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Does Video Marketing OTHER THAN Youtube Work?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by maxcamman, Feb 20, 2014.

  1. maxcamman

    maxcamman Newbie

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    I have tried making money on Youtube since the big update and failed miserably. I used enhanceviews and u2bviews and all of my videos were deleted within 1 day. (I was doing PPI, is this why? I don't know..) I have $0 and no proxies, if you can help me not get videos/accounts deleted let me know :p

    With that said, has anybody had any success uploading videos to other tube sites? Mainly DailyMotion, MetaCafe and Vimeo? If so how do you rank your videos there, if you do? Do you think it's worth the time investment or is Youtube just that good?

    Thanks all!
     
  2. ilim72

    ilim72 Regular Member

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    These days, when google officially fighting bots on youtube, it is difficult to do anything there and close to impossible to do it without proxies and budget.
     
  3. Reyone

    Reyone Elite Member

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    Vimeo and dailymotion still bring in some nice traffic.
     
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  4. maxcamman

    maxcamman Newbie

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    Vimeo marks half of my videos as spam before they ever get uploaded.

    Do you put any fake views or anything on your dailymotion videos or just let them ride? I uploaded a few there and will see how it goes.
     
  5. extreme90

    extreme90 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Dailymotion also provides some good traffic. :)
     
  6. oldwhitehat

    oldwhitehat Registered Member

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    Videos seem to last longer and I get more through on Youtube. I'm doing more whitehat non-ppd stuff though. It almost seems to me that Daily motion has people manually going through the videos and I think that is where the problems start. On DM you never really know what will be allowed and what will not unless the video is 100% clean of copyright, nudity or sexual situations.
     
  7. Darren9682

    Darren9682 Regular Member

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    Actually DM allow nudity. They have an age filter.

    I have Bot Videos, Celebrity Videos etc on multiple accounts on DM from last year.

    All still active with over 1M views to date.

    Youtube they were all gone within a week.