Botting YouTube

Nothing of major importance to add, but thank you for a very good read and sharing your knowledge. Some good hints. Assuming one doesn't have the mental bandwidth to put into botting, what would you suggest for a small channel that is just looking to get a boost to capture organic traffic in a niche? GF's channel isn't monetized yet, but she has a solid niche with poor competition. Just looking into ways to boost her up to capture the niche with quality content. Are any of the SSM panels/services worth it? Or would you avoid them due to issues you described with your experience of bots.
 
Nothing of major importance to add, but thank you for a very good read and sharing your knowledge. Some good hints. Assuming one doesn't have the mental bandwidth to put into botting, what would you suggest for a small channel that is just looking to get a boost to capture organic traffic in a niche? GF's channel isn't monetized yet, but she has a solid niche with poor competition. Just looking into ways to boost her up to capture the niche with quality content. Are any of the SSM panels/services worth it? Or would you avoid them due to issues you described with your experience of bots.
Hey dude, thanks for dropping by the thread.

To be honest, I would just keep it organic and grow the channel naturally. There are better methods such as SEO and consistent posting which can really grow a channel, and in the long run these make for the best types of channels.

A lot of organic growth has to do with recognizing the different patterns of the algorithm. And while the algorithm constantly changes and gets updated, if you test enough (by consistent posting) you will start to see small patterns emerge. Then it's about building out your strategy to cater to these patterns.

You said, "solid niche with poor competition", and that is definitely a recipe for success if you can make the most of it.

And doing something like getting SMM views wouldn't be something that I would recommend unless you are certain that the SMM panel/provider provides quality work.

How are you going about the process? Do you have a content strategy built up or are you just uploading with the hope that something would hit and gain traction for the channel?
There is no right or wrong way to go about doing things, just depends on the journey you want to take. One where you follow a roadmap that you build out or one where you find your way by trial and error... and time.

Also quality content rises up to the surface and if you consistently put out good stuff, you will be rewarded by the algorithm.
Keep at it man! Send me a PM if you wish to hear more insight.

Hope this helps!
RLS
 
Hey dude, thanks for dropping by the thread.

To be honest, I would just keep it organic and grow the channel naturally. There are better methods such as SEO and consistent posting which can really grow a channel, and in the long run these make for the best types of channels.

A lot of organic growth has to do with recognizing the different patterns of the algorithm. And while the algorithm constantly changes and gets updated, if you test enough (by consistent posting) you will start to see small patterns emerge. Then it's about building out your strategy to cater to these patterns.

You said, "solid niche with poor competition", and that is definitely a recipe for success if you can make the most of it.

And doing something like getting SMM views wouldn't be something that I would recommend unless you are certain that the SMM panel/provider provides quality work.

How are you going about the process? Do you have a content strategy built up or are you just uploading with the hope that something would hit and gain traction for the channel?
There is no right or wrong way to go about doing things, just depends on the journey you want to take. One where you follow a roadmap that you build out or one where you find your way by trial and error... and time.

Also quality content rises up to the surface and if you consistently put out good stuff, you will be rewarded by the algorithm.
Keep at it man! Send me a PM if you wish to hear more insight.

Hope this helps!
RLS
Thanks for taking the time to reply. Think this account is too new/not enough posts to PM, though I may be able to receive them if you send one my way. Its been a good thread and I can tell we might be similar when we dig in to research something and figure it out. The glimpses to the stuff you mention but can't reveal publically have been very insightful.

I've just been spending an ADHD hyperfocus session of reading up on the blackhat side of things for YT. Finding a panel with quality will take some work. Not sure if it's worth doing as she is not monetized and don't want to mess up a monetization review. That has me hesitant to go blackhat at this stage. I have seen a few posts talking about using google Ads to boost subscribers the legit way and drive more organic traffic. Not sure how much PBNs would help. Going to crosspromote via facebook groups.

