modify them and spread them out? Sorry for all the questions just want to do it right.
     
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    When you login from a different IP (or country IP) then you need to re-verify the account.
    If you buy accounts you should ask for more info like: birthday, security answers, alternative e-mail etc
     
  10. kinlee

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    One private proxy can run you around $1 - $3. Yes, keep the account activity all on the same IP that you made it on. You can put all your videos on one account... I don't know what you're doing though, are your videos going against their TOS? If they are, they will most likely get deleted either by youtube or flaggers.

    Just think of it this way. If you make an account in the United Kingdom, then sign into your account in the US within a few minutes or hours wouldn't it seem kind of weird? It will raise alarms so that's why yt asked you to verify.
     
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    That really worry me... youtube has gone mad :(
     
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    it happens , that is why some people say "quality>quantity"

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  13. mbomb23

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    This account was one of a batch that I bought from fiverr. I wanted to make it look more legit, so I had a custom header create, but hadn't uploaded any vids yet. I had a reviewer create 15 vids and was about to start uploading them when I looked at the account(under my Chrome One Account) and saw that it had an exclamation point beside it in grey(!). When I logged in, it said that it had detected unusual activity from that account and that I needed to verify it by phone or text. I verified by text and then it took me to the suspended account page. So I never added anything to it, just for some reason it was suspended.

    I live in Canada, the supplier is from the US, but I'd logged in there a number of times without issue. Another thing is that I have a number of accounts one that Google One Account including my main email account, a few accounts that I've had for about 5 months(each with a single vid) or so, and another account that I've had for a year with 2 vids on it. I always log into and out of those accounts without changing my ip and also from different cities(gf lives a few hours away and I sometimes login from there too). Never had a problem. Those other accounts seem to be fine, I just notice that a few random accounts that I've never used are suspended. Is this all down to my buying them off fiverr and living in Canada?

    I had a single vid on an individual account deleted back in September, but that's the extent of it. Other vids that I have spread across different accounts(though I log into those from a single IP) are still up.

    I just recently decided to ramp up my video affiliate marketing efforts, then encountered this issue. Hopefully that paints a clearer picture. Do I just need to start using proxies?

    How do you get around this new Google one thing?

    Thanks guys.
     
  14. kinlee

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    I've bought PVA yt accounts from fiverr before and they all eventually got suspended, even after re-verifying. So I started creating my own accounts instead, it might cost more but it beats the hassle of dealing with suspended accounts.

    You can't really get around G one, it's pretty much forced onto you. You can still use a display name of your choice for your youtube account if that's what you're worried about.

    If you're going to try using a proxy make sure you use a private one that hasn't been used to spam. You can find some good providers in the marketplace. If you're using multiple proxies and accounts on one browser get ccleaner and better privacy add-on for firefox (Don't use Chrome)
     
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    try vebexperts.com for gmail accounts $3=10 pva yt accounts.

    there are no great proxies providers (for yt) on marketplace.
    buyproxies is best (for me) why ? http://prab1996.com/private-proxies-review/

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  16. Tommy Lawrence

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    A cheaper and perhaps more easier and convenient method to using proxies is creating several pages using a single Google account. These pages can then be used to create individual YouTube channels for each page, so that when you are logged on to YouTube you can easily switch between the different sub-channels. I think this is a safer approach since you can safely use one IP, and if you commit serious violations, only the YouTube channel associated with that one page will be deleted.
     
  17. kinlee

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    Thanks, but no thanks. I'll stick to what works for me.

    Oh really Mr. shameless plug to my blog, please read my review (that doesn't even work) and sign up through my affiliate link. I'd tell you who provides private proxies that are not used for spamming (can be used to create YT, FB, and probably even CL accounts) but you'd probably find it too unreal.