Getting targeted YouTube traffic using mass uploading (CPA, ClickBank, etc)

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I’ve been doing this for quite a while now – well, for years, actually. This is not a method I find too fun or interesting, but doing it every few weeks brings me an additional couple hundred per month, with very little work involved. It involves mass uploading videos on YouTube, and what I like to call a mixture of both quality and quantity. This can be used to bring traffic to any sort of affiliate site, including, but not limited to: CPA sites (both fake hacks and high commission offers), Amazon Affiliate sites, ClickBank sites, etc. With some twists, it can even be applied in local SEO.

How does it work?

We will be creating a mass uploading campaign with MVB Pro. The twist? We will actually only have one video, and target dozens of keywords along the way. Keep reading to see how it actually works.

Without further ado, let’s get going. Here’s what you’ll need:
  • A profitable niche (obviously) and a landing page
  • A high quality video promoting your website
  • YouTube accounts (preferably aged)
  • Proxies (although things can get pricey, so if you have a better way, use it)
  • A spun article (hopefully not with some free spinner)
  • Mass Video Blaster Pro (optional, but will make everything a lot easier since the key word here is MASS uploading)

Setting up the mass uploading campaign

If you have MVB Pro, good. If not, you may want to consider getting it. One of the developers (@Stoica) is from here and quite a helpful guy too. I’m not affiliated with the software, but I may promote it on my blog at some point. Why? Because I’m an affiliate marketer, it’s a software I personally use, and they happen to have an affiliate program. If you think that’s wrong, you have to see the irony and hypocrisy in that.

The main reason I recommend using this software is because it supports the usage of spintax. This means that you can upload thousands of different variations of titles/descriptions/tags, depending on the complexity of your spintax, of course. Why is this important? Because it means that you can re-upload the same video over and over and over again – with a couple of other twists, of course.

The software also has plenty of other perks that come useful when mass uploading, and all of which save a lot of time. If you choose to do so, you can still just use a spitax generator or whatever and upload things manually, makes no difference to me.

There are plenty of tutorial videos on how to use MVB Pro, so I’m not going to explain how to import accounts, etc. Here’s what a mass uploading campaign for a fake hack Fortnite video would look like:

3pQnX87
If you don’t already have many keywords in mind, you can use something like KeywordShitter to get as many related keywords for you video as possible, and spread them around the spintax and even the tags.

The beautiful thing about this is that we can now just copy this video in the same campaign

hE86Mei
The result will be the same video, uploaded dozens of times (if you wish to do so), with a different title and description and targeting different combinations of keywords each time.

Furthermore, you can choose to append a random number or do a random edit to each video before uploading it (HIGHLY recommended):

nuPd1lD
Once your campaign is ready, assign accounts and start the Upload. You will get better results if you’re using old accounts. If you’re in a blackhat niche or straight up ripping someone else’s videos off, you should expect a lot of accounts getting banned obviously, but that doesn’t mean that your mass uploading campaign can’t be profitable.

Before you go ahead and say that the spintax won’t work, think again. I’ve had videos rank for all kinds of keywords on both YouTube and Google, often accidentally. It appears that Google is playing favorites when it comes to YouTube and will “turn a blind eye” even the videos have spun content in the description. You shouldn’t expect #1 ranks obviously, but the more videos you put out there, the better the chances of some of them sticking. I like to leave them for a couple weeks and then order additional views, likes and comments for the ones doing well (over a few hundred views) to further boost them. A lot of these videos will also appear in Suggested and bring even more views, and thus traffic.

The one tip I could give you is to NEVER include links in your video descriptions. It’s a great footprint and will burn out a lot of your accounts for nothing. Focus on creating a high quality video that explains to the users how to get to the site and do whatever it is you want them to do, or at least use watermarks. Also, try not to overuse the accounts – some can have a couple dozen videos uploaded on them, but if you’re doing something like fake hacks, you shouldn’t upload more than two videos per account or they’ll burn out fast.

When some of these videos are doing good a few months down the road (I’ve had videos pop up on page 1 on Google for medium difficulty keywords), consider putting your link in the description.

Hope that helps someone! This is one of my go-to methods whenever I feel like I’ll need some extra beer money, although results can often take a while, or even multiple campaigns.
 
Thanks for sharing this mate, great info right there.

I did give this method a try and I ended up with 20 view on 90 videos after 24 hours and about 15 website clicks.
How many videos do you upload per day in order to see noticeable results??
 
Thanks for sharing this mate, great info right there.

I did give this method a try and I ended up with 20 view on 90 videos after 24 hours and about 15 website clicks.
How many videos do you upload per day in order to see noticeable results??

