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Here's a way for youtube hits

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by maineyak, Mar 31, 2008.

  1. maineyak

    maineyak Power Member

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    Create a file and add:
    Code:
    <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="5"><iframe 
    src ="http://youtube.com/watch?v=NqDdIvVBXqM"
    width="100%">
    </iframe>
    <iframe 
    src ="http://youtube.com/watch?v=N6zt4ZIim_Q"
    width="100%">
    </iframe>
    Upload this file, name it refresh.html or whatever you wanna call it.


    Use this tool, and enter the url of the file you just created, and add that javascript to your pages.

    hxxp://adwordsblackbook*com/amt/covert/

    It will create an invisible popup containing your refreshed page, so it will just keep refreshing your page view of your youtube videos, thanks to your visitors.

    Add multiple frames of different videos, or I would imagine you could use the same video in multiple frames as well. I figured a popup would be better then adding an iframe to your page, as your visitor's status bar would show the reloads.

    From what I've read online, 202 views per IP address is the limit for youtube, and I don't know how long the popup stays up on the visitors machine. You could probably find an invisible popup that could be timed.

    It's working for me, hope someone can use this. I'm no sort of programmer, but I like playing with ideas.
     
    Last edited: Mar 31, 2008
  2. mightybh

    mightybh Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I used to have a crappy adult website with a lot of traffic i used to experiment with. Well, i simply had a bunch of 1x1px iframes containing youtube videos and it worked well. I will give your method a try as well.
     
  3. maineyak

    maineyak Power Member

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    I would think this could be added to your pages too:

    Code:
    <object width="1" height="1"><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/6JYAlET45Pc&autoplay=0" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" wmode="transparent" width="1" height="1"></embed></object>
    Set width and height to 1, and make sure autoplay is set to 0. Doesn't views to your video on other pages count as hits too?
     
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    I always thought that you had to have autoplay on in order to get a view. Do you think they are just counting hits to the video then?
     
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    As said above the 1x1 pixel works VERY well but I wouldn't do this if I had a quality website.
     
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    When i do this i make my own promotional videos with no sound.
     
  7. Cindy

    Cindy Power Member

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    Will Maineyak's way get you banned? Also, does the code he posted refresh the 200 something times? I'd like to use that method, but not have it refresh and just put it on a site that gets lots of unique visitors per day.

    Thank you!