I pulled down several youtube courses and we've been watching them. I'm thinking of launching my own channel for a "finance" niche so its been educational. For her Niche it is a series content based. One subject and can't really hit trendy things with it. It is renewable in every week you can make a new videos in an easy systematic way. She wants to expand to a similar niche subject eventually. Right now we are sorting out and improving on the basics. Sound, Video Framing, Thumbnails, etc. Been reading up on good SEO, tags, even saw some stuff about packing the metadata of the videofile. Channel is only 3-4 months old so has a low authority. Just polishing the basics and consistency.

I entirely agree with her conclusion of being an untapped niche and only 2-3 of the competitors even have proper "sets" with good lighting setups and sound gear. Some of them are pretty bad and still get decent views. Vid length is 12-18min, some competitors run 30-40 which to my understanding would increase their average watch time and boost them higher. It is also a niche we can open a shopify store on and dropship related items or print on demand merch. Good possibilities. Competitors do about 50k views a video. The niche itself may have a ceiling to it in terms of interest. Though none of them are also doing the second niche she is interested in. Haven't researched that niche's average views and competition yet. Overall she has a good idea, can provide good content, and is in an unsaturated niche with poor competition. Also not a niche just anyone can sit down and start as it takes real learned skills. So I'm just supporting her and saying go for it.


Could you drop some insights into what SEO you would suggest? Not looking to be spoonfed, just figuring out the right places to put my research effort into and what is the highest value to implement.
 
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Thanks for taking the time to reply. Think this account is too new/not enough posts to PM, though I may be able to receive them if you send one my way. Its been a good thread and I can tell we might be similar when we dig in to research something and figure it out. The glimpses to the stuff you mention but can't reveal publically have been very insightful.

I've just been spending an ADHD hyperfocus session of reading up on the blackhat side of things for YT. Finding a panel with quality will take some work. Not sure if it's worth doing as she is not monetized and don't want to mess up a monetization review. That has me hesitant to go blackhat at this stage. I have seen a few posts talking about using google Ads to boost subscribers the legit way and drive more organic traffic. Not sure how much PBNs would help. Going to crosspromote via facebook groups.

I pulled down several youtube courses and we've been watching them. I'm thinking of launching my own channel for a "finance" niche so its been educational. For her Niche it is a series content based. One subject and can't really hit trendy things with it. It is renewable in every week you can make a new videos in an easy systematic way. She wants to expand to a similar niche subject eventually. Right now we are sorting out and improving on the basics. Sound, Video Framing, Thumbnails, etc. Been reading up on good SEO, tags, even saw some stuff about packing the metadata of the videofile. Channel is only 3-4 months old so has a low authority. Just polishing the basics and consistency.

I entirely agree with her conclusion of being an untapped niche and only 2-3 of the competitors even have proper "sets" with good lighting setups and sound gear. Some of them are pretty bad and still get decent views. Vid length is 12-18min, some competitors run 30-40 which to my understanding would increase their average watch time and boost them higher. It is also a niche we can open a shopify store on and dropship related items or print on demand merch. Good possibilities. Competitors do about 50k views a video. The niche itself may have a ceiling to it in terms of interest. Though none of them are also doing the second niche she is interested in. Haven't researched that niche's average views and competition yet. Overall she has a good idea, can provide good content, and is in an unsaturated niche with poor competition. Also not a niche just anyone can sit down and start as it takes real learned skills. So I'm just supporting her and saying go for it.


Could you drop some insights into what SEO you would suggest? Not looking to be spoonfed, just figuring out the right places to put my research effort into and what is the highest value to implement.
It sounds like you've done your research and that's great!

Yes, with what you've mentioned it sounds best if you guys just focus on growing the channel organically. Doing things like Google Ads works, but not a necessary expense.

If competition can pull those types of daily views, then there is definitely potential there to grow. I would suggest to look at what the other channels are doing and basically copy it but make it better.

Do you use stuff like vidIQ? Things like that are better investments than running Google Ads, imo.

