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How can I avoid my accounts getting deleted when mass commenting?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by deankeen, Dec 30, 2011.

  1. deankeen

    deankeen BANNED BANNED

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    Hey Everyone!

    I really really hope someone can help me out here. Last summer I made several thousand dollars mass commenting on Youtube videos. But now, however, when I buy hundreds of accounts, they all get deleted right away, after commenting on just one video per account. I'm using Youtube Commenter by Myadtools.com and it used to work wonders for me. I'm also using HMA!VPN (http://hidemyass.com/vpn/) to change my IP address, but I'm wondering if these IPs are all blacklisted by Youtube? So I assume I need to be using real proxies instead, right? If so, what is a good service for proxies that you have actually used for Youtube commenting?

    Thanks so much!!!!

    Dean
     
  2. Adam Rock

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    Are you using a comment rotater or the same shit? Chances are you're using the same shit and YouTube blacklisted the comments.
     
  3. deankeen

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    I'm rotating all my comments. Any other thoughts?
     
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  4. deankeen

    deankeen BANNED BANNED

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    I thought you might be right about that, seeing as I had a link like this (mylink.us) in the comments. So I spun all new comments that said non-blacklisted words like "this song is amazing" or "this tune is spectacular".

    Any other ideas for me?
     
  5. ThatBotProgrammer

    ThatBotProgrammer Junior Member

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    I can see 3 flaws with your method.

    Flaw #1.
    You can never be sure with mass created accounts, that's why i create my own and continue to recommend doing so. There are methods spread over this forum on how to bypass the SMS verification. But if that's too much of a hassle, I suggest you divide those accounts into batches.

    If you have a hundred accounts, divide them into 2 groups. Comment using the first batch of accounts. You should come to the following conclusion:

    I- If both your used and unused batch of accounts were banned, it's a problem with your account supplier. Ask for a refund.

    II- If only your batch is banned, then your problem relies on an outdated software or the way you comment on videos. To check if it's a software problem, use that batch to simply login using the software (if available) or do a simple comment without any advertisement. 90% of the time you get mass bans because of an outdated software.

    Flaw #2. - Use Private HTTP proxies. A VPN would work but these IP addresses are just recycled. God knows what the other users have done with that IP address. You said you earn thousands of dollars from commenting.. Well it's about time you invest more into what you are doing. You can get them for as low as $1/proxy. Check the BST section.

    Flaw #3- (Well not really but I'm guessing) Keep it under 10 comments/account/day. Make it more realistic. YT algo is very good in identifying spammers.

    It's not much of a loss though, say you 100 accounts and comment 10x on each of those accounts. That is about 1,000 commented videos in a day. If you need to scale it up then buy more accounts.

    One more thing I forgot to mention is keep the ratio of accounts to 1 Proxy for every 10 accounts. You can use a lower ratio if needed but that seems to work best for me.

    TBP
     
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  6. Ranger11

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    There's your problem, Everyone's used it before and pretty much raped all their IP's, It's pretty much useless/blacklisted.
     
  7. junwen92

    junwen92 Newbie

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    Thanks for this.. how well does your software work for commenting? (The one advertised in your sig)
     
  8. ThatBotProgrammer

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    Pretty well in all honesty. We're also incorporating a comment vote up function and a bunch of other features.
     
  9. carmamag

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    NEVER USE HTTP PROXIES FOR COMMENTING , those http proxies can be easy detected that they r used by datacenter ips , the normal user doesnt use hosting ips (data center ips ) ,the normal user uses ISP's ips
    so even if u buy fresh none used ips from any HTTP private provider they will be marked very fast
     
  10. washington2010

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    So then what are you supposed to use???
     
  11. ThatBotProgrammer

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    I would beg to differ.

    I see what you're saying that youtube may be tracking a range of KNOWN Proxy IP addresses. They cannot possibly track each and every one of them. If this was the case, these proxy providers would have closed a long time ago.

