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Do you extend your proxies when You don't want to comeback to your videos?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by epilot, Mar 3, 2014.

  1. epilot

    epilot Senior Member

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    Hi fellows,

    I just got a question please,

    several months ago I started to promote clickbank products via Youtube. To do so I bought several unique virgin proxies from here so that sign up and register to youtube. Now my question is do I need to extend the proxies even more If I don't want to comeback to the youtube videos I have created (say My YT videos generate money on autopilot and I don't need the proxies so that I comeback to sign in to the videos). What If I don't try to extend the proxies which I have got any more?

    Thanks beforehand buddies.
     
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  2. stharthjw6j

    stharthjw6j BANNED BANNED

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    Once the account is created, it's created, it doesn't need an IP to stay active.
     
  3. epilot

    epilot Senior Member

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    Really??!!! So you are saying I didn't need to extend the Proxies which I bought several months ago? So isn't Youtube sensitive to my real IP when I comeback to a video after registration and uploading the video?

    So you guys just buy the virgin IP's to simply sign up to youtube? And then use your own IP to work and go to the video after registration?
     
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  4. stharthjw6j

    stharthjw6j BANNED BANNED

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    Oh no, I thought you said you wouldn't return to your account.

    If on your home IP you start doing blackhat stuff with the account, then yes YT could block your home IP, but you you don't need to extend the same proxy to run the account, for all YT knows, you could be on vacation and logging in from your hotel.