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Do I need to extent the IP which I made my YT account with?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by epilot, Mar 27, 2014.

  1. epilot

    epilot Senior Member

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    Hi friends,

    I have got a question which engages my mind every time I see a guy uses an IP (say those private dedicate IP's which are sold in the Proxies for sale section of this forum) to create YouTube account.
    How do you do with those IP's when your account is created and you have uploaded the video on it and have nothing else to do with the account?
    Do you extend the IP till the end (ie till the video or account is up)?
    What will happen If I buy a private IP say for JUST ONE MONTH and create my YT account and and Upload my video but won't extend the IP once again? Will my YT video be safe If I won't extent the IP? Is my meaning clear?

    Thanks for any input.
     
  2. Tommy Lawrence

    Tommy Lawrence Senior Member

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    Generally, purchased IPs/proxies are only useful for creating accounts and uploading videos, since YouTube usually suspends numerous accounts that were created from the same IP, or mass videos that are uploaded to accounts from one IP (video spam). But if the accounts have already been created and they are relatively inactive then there isn't any need for those IPs, and you can simply log in and check on the accounts from one IP
     
  3. epilot

    epilot Senior Member

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    Thanks tommy, So you mean that If I use say 100 different private dedicated IP's to create say 100 YT account's then I WONT"T have any problem if I use JUST ONE IP to log in to all of them? DO you mean so?

    But another question is, do you guys extend your purchased IP's as well? I am afraid of not doing so, because I don't know what the seller of IP will do with the IP which I have already purchased from him?! If he misuses the IP or sells it to one who misuses the IP then won't my account be affected??

    Thanks again buddy...
     
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  5. Zoomer3690

    Zoomer3690 Regular Member

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    How can you log in into 100 accounts from a single IP? This will result in a quick ban IMO. I think tommy meant you can use 1 single proxy to make a(maybe upto 3) YT accounts and upload videos to them.
     
  6. epilot

    epilot Senior Member

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    Is it important regarding my question bartosimpsonio? Health and education...
     
  7. epilot

    epilot Senior Member

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    I just wanted to see is that what Tommy means? It was my interpretation of what Tommy said and yet I am not sure if he meant so...

    So what to do what a purchased IP? say I have bought an IP for just ONE month and have created my YT account and uploaded my video in it, Do I need to extend the purchased IP?
     
  8. Zoomer3690

    Zoomer3690 Regular Member

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    Firstly, I don't really get your question. As far as I understand, you buy a proxy and use it till they get 'burned'(that is, they are no longer usable). By buying a IP for a month, do you refer to "renting" proxies or something such? I don't get it. Secondly, IMO, one mustn't login into multiple accounts with one IP, as if you do, you would be showing Youtube you are owning all the accounts and hence, may result in a mass ban. Thirdly, logging in into one account with several different IP's or proxies shouldn't cause any problem(its completely my opinion though).
     
  9. Tommy Lawrence

    Tommy Lawrence Senior Member

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    I regularly log in to about 60 YouTube accounts from one IP and don't see any problems, except the occasional warnings to keep some accounts more secure by verifying them. Just ensure that you don't start blasting videos to those accounts from one IP or else they will get terminated.
     
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  10. epilot

    epilot Senior Member

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    Well, the IP sellers give us the option to get say 1 month or 12 months IP's with this ability to extend them if required.
    So what if I buy one for a month and create my YT account and lunch my video? Do I need to extend that IP for the next month or even more if I don't need it? what if I won't do so? what the seller does with that IP when I wont extend it? In other words do I need to extend the IP so that the seller won't sell it once again to another guy or so? DO they sell the purchased IP when we don't extend it? If so it will affect on my work if the second buyer misuses the IP. You can suppose I'll get one IP from here (sslprivateproxy.com) for just one month and create my YT account and upload my video just the same day I have purchased the IP, so do I need to extend the purchased IP till the end age of the video in YT if you know what I mean?
     
  11. epilot

    epilot Senior Member

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    It is interesting Tommy, I didn't know that it is possible to log in to a lot of YT videos just with one IP! So you have created those 60 YT videos with plenty of IP's and that the only thing you care of, right? When YT warns you, what do you do? Does YT let you to skip it in that case? If not do you verify the whole accounts with the same phone NO?

    Thanks like always buddy.
     
  12. epilot

    epilot Senior Member

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    No Idea please?

    I tried to ask the question in the proxy section, but yet no response! is there anything wrong with my question?!
     
  13. Kn9Isler

    Kn9Isler Junior Member

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    you are afraid that if you don't pay for the proxies after you created the accounts and uploaded videos, someone will buy them, abuse and ytb will delete you accounts/videos as well?

    I don't think it will happen, but everything is possible. That is why I try to avoid proxies.
     
  14. epilot

    epilot Senior Member

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    Exactly Kn9Isler,
    That's what I meant, I don't know what will happen after the time of IP is over for me. I don't know If I need to extend the IP till the YT video is up or not? I am wondering won't the IP seller consider the private dedicated IP's as say semi dedicated or so after the first use of the IP? If they do and sell the IP to another one and say he tries to use it in GSA or anywhere to spam, The question is does it happen? And if so, does my video which was created with the IP when it was dedicated and virgin will be affected?
     
  15. epilot

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    Hey fellows, So what do you do in similar case?

    Thanks
     
  16. Kn9Isler

    Kn9Isler Junior Member

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    no one knows the answer, we can speculate only. My guess is you won't have any problems, at least the odds are very low. I think YT can blacklist your ip only because of spam on yt and not because of comment spam. Even if your ips will be abused on yt, the older accs should theoretically be fine. Otherwise it won't make any sense.