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Avoiding Automatic Spam Flag on comments?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by sWesUn, Feb 13, 2011.

  1. sWesUn

    sWesUn Regular Member

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    HOw can you avoid it? How does youtube flag your comments automatically as spam?

    Seems very random to me. What's even more weird is that a lot of legitimate comments by regular users get flagged too.

    But today was just bad. I posted 20 comments, and about 12 of them were automatically flagged as spam, when I checked on them. This was done on a new account. Comments were not repetitive. Most of the comments were flagged under very popular videos, and a few on not so popular.

    Can anybody outline some things that trigger this?
     
  2. phatzilla

    phatzilla Supreme Member

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    Content.

    Post something like

    bfdbsdfgufd9ugrutewrue09rtiue9-t849859345uerofjdpofjdg

    And you'll see it doesnt end up as spam
     
  3. F0l2saken

    F0l2saken BANNED BANNED

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    Personally I've found which is obvious the more comments you send per account the later ones have a more chance of getting flagged.

    With 1000 accounts, almost all of them using spintax with a spin that has over 70,000 possible combinations, comments 1 - 3 had a 90% success rate, 4 - 5 had about a 75% success rate, and then it drops through the floor after 5. These are sent 10 - 15 minutes apart too.

    I've just been sending 5 comments per account now because of this, I think youtube assumes the average user types .00025 words per minute and can only manage 1 comment every 24 hours or something.
     
  4. antsaoo

    antsaoo Supreme Member

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    Or maybe average user just don't go and comment 100 videos every day :) i have no doubt there are people in YT who do that but on average very doubtfull
     
  5. phatzilla

    phatzilla Supreme Member

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    Still doesnt explain why if you type complete gibberish you'll never be marked as spam
     
  6. phatzilla

    phatzilla Supreme Member

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    I think an explanation could be that after the same account posts more and more comments, their anti spam system demands higher and higher % uniqueness per comment posted.
     
  7. F0l2saken

    F0l2saken BANNED BANNED

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    I commented 2347 videos today and 0 accounts got caught, I can show you the log file if necessary
     
  8. F0l2saken

    F0l2saken BANNED BANNED

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    I shouldn't even tell you this method because the more people that do it, the sooner it won't work

    Spend some money, get a ton of accounts, at least if you comment use a program that is multi threaded and do say 50 threads, 2 comments each account, 15 minutes apart. It'll send 2 comments per thread in 30 minutes, then it'll go to the next account.

    Setup 500 accounts like this, and you can leave it sit AND you don't have to pay decaptcher because if you think about it, 500 / 50 is 10 passes, 10/2 = 5 so that means each account sends 2 comments per 5 hours.

    The only setback to this is, if youtube somehow finds all your accounts because your commen t didn't have enough spins on it, they'll all get shut down at once
     
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  9. thegladiator

    thegladiator Regular Member

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    I guess they have a set of words stored in their system. Whenever someone uses any of the word in his/her comment, the comment gets flagged.

    This can be one of the reason why the gibberish spam post is not flagged.

    YT may have other criteria to flag a comment, but as per the scenario, this can be the rason.

    As on warriorforum if blackhat is typed it get converted into bluefart. Though I don't like this conversion but it is just an example.
    Something of the similar kind may be with YT system.

    So you get my point...right

    HIDAYAKUMULLAH
     
  10. sWesUn

    sWesUn Regular Member

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    I've been experimenting with bypassing the yotube spammer filters, and have had mixed results with some tricks.

    It does seem that some accounts just get flagged much sooner than others, and sometimes the spam filter is completely out of fucking control, and nothing you can do about it.

    The best way to bypass still is to create original content obvioiusly. that's what I have been doing for the past week, just trying to create about 50 comments for every video that I promote, and make them all original.

    If someone comes up with some sort of formula or ultra trick, please let us know.
     
  11. keokio

    keokio Registered Member

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    just wondering how many accounts do u comment with before changing ip's?
     
  12. DigitalGangster

    DigitalGangster Regular Member

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    what kind of blocks are your ips on, u do know they can check all accounts within certain ip blocks range.
    Also when a lot of comments come from a certain ip range like if all ips from one block are doing suspicious activity then you get the captcha.

    I know this cause i tried runnin a freshly new account on a good ip(never used for spamming) and i was able to post 10 comments within 25 minutes, not 15 minutes apart.I was spacing them like 1-3 minutes per comment.
     
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  13. EmpireQuality

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    are you using multiple accounts? you should be

    it might also depend on the videos that you are commenting on. some videos probably have this spam blocker already set up because they receive such a high volume of spams
     
  14. socialmediaking

    socialmediaking Regular Member

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    what about when using youtube toolbox's suggested limits?