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Are proxies required for YouTube?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by ContentCreation, May 11, 2011.

  1. ContentCreation

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    I don't have the money to automate the uploading process, so il be doing the work manually, uploading 2 videos per account per day. I was just wondering if i would have to use proxies for each account??

    Will all the accounts get banned if i just use my home IP to upload to each account?

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  2. Dan2009

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    Depends how many accounts you plan to use on that 1 IP. It is best to use different IPs though. However, if you are just using a few account accounts and not uploading loads of videos in a short time, I think you will be fine
     
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    Cool, thanks! I am only planning on using about 5 accounts for now, but later on il be expanding it to hundreds.

    Another question: Lets say when im using hundreds of accounts, how will i rotate the IP's? Will i have to manually change the proxy settings everytime i want to upload?
     
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    You will be best off buying a bot if you are going to be using hundreds of accounts. Doing it all manually would be a nightmare. There is a firefox plugin that will switch proxies fast for you, I forgot its name though sorry :( if you do a google you might find it
     
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    Will search for it now. Thanks a lot for your help bro!
     
  6. Dan2009

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    No problem, remember its safer if you clear your cookies/flash cookies/cache/history etc when switching accounts, CCleaner is a good free program that will do this (if you plan to go the manual route) Else most good bots will do this automatically for you
     
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