For SEO, you want to just have good tags, a nice juicy Title and good description with links to your other content.

I'll also drop you a PM with a couple other tips.
 
i didnt lose access or got banned. i asked for the account to be deleted. thankyou for the heads up!
I just wanna say thanks whoever you're behind the screen. I'm doing it, you know what I mean, just let it be like that. finally found the one behind that things.

just leave it as it is, cause I can't seem to message you. but thanks anyway. enjoy *whatever drink* you have, mine is coffee.
 
I just wanna say thanks whoever you're behind the screen. I'm doing it, you know what I mean, just let it be like that. finally found the one behind that things.

just leave it as it is, cause I can't seem to message you. but thanks anyway. enjoy *whatever drink* you have, mine is coffee.
no worries, im glad its working well for you! and im drinking the good h20!
 
It sounds like you've done your research and that's great!

Yes, with what you've mentioned it sounds best if you guys just focus on growing the channel organically. Doing things like Google Ads works, but not a necessary expense.

If competition can pull those types of daily views, then there is definitely potential there to grow. I would suggest to look at what the other channels are doing and basically copy it but make it better.

Do you use stuff like vidIQ? Things like that are better investments than running Google Ads, imo.

For SEO, you want to just have good tags, a nice juicy Title and good description with links to your other content.

I'll also drop you a PM with a couple other tips.
Hi @R.L.Stein , how can I join you ?

I can't send message on my side, can you message me please ?

Many thanks !
 
Hi @R.L.Stein , how can I join you ?

I can't send message on my side, can you message me please ?

Many thanks !
Unfortunately, I cannot start a PM conversation with you since I get this error prompt: "This member limits who may view their full profile."

So, you may need to be the one that initiates the conversation.
 
no worries, im glad its working well for you! and im drinking the good h20!
I just don't have the *automation*, manual all the way. have a nice day, enjoy the h2O, ha!
 
"I just pretend sit and relax enjoying my coffee in the corner while waiting OP update the thread and maybe give us some *the next phase of the unfolding* for general user here (not the advanced unfold)."
 
Hey man! I was going to PM you. I’ve got so many questions . I don’t know how though, do you have to initiate the PM?
 
Unfortunately, I cannot start a PM conversation with you since I get this error prompt: "This member limits who may view their full profile."

So, you may need to be the one that initiates the conversation.
Hi !

I just changed my privacy settings, now it seems to be working, can you try again please ?

On my side, I can't send message to members, don't know why
 
Thank you for that great amount of information
I also tried many bots but now they don't work
There is a site that sells scripts installed on a server, and it is an unknown site. They also sell various robots for years. I contacted them, but I hesitated to buy it because there are no guarantees or experience, and even Paypal does not exist. If I want to send it to you, I don't think you know it.
Sound great can u send me pls
 
Hi there

Thank you for your time writing all these, I have been trying whitehat and blackhat. The blackhat was just a bit of trying because I was worried to get bannd.
Researching which services are reliable took time more than I create a video, which is sad! the worse thing is even checking their traffic scores, geo and all that, still
hard to know whether they are bots services or not lol
Had one video got removed some views and now I'm concerned to use those service.
Can PM you ask for some more knowledge, please?

Oh...nvm I just found out about this amazing forum and I don't have 15 posts yet, so can't send any P.M lol
I guess I just have to make a new post to asking questions :)

Best Regards
 
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How many
this was an amazing thread. I would love to add some information.
engagement is the biggest factor for ranking and getting suggested and recommended on youtube. if you have a farm of youtube accounts that are subbed to your channel, which then you can use to engage on your videos, they will rank and get suggested, simple as that.
I posted a method here a while ago on my previous bhw account, which i logged into accounts manually using my phones 4g connection, to engage with my video. doing that alone, allowed me to rank for high comp keywords.
I would love to discuss with you more!
How many YT accounts did you use to rank? Did you have to spoof your mobile fingerprint or did you use multiple mobile devices?
 
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