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Changed ip address but still getting videos removed? Here's a tip that help.

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by martinmerl, Mar 2, 2012.

  1. martinmerl

    martinmerl BANNED BANNED

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    so you have your niches, unique videos and change IP address but still get videos removed by YouTube.

    Here's one way i find that helps:

    so you have 10 niches with a landing page or download link and you want to upload x amount of videos per niche.

    Use a different link shortener for each link in each video per niche a day,
    say you have 6 link shorteners you want to use you upload 6 videos per niche a day all with different links in them = 60 videos a day, no one knows how YouTube monitor their videos but if you upload 60 videos from the same niche with all the same links in a day i guarantee most will be taken down.

    hope this helps your videos stay put longer.
     
  2. JimmyTeddyRose

    JimmyTeddyRose BANNED BANNED

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    Thanks for this tip..although im a oldschool youtuber i only people in real views..the good old fashion way am sure if i ever decided to cross over this would be useful!
     
  3. Amsterdammer

    Amsterdammer Power Member

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    Erm, I don't see the extra benefit of using different shorteners but that might be just me.

    Let me explain: Google has no way of knowing who created what link. Google gets bombarded with those links from all kinds of shorteners.

    A different link to each clip, yes. But other than that I don't see any reason.

    If I was youtube/google though, I would try and collect a computer footprint just like banks do.
    They can check plugins installed, screen resolution, OS and lots more. Surely they will collect that information, right?
    Once you have that footprint, you can flag the computer and not even bother with the IP used. Manual check to confirm and banned you are.
    But that's just me and you are right: Nobody knows how they check. :)
     
  4. JimmyTeddyRose

    JimmyTeddyRose BANNED BANNED

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    Amsterdammer said it all..valid points there also :13: