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Anyone Crack Youtube Or What?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by bobbylove321, Mar 3, 2009.

  1. bobbylove321

    bobbylove321 BANNED BANNED

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    Did anyone find out what's up with youtube and their views?

    (Yes, I know there's threads on this already, but this is different.)

    I've been testing a few things out such as:

    1)Increasing a new youtube account's channel views to over 1,000 before I start increasing it's views, etc. (didn't work)

    2)Increase the views by 1k and then add like 100 ratings to see if the ball gets rolling (didn't work)

    3)Now I'm trying to see if I upload a video, and not touch it for 6 hours, then go back to it, would it make a difference?

    I'm thinking that Youtube put a "time-limit" on their videos, so this means that if they get "odd" amounts of views/ratings/comments,etc in a certain time frame, then the views get frozen.

    Anyone trying any tests out, or find anything out?

    A lot of people say "Oh the staff of youtube is not there because of the weekend, etc," but this makes no sense because youtube is a MULTI-BILLION dollar business with over 75 Million users/visitors, so they shouldn't be "off" from work if there's something BIG wrong.
     
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  2. STBNetwork

    STBNetwork Junior Member

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    i can upload a video and my manual views arent moving.
     
  3. worldguy

    worldguy BANNED BANNED

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    you know wht bobbylove you are right. Youtube has it coded where if the viewer stay for a sec or if all of the viewers stay for the same amount of time, for example if a video is 3mins and they see 20,000 hits all for exactly for 7 secs then those views wont count.
     
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    that's like the cardinal rule of automation: you've got to make it look real or you will get bounced.
     
  5. partypills

    partypills Registered Member

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    i dont think its that complex they just figured out how to find fake traffic/views probably:( all the popular videos i know of still get decent fast views.
     
  6. shudogg

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    hmm... if that is the case then there needs to be an app to do random delays between views of like between 2 and 10 seconds or something.

    no real way of testing it unless you are a programmer.. you can do 200 views per ip, so playing the video for 10 seconds.. then playing it for 3, ect.. would still count even if you did all without a delay.. so you would need proxies, and the delay.. hence a programmer would hve to do it