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GSA Search Engine Ranker and YouTube videos

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by lucabrasi, Aug 28, 2012.

  1. lucabrasi

    lucabrasi Regular Member

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    I just took a look at some of the videos for GSA Search Engine Ranker. One of the videos demonstrated how to use the video portion. I have 0 videos for my site(s). From what I saw he just went out and found a video that he liked and claimed it as his own. Is this what happened? If so, I need to start utilizing this method.
    Are there any protocols for how to give credit to the original producer (like WP Robot leaving the author's name, link, etc in articles)? What is the proper way to proceed? I want to start with videos, but I don't want to violate any rules that can cause me problems.

    If you can, please advise me on how to accomplish this.

    Thank you for your consideration.

    P.S. (I can't believe that this may be as easy as it looks and I have been doing nothing about it. I'm an idiot.)
     
  2. SEOWhizz

    SEOWhizz Power Member

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    Most YouTube accounts are Standard Licence and they don't allow copying of videos. So if you want to stay legit, then create your own videos using something like animoto and upload to YouTube. Then use that YouTube ID in the Video Submission in GSA SER.

    You're likely to have a better stick rate if you stay legit but you'll need to do your own testing.
     
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  3. sadneck

    sadneck Regular Member

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    SEOWhizz is 100% correct. YouTube gets angry quickly and if you play around with uploading ripped videos for too long, they will tell you to get lost in not to pleasant terms. Do alterations and make sure they seem unique. I have had multiple accounts closed while testing some theories...

    Andrew
     
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