Hello, we should finally put an end to our recent infirmity when it comes to YouTube views and I need your help on this one. The reason why there is no a 100% safe YouTube views provider out there is simpy because their views aren't considered 100% real by YouTube itself. It's either because vendors don't know how to provide the 100% views or it just doesn't pay off for them to sacrifice as much as it is needed for such views (I apologize if there truly is a vendor that does provide views that never drop, if there is than please inform me). So let's make a list of all the YouTube's requirements for a view to be considered real. I will name all the factors I know about and you tell me if they are important for YouTube when recognizing a view as real or not: 1. Duration of the each view: - It should last longer than a certain % of the video (how much?) - Views shouldn't last the exact same duration (unless it's a full view of the clip) 2. IPs must be different 3. The source (fb share, yr search, reload, etc.) of the view shouldn't always be the same 4. Browser versions of each view shouldn't always be the same 5. Particular amount of views must come from logged in YouTube accounts So which of these factors are really in play when it comes to classifying the ''realness' of each view and are there more of them if so then please name them, thank you!