Its great that you took action.
keep us updated.

Good luck!
 
Interesting read, I can understand how this could be valuable in a sense. Sounds like the startup costs might be a lot though considering......
 
I’ve been doing this for quite a while now – well, for years, actually. This is not a method I find too fun or interesting, but doing it every few weeks brings me an additional couple hundred per month, with very little work involved. It involves mass uploading videos on YouTube, and what I like to call a mixture of both quality and quantity. This can be used to bring traffic to any sort of affiliate site, including, but not limited to: CPA sites (both fake hacks and high commission offers), Amazon Affiliate sites, ClickBank sites, etc. With some twists, it can even be applied in local SEO.

How does it work?

We will be creating a mass uploading campaign with MVB Pro. The twist? We will actually only have one video, and target dozens of keywords along the way. Keep reading to see how it actually works.

Without further ado, let’s get going. Here’s what you’ll need:
  • A profitable niche (obviously) and a landing page
  • A high quality video promoting your website
  • YouTube accounts (preferably aged)
  • Proxies (although things can get pricey, so if you have a better way, use it)
  • A spun article (hopefully not with some free spinner)
  • Mass Video Blaster Pro (optional, but will make everything a lot easier since the key word here is MASS uploading)

Setting up the mass uploading campaign

If you have MVB Pro, good. If not, you may want to consider getting it. One of the developers (@Stoica) is from here and quite a helpful guy too. I’m not affiliated with the software, but I may promote it on my blog at some point. Why? Because I’m an affiliate marketer, it’s a software I personally use, and they happen to have an affiliate program. If you think that’s wrong, you have to see the irony and hypocrisy in that.

The main reason I recommend using this software is because it supports the usage of spintax. This means that you can upload thousands of different variations of titles/descriptions/tags, depending on the complexity of your spintax, of course. Why is this important? Because it means that you can re-upload the same video over and over and over again – with a couple of other twists, of course.

The software also has plenty of other perks that come useful when mass uploading, and all of which save a lot of time. If you choose to do so, you can still just use a spitax generator or whatever and upload things manually, makes no difference to me.

There are plenty of tutorial videos on how to use MVB Pro, so I’m not going to explain how to import accounts, etc. Here’s what a mass uploading campaign for a fake hack Fortnite video would look like:

3pQnX87
If you don’t already have many keywords in mind, you can use something like KeywordShitter to get as many related keywords for you video as possible, and spread them around the spintax and even the tags.

The beautiful thing about this is that we can now just copy this video in the same campaign

hE86Mei
The result will be the same video, uploaded dozens of times (if you wish to do so), with a different title and description and targeting different combinations of keywords each time.

Furthermore, you can choose to append a random number or do a random edit to each video before uploading it (HIGHLY recommended):

nuPd1lD
Once your campaign is ready, assign accounts and start the Upload. You will get better results if you’re using old accounts. If you’re in a blackhat niche or straight up ripping someone else’s videos off, you should expect a lot of accounts getting banned obviously, but that doesn’t mean that your mass uploading campaign can’t be profitable.

Before you go ahead and say that the spintax won’t work, think again. I’ve had videos rank for all kinds of keywords on both YouTube and Google, often accidentally. It appears that Google is playing favorites when it comes to YouTube and will “turn a blind eye” even the videos have spun content in the description. You shouldn’t expect #1 ranks obviously, but the more videos you put out there, the better the chances of some of them sticking. I like to leave them for a couple weeks and then order additional views, likes and comments for the ones doing well (over a few hundred views) to further boost them. A lot of these videos will also appear in Suggested and bring even more views, and thus traffic.

The one tip I could give you is to NEVER include links in your video descriptions. It’s a great footprint and will burn out a lot of your accounts for nothing. Focus on creating a high quality video that explains to the users how to get to the site and do whatever it is you want them to do, or at least use watermarks. Also, try not to overuse the accounts – some can have a couple dozen videos uploaded on them, but if you’re doing something like fake hacks, you shouldn’t upload more than two videos per account or they’ll burn out fast.

When some of these videos are doing good a few months down the road (I’ve had videos pop up on page 1 on Google for medium difficulty keywords), consider putting your link in the description.

Hope that helps someone! This is one of my go-to methods whenever I feel like I’ll need some extra beer money, although results can often take a while, or even multiple campaigns.


sorry Can you explain?

So you make a ton of video, you watermarket them, and then you upload on old aged youtube accounts, you add different keyword for each video ( where do you insert those kw? In the title of the video)?
 
