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Different Types of Videos and getting flagged

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by blackhatsami, Nov 18, 2014.

  1. blackhatsami

    blackhatsami Regular Member

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    Ok so I make a video about something random like 'how to tie shoe laces'. And one titled 'How to get free money'. And i bought 500 views on both. Then i flagged both videos and 'How to get free money' went down. Did not contain any banned keywords. Why is this? Even when i boost it with view pumper to 301+ the same result happens.
     
  2. Minor Ursa

    Minor Ursa Newbie

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    Were two videos equal, links, description words etc. If the people who checks the flagged videos don't like one of them they'd take it down. Looks like tying shoe laces don't breach their terms.

    Btw, what are the banned words?
     
  3. acidol2

    acidol2 Supreme Member

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    Its probably due to the niche.
    Shoe laces has a wayyy less chance of being spammed with shit, compared to the getting free money niche.
    If you think about it, its common sense.

    That could be way that video went down, and the other didnt.
    An employee, or auto system probably saw "free money" and said "nope." without giving it the time of day, for consideration.
     
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    SocialMediaManager Elite Member

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    Making Money Niche has lot of competition and surely some flagging can get your video down especially with new account
     
  5. blackhatsami

    blackhatsami Regular Member

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    but if i get natural views after months it will stay, right? Because some youtubers are in that niche but their vids are not flagged.
     
  6. Just A Tyler Durden

    Just A Tyler Durden Regular Member

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    It depends on channel authority, like there's some nut name kinghuman on yt that makes "how to make money" videos, since he's built up a lot of subscribers,likes,comments,shares,favorites, ect. his channel has great authority and his videos dont get banned. I do yt marketing as well and what i do is I upload some legit videos to my channels (short gameplay videos, or what ever) then i add views, subs, likes, ect for a few days. then i upload my actually videos mixed in with more gaming videos and drip feed all of them likes,comments,subs, ect. any way this wont get you out of the red zone but with this method i havent had a video banned in a few months, good luck.
     
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    ignotus Registered Member

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    Are links added as well? Been doing some testing with similar tactics as yours with camouflaging the targetted video with other uploaded videos adding views likes and subs ect. It seems videos with links, are deleted and without links stay. For this niche I am doing. Other less popular niches don't really matter with links and what not for me
     
  8. blackhatsami

    blackhatsami Regular Member

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    Thats interesting! So do you think that removing the http will work? so that it is not a hyperlink?