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Google accounts haven't got banned??

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by "Don Vito" Genovese, May 31, 2013.

  1. "Don Vito" Genovese

    "Don Vito" Genovese Junior Member

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    first off, I want to say that I'm not completely sure this is the right place to post this ... if it isn't, could a mod move it to the appropriate section? thanks!


    so, I've started my YT+CPA/PPD 'experiment', and normally, I first started making Gmail accounts to upload videos to YT.

    I made around 10 of them, from my computer, without using any proxy, nor getting a different IP for my router. Even more interesting is the fact that I can even use the 'switch account' option for most of them! and last but not least, I wasn't asked to verify my account using my mobile phone, only like 2 times, for 2 of the accounts in the list! I used my personal phone, and I was never bothered again!

    I've read in a few threads that google's banning accounts like crazy, and you have to use a proxy switcher, a VPN, restart your router and get a new IP, close browser, clear cookies, restart computer, do a full disk format, use a different mobile phone to verify your account (which you smash afterwards, in order to avoid geo-positioning and detection of any kind), change your name, get fake passwords from a Ukrainian mobster, change your identity and stay 2 years in a remote region of North Korea, working as a cleaning lady and only eating bio vegetables that you steal from a guy named Chuck ... who grows his own goats

    and all this, just so that you won't get insta-ban from uncle G!

    :rolleyes:


    ... and thats why I find my situation to be a bit... peculiar.

    some info: I live in France, I uploaded videos on almost all of my accounts, I've commented and subscribed between accounts, none of my accounts were banned, I use chrome, and a router that has a public IP address that I can manually change whenever I want, but haven't done so for like 3 weeks.

    what's happening?

    disclamer: I am not sure that the above stated method of avoiding G detection is 100% secure ... you should try bruteforcing your way through a few countries' national state servers and use them as gateway proxies to get in the NASA's own vpn and then use that as your main portal for the creation of gmail accounts, and even so, you're only around 83% sure not to get banned!! fear the mighty G! (also, it goes without saying that I'm not responsible if you get your stupid a$$ banned if you do anything stupid just because you read it on my thread! so beat it ! )
     
  2. JustUs

    JustUs Power Member

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    Set up a hot mail account, or Yahoo, or some other free email service and link each G email account to that. New alternative account and new Gmail account. This gets you around the tracking and verification.

    Newaccount@outlook.com
    Newaccount@gmail.com

    Gmail account linked to hot mail account & fake phone numbers.

    If you use the same phone # for separate accounts on Gmail, G links the accounts with that number.
     
  3. "Don Vito" Genovese

    "Don Vito" Genovese Junior Member

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    you... haven't really read my thread, have you?
     
  4. educatedfool

    educatedfool Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I guess he hasn't and I didn't understand anything what he has posted.

    [QUOTE="Don Vito" Genovese;5629495]you... haven't really read my thread, have you?[/QUOTE]
     
  5. ChEcKeD

    ChEcKeD Senior Member

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    What videos do you upload though, any sort of spam?
     
  6. cricket1

    cricket1 Senior Member

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    I see nothing wrong there. I also have like 8 different YT accounts shared by me and my brother.

    If the videos are legit, there's no reason for Google to delete them. Having said that, if, lets say, 3 of your accounts get suspended you risk losing all of your accounts. And this is why it is recommended to use proxies when using YouTube for marketing purposes.
     
  7. JustUs

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    Yes, I did read it.

    So let me restate something that you may have missed, though in probably was not in the words I will use here. When you create Google accounts the way you wrote of, you create a footprint that Google can follow. If you want to be track by Google for those accounts, keep on the way you are doing it. If you do not want to be tracked by Google for your accounts, then do it differently. The reason for separate accounts is so that if one is taken down, not all are taken down.
     
  8. "Don Vito" Genovese

    "Don Vito" Genovese Junior Member

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    OK, I got the idea, thank you guys! appreciate it!