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[HELP] Problem with Youtube "Linking" in Comments (GHOSTED)

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by zaddkeefer, Jan 29, 2014.

  1. zaddkeefer

    zaddkeefer Newbie

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    Hello as the title says, I got problems with "linking" in comments, but with normal comments such as "awesome video!" works fine.. but with a trail of a link, it get ghosted and can't be seen.. This has been stressing me for long enough, and I need some help on this.

    This is probably a simple problem to be solved, I don't know.. this is what I know for now and is not the problem:
    1. The YouTube channel I test on, as well as the other channels I use have not been banned from commenting, since I tried this on brand new accounts and works fine with normal comments.
    2. The videos I test on, is videos where you are able to comment, with no need of the video owner Approval but set to the default All comments
    3. I always use private proxies, with one account and one channel bounded to that proxy

    So now that's clear.. What I want to know is how to bypass the comment spam system. So far I tried in the comments:
    1. Links with broken characters, such as reversed backslash "\", shorten links such as bit.ly.. even tried breaking it up with bit[.]ly, I tried using spaces between slash and dots.
    2. I tried to use my promotional youtube video only with the ID, like so "/watch?v=VIDEO_ID_HERE" or without the backslash "watch?v=VIDEO_ID_HERE" but ghost that as well.

    I hope this speaks for my case, I usually could mass comment with just the video ID.. the weird thing is on the videos I want to post on.. some users can do the exact thing I want to do with the video ID only, but I cannot.

    Someone want to help me or explain this to me, I literally tried everything of what I know of.. sorry for any grammar mistakes, it's on me.
     
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  2. Tommy Lawrence

    Tommy Lawrence Senior Member

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    You cannot include links in your comments because they automatically get flagged as spam and ghosted. However, if you personally know the video uploader you can contact them and ask them to go to their spam comments section and approve your comment so that it may become visible.
    Another possibility is to leave your links in the REPLIES to your OWN comments or comments of others (Requires more account quality - new accounts cannot do this) as demonstrated in this video. Lastly, you can leave a comment such as "Click on my channel to get.." and then leave your links on your channel homepage.
     
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  3. esi0411

    esi0411 Registered Member

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  4. zaddkeefer

    zaddkeefer Newbie

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    Thanks for your time to make a quality reply to this, since this is really a problem for me and this was and still is.. my way to lead traffic to the source I want them to see. I wont go with the first solution you was saying, by contacting the video owner to approve my comment, since he most likely wont.
    I will try with the idea of putting in some relatable comments to their videos, and underneath reply with a link of mine and see how it goes, however I don't think this will work for me since most of my accounts has been banned and have a few "quality accounts" but these are filled with my niche videos and wont take the risk of "spamming" comments with them, and all I got now is rarely old but mostly new accounts to use.

    For now I guess I will go with the solution to lead them to the current channel im spamming with and leave a link there.. IF NOT - you got a way to make quality accounts, and make them workable to link-reply as you mentioned?

    Thanks again, I thanked your post.
     
  5. Tommy Lawrence

    Tommy Lawrence Senior Member

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    Let me explain it more clearly. ANY account can leave a link in the REPLIES to their OWN comment, so you can do this. Just remember to disable replies afterwards to prevent further incoming replies from hiding your link.
    However, leaving links in the replies of OTHER people's comments requires account quality. New accounts cannot do this without getting ghosted.
     
  6. zaddkeefer

    zaddkeefer Newbie

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    Oh must've read it wrong, thanks for clearing that out! I appreciate your time to explain it thoroughly. I'm actually glad to know I can leave a link in my own replies, that's what I will work with for now and build my way up to reply to others. However I am really interested in getting/building a quality youtube account - Are there any "easy starter steps" or so, you need to be doing on an account you want to be qualified as a account with quality? Besides being active and engaging in google+

    Thank you!
     
  7. esi0411

    esi0411 Registered Member

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    Come'on Tommy Lawrence
    "ANY account can leave a link in the REPLIES to their OWN comment" = Its need a Good Account Quality, you know this . . . it is useless if your comment not get at 5 TOP of comments (only Old Accounts with Good Account Quality can do these)

    The PROBLEM is how to make A New Accounts, become like a Good Quality Old Accounts


    Sorry i getting frustration with this new comment system