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Advertising on youtube question

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by firepa, Nov 22, 2012.

  1. firepa

    firepa Registered Member

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    Does YouTube ghost account posts?

    I've been spamming youtube with the same account for a week straight, it never showed my content as spam even if I was on a different account or logged off on the same computer, however I went on my iPhone and was on a 3g connection and I checked a video that I have spammed and it was all marked as spam, I found it very strange that they dont show as spam for me but it does for others...
     
  2. YouFeelMeDawg?

    YouFeelMeDawg? BANNED BANNED

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    Lol....
    See to my understanding is that they decided to hide the truth from the users simply because they wanted to save the complaints that they were getting.
    The youtube user is pretty dumb, and before that when youtube showed its users when their comments was marked as spam they would go to the forums and post that and complained for all sort of reasons why their comment was marked as spam.So they limited their views and applied these features on to their accounts, somewhere between 18-24 months ago, to cut down on the number of complaints. Also, it was a good way to deter dumb,lazy spammers.

    Just so you know ghost account posts are just a fancy way of calling them from what they really are, spammed marked comments.

    They both refer to the same thing, because you never see your own comments marked as spam thats pretty much like 100% true .Therefor,you weren't really even spamming, due to the fact that you were probably getting a lot of these so you were probably got a lot of SMC(Spam Marked Comments) that no one saw. Just the fact that they ghosted your whole ip, is self evident given that most people just get their comments marked as spam mostly on account basis,so they can change accounts on the same ip. However,getting your comment marked as spam on IP basis usually suggests that they didnt like literally all or most of your comments and they marked all of your comments as spam from your computer, regardless of logged in or not.
     
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  3. firepa

    firepa Registered Member

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    Yeah, I made a new youtube account, and I'll be checking if my posts are spammed through my iPhone since I can use a 3g connection.

    I also noticed that youtube automatically marks your stuff as spam if the comment is identical, so I've been switching it up, I have been adding the link with a different description, this could actually help marketing since now im giving my opinion of the videos I watched and suggest others to try out my website.

    This whole ghosting thing is messed up though, cause i['ve been using the same message for a week straight and I've been getting traffic from youtube from 5 posts out of the thousand posts i've done.
     
  4. YouFeelMeDawg?

    YouFeelMeDawg? BANNED BANNED

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    Ya dude, did you do your own captchas , or you did you get them solved?

    It wouuld be funny to think so, that you did thousand of posts and filling in captchas and you only got traffic from 5 of them, is a silly noobie mistake but you technically already catching up with the common knowledge on youtube pertaining comments and ratings and you don't really make the same mistakes.

    You need to switch up your comments a lot , or atleast different from each other.
     
  5. firepa

    firepa Registered Member

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    yes, i do my own. Im extremely shocked at my 7-day stupidity course haha, but this is a very good lesson learned indeed, I should of learned that if Craigslist does it, google might too. haha
     
  6. ankee0939

    ankee0939 Junior Member

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    Quick tip, doesn't really matter if you're just switching accounts and not seeing it marked as spam you need to check from a different IP. After you post a comment or whatever go to hidemyass.com and see if it shows up behind a proxy. That's what I do.
     
  7. firepa

    firepa Registered Member

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    I can see if its marked as spam through my iphone like i said in my previous posts, I use the 3g network, dif ip everytime.