I have recently used the site Fiver to try a YouTube package deal, where views, likes and comments are provided for your YouTube video. All of the views and likes and comments were posted successfully, but despite an increase of around 30,000 Fiver views, the video has not changed position in the YouTube rankings for several days. Does anybody know if the Fiver gigs are a waste of time if you actually want your video to move up the rankings. It is all very well having the views/likes and comments, but if the video is not climbing the rankings, it seems pointless. Also (going back to this 301 views thing) if one does use a gig from Fiver, is it safer to reach the 301 views first then get a Fiver gig. I was dubious getting lots of Fiver views coming in before the 301 mark and before YouTube has effectively unfrozen the video. Please can anyone shed some light on this?