    This is true with facebook and Twitter, that they ban certain ip ranges. The providers adapted to this and started selling twitter and FB friendly ip's.

    I have a lot of success commenting using HTTP proxies that I have bought from providers in the BST section.

    I'm sure other people will share their own experiences here.


    TBP
     
  12. Ranger11

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    Big mistake.
     
  13. ThatBotProgrammer

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    okay.. and why is that? I don't see why not. A lot of people are asking for it.
     
  14. Ranger11

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    If you sell it, You have to
    -Update it ASAP
    -Make a website, Get domain, Hosting, Make a sales page
    -Support your buyers with random crashes that you can spend up to an hour trying to figure out
    -Deal with people (One of the worst things in life)
    -Most importantly! Your saturating the concept by letting people jump in and make comment rating obvious spam in the future, Which i don't appreciate.
    EDIT:
    -Let's not forget, Spend a few days or $500 for a secure serial key and sales system, Which will still be crackable.

    If you keep it
    -Update when ever the hell you want
    -Make as much as you want, Go ahead and make $100 in an hour instead of spending 1 hour trying to figuring out why this vista user's pc keeps getting a blue screen from your bot.

    In my opinion, Programmers that sell bots have no business skills when it comes to making money.
     
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  15. InternetUser

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    nut yeah, be prepared you'll have to update quite frequently.
     
  16. InternetUser

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    if he adds a working comment rater to sell to the public, he'll make a lot of money ;)
     
  17. InternetUser

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    but yea be aware you'll have to update it when it needs updated
     
  18. Ranger11

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    Yeah, For like how long? A month at max? Then he'll get tired of being forced to update and realize buyers are banking more than his sales do, Like Spk ;)
     
  19. Brainstorming

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    He already has the website, sales page, and an established program to put it on. There is demand for a comment rater, but from what I remember, YouTube changes their system for this so often and it's very difficult to make one that actually works well enough now.
     
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  20. ThatBotProgrammer

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    First of all, I respect your opinion.

    Secondly, your opinion that I have no business skills when it comes to making money is laughable. I don't really have to prove myself to you or to anyone else. I have a lot of personal tools/bots I don't release because it will saturate and break a website. However, with YT, this simply isn't the case. The mere fact that there are thousands of us marketing on YT and it doesn't get saturated + we still make money is a testimony on how profitable this website is.

    It's not like I'm selling an exploit or some magical tool that makes you money when you press a button. With YTG, You actually still have to use a few brain cells to make money. It's just a tool to success, nothing more.

    With my Marketing efforts, I haven't reached the $100/hour mark yet but on good days I come close to $60/hour which is pretty good IMHO.

    As for selling bots, do you actually know the process + rewards of selling public bots or just know bits and pieces of it? A decent, well planned (we use the agile development process) & well priced software makes a pretty good return. It's not as good as what I personally make on YT, but it's pretty damn good.

    I realize a lot of people paid for a private comment rater bot. Well, that only means there is a big demand for it. If I have no business skills at all, I wouldn't capitalize on that demand.

    One more thing that seems to tick others off is how low priced my tools are. Hah, I wouldn't go more into details but that's the best price we came up on our feasibility study. Yes it will create more competition, but in the end.. it will help and benefit more people.

    Also, what you said has some merit to it. Yes it does take time and a lot of resources to launch a software. Most traditional money making businesses do.

    But we have accepted that fact a long time ago, and we actually enjoy developing programs and talking to people. We don't half ass our way out and abandon a project.

    So bottomline is: zero business skills or not, We will still continue to develop and share methods that make money in BHW. That's the main essence of this forum and we will support it.


    You just need to implement some logical thinking when developing a bot to keep up with their ever changing system. Manually doing it in a browser works.. so pattern your code to what a browser does. Parsing forms, etc etc.

    I can go into the technical details but that is besides the topic. But we certainly appreciate the support for our idea :)
     
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