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Are PVAs & Private Proxies required for mass-uploading?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by BHFr3shY, May 14, 2012.

  1. BHFr3shY

    BHFr3shY Registered Member

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    Hey,

    I'm planning on starting a large-scale youtube project soon and had some questions for anyone who has experience uploading videos on YT.

    If I'm uploading 50 videos per day (10 unique videos x 5 times, which are re-rendered to bypass the YT duplicate content filter), is it necessary for me to use a different IP address (private proxy) per upload? Also, is it worth using PVAs for each account? What are the benefits?

    I'm planning on uploading only 1 video per account.

    Anyways if you have any insight regarding any of this, I would really appreciate it.

    Thanks!
     
  2. OMGWTFISTHIS

    OMGWTFISTHIS Power Member

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    I've used DVDVideoSoft to mass upload videos on MULTIPLE accounts, and none of them have been taken down based on the fact that I didn't use a proxy while uploading.

    I think the only thing you'd need to be worried about is if the Youtube PVA's were REAL, quality PVA's. I've never personally bought any, but when I simply create my own accounts (all of them are niche targetted names), for example - if my niche was gaming, my channel name would be on the lines of "TheEpicGamer", etc.

    To answer your question, and from my personal experience. I've been uploading videos, not specifically for what I know you are using it for, but for RATing in general, I've never been banned based on my IP. Only due to them being poorly created from Auto Account Creators.
     
  3. dheer

    dheer Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Some tips might help you:-
    1. Always use 1 IP per account in case if you are using shared IP's. If you are using private IP's you can login to up to 3-5 accounts and upload and it would be safe.
    2. You can upload up to 2-3 videos per account. The reason is if youtube gives warnings to your account they won't terminate it immediately they will terminate your account only after 2nd warning.
    3. The accounts from which you are uploading must be made with good IP's else your hard work will go in vain. So make sure you make youtube accounts with unique IP each account and if you are doing phone verification it is a ++ than non pva.
    4. Your videos must be unique to each other if youtube found them to be identical they will get canned or even won't get published.
     
  4. vebxperts

    vebxperts Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    IP must be changed after each account.
    PVA is a plus (recommended), non PVA can do the job as well.
    Must clear flash cookies before switching between YT accounts.
     
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    I personally never had issues uploading up to 10 videos per account per day, maintaining 3-4:1 account : proxy ratio. Depending on different factors such as if you use copyrighted content, links in the description and more importantly, where do those links go, etc. your accounts will get banned faster or slower. Unless you do perfectly whitehat promotion, you can be pretty certain that the accounts WILL die at some point. Using those guidelines and ratios pointed above, Im able to make the accounts last 7-10 days on average, enough time to make a very ample profit margin off of them.