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3 Questions:

1. Where do you buy aged youtube accounts?
2. Do you use 1 proxy per account?
3. Do you watermark a bit.ly link over the video if you don't put it in the description?

Thanks.
 
3 Questions:

1. Where do you buy aged youtube accounts?
2. Do you use 1 proxy per account?
3. Do you watermark a bit.ly link over the video if you don't put it in the description?

Thanks.

Damn that bit.ly idea is good, I am gonna give it a try and come back with the results!
 
I’ve been doing this for quite a while now – well, for years, actually. This is not a method I find too fun or interesting, but doing it every few weeks brings me an additional couple hundred per month, with very little work involved. It involves mass uploading videos on YouTube, and what I like to call a mixture of both quality and quantity. This can be used to bring traffic to any sort of affiliate site, including, but not limited to: CPA sites (both fake hacks and high commission offers), Amazon Affiliate sites, ClickBank sites, etc. With some twists, it can even be applied in local SEO.

How does it work?

We will be creating a mass uploading campaign with MVB Pro. The twist? We will actually only have one video, and target dozens of keywords along the way. Keep reading to see how it actually works.

Without further ado, let’s get going. Here’s what you’ll need:
  • A profitable niche (obviously) and a landing page
  • A high quality video promoting your website
  • YouTube accounts (preferably aged)
  • Proxies (although things can get pricey, so if you have a better way, use it)
  • A spun article (hopefully not with some free spinner)
  • Mass Video Blaster Pro (optional, but will make everything a lot easier since the key word here is MASS uploading)

Setting up the mass uploading campaign

If you have MVB Pro, good. If not, you may want to consider getting it. One of the developers (@Stoica) is from here and quite a helpful guy too. I’m not affiliated with the software, but I may promote it on my blog at some point. Why? Because I’m an affiliate marketer, it’s a software I personally use, and they happen to have an affiliate program. If you think that’s wrong, you have to see the irony and hypocrisy in that.

The main reason I recommend using this software is because it supports the usage of spintax. This means that you can upload thousands of different variations of titles/descriptions/tags, depending on the complexity of your spintax, of course. Why is this important? Because it means that you can re-upload the same video over and over and over again – with a couple of other twists, of course.

The software also has plenty of other perks that come useful when mass uploading, and all of which save a lot of time. If you choose to do so, you can still just use a spitax generator or whatever and upload things manually, makes no difference to me.

There are plenty of tutorial videos on how to use MVB Pro, so I’m not going to explain how to import accounts, etc. Here’s what a mass uploading campaign for a fake hack Fortnite video would look like:

3pQnX87
If you don’t already have many keywords in mind, you can use something like KeywordShitter to get as many related keywords for you video as possible, and spread them around the spintax and even the tags.

The beautiful thing about this is that we can now just copy this video in the same campaign

hE86Mei
The result will be the same video, uploaded dozens of times (if you wish to do so), with a different title and description and targeting different combinations of keywords each time.

Furthermore, you can choose to append a random number or do a random edit to each video before uploading it (HIGHLY recommended):

nuPd1lD
Once your campaign is ready, assign accounts and start the Upload. You will get better results if you’re using old accounts. If you’re in a blackhat niche or straight up ripping someone else’s videos off, you should expect a lot of accounts getting banned obviously, but that doesn’t mean that your mass uploading campaign can’t be profitable.

Before you go ahead and say that the spintax won’t work, think again. I’ve had videos rank for all kinds of keywords on both YouTube and Google, often accidentally. It appears that Google is playing favorites when it comes to YouTube and will “turn a blind eye” even the videos have spun content in the description. You shouldn’t expect #1 ranks obviously, but the more videos you put out there, the better the chances of some of them sticking. I like to leave them for a couple weeks and then order additional views, likes and comments for the ones doing well (over a few hundred views) to further boost them. A lot of these videos will also appear in Suggested and bring even more views, and thus traffic.

The one tip I could give you is to NEVER include links in your video descriptions. It’s a great footprint and will burn out a lot of your accounts for nothing. Focus on creating a high quality video that explains to the users how to get to the site and do whatever it is you want them to do, or at least use watermarks. Also, try not to overuse the accounts – some can have a couple dozen videos uploaded on them, but if you’re doing something like fake hacks, you shouldn’t upload more than two videos per account or they’ll burn out fast.

When some of these videos are doing good a few months down the road (I’ve had videos pop up on page 1 on Google for medium difficulty keywords), consider putting your link in the description.

Hope that helps someone! This is one of my go-to methods whenever I feel like I’ll need some extra beer money, although results can often take a while, or even multiple campaigns.
thank you for sharing us some ideas.. it really mean a lot..
 
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