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How do you fight with youtube removing your videos?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by chaser, Dec 1, 2007.

  1. chaser

    chaser Regular Member

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    Hey guys! So n00b is here :p I need your help or advice. I upload pretty many sexy videos onto youtube. Some of them live for a long time, some of them can be removed pretty fast. The most irritating thing that there is actually no nudity or any porn in it. I see a lot of the same type or even harder videos running there without problems having over a million views. Moreover I have the same video clip uploaded 3 times to different accounts, in one account it has over 30,000 views, in another account it was removed after about 900 views. So what's the damn problem there? Please suggest is it possible to keep videos there for longest time possible! Thanks! :rolleyes:
     
  2. markj

    markj Junior Member

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    Just move one dude, it's all a part of the game.
    You have to expect that some of your vids will be deleted, maybe even some of your accounts. Make new ones and keep moving.
     
  3. trumpinc2000

    trumpinc2000 Registered Member

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    Just keep posting the same videos to several accounts. Keep your resources spread so that if they hit you one place you've got 3 of the same videos in other accounts.

    I also suggest when watermarking your videos with your url, that each video, although the same, when spread over different accounts, use different url's. You can have the url's forwarded to the same place but use different url's.

    This is a method that I use and it work's pretty well. The traffic comes in very steadily and I don't get upset when one of my accounts is banned or videos are taken down.

    It's all part of the game.
     
  4. xXKingdom_SEOXx

    xXKingdom_SEOXx BANNED BANNED

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    yea everyone right! is your problem solved?
     
  5. Ruck

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    It's not Youtube you need to worry about. It's badasses like Nick Flame that you need to kick in the balls. Unfortunately for me I love the guy and knowing he is around in that niche, I just stay away :)

    Oh BTW-- WTF is this shit anyway? You do know that their are literally hundreds of video sites on the net right? Upload one of those fuckers to break.com and watch the traffic coming pouring. (Kicks himself for handing out a traffic source).

    I actually don't upload to Youtube on various occasions just because of minor setbacks. I use a bulk upload tool to 27 sites and the fuckers stick on at least 20 of them anytime...Know what that is? Traffic and grabbing it by the balls while not worrying about setbacks.
     
  6. RabidSpatula

    RabidSpatula Newbie

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    Bulk video upload tool? *perk* Where can I find something like that?
     
  7. Ruck

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    I wrote a post on the exact methods I use. The tool I use is #4. I am going to link to the post from here as it does not promote anything. The methods I use are so good that I wrote the post with an unbiased review that does not benefit me in any way.

    http://cashtactics.net/11/29/make-money-and-build-traffic-with-video-marketing-using-these-methods/

    Enjoy:)
     
  8. Nick Flame

    Nick Flame Executive VIP Premium Member

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    HA HA actually Ruck is right on the spot. It is not youtube that flags your video, it is the community, the users that flags your video. Obviously, youtube does not have an algorithm do detect the content of your video, but if many people flag it then that s it. Seeing that there are a lot of tools that automatically upload to youtube, you have nothing to do than keep uploading and see which video sticks around and which not.

    I know another video sharing website , where if you upload sexy videos, you are going to get 8 x -10 x times more visitors than you would got from youtube, and this visitors are even more targeted, better ctr. Unfortunately , there is a high pain in the a*s to upload videos there without getting flagged, almost instantly. But even if your videos stays like 10 minutes up, you get a lot of views and a lot of visitors.
    If you are smart figure out the website according to this initials: MV.
     
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  9. Zso

    Zso BANNED BANNED

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    wow Ruck thanks, just exactly what I needed now.
    Im jumping in "video marketing" after read Nick's guide lol (Thx Nick!!!)
     
  10. Nick Flame

    Nick Flame Executive VIP Premium Member

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    The report is getting outdated, youtube implemented some changes recently, one of the most important being that now you can choose your thumbnail out of 3 random images they display to you. So, pay attention to that.
     
  11. Zso

    Zso BANNED BANNED

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    I see, so its not that easy to manipulate the thumbnail from now on.

    Now Im just editing my first video, it will be an adult one. I waste a lot of time editing it because I dont like crapy work lol.

    I will direct the traffic to a parked domain.
    Nick, what was that domain parking site you mentioned somewhere in this forum, thats good for adult traffic? Cant find it.
     
  12. Zso

    Zso BANNED BANNED

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    Okay, found it:
    :p
     
  13. andygabon

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    very good quick reference of the video sharing sites you can submit to:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_video_services

    http://web2.econsultant.com/videos-hosting-sharing-searching-services.html
     
  14. chaser

    chaser Regular Member

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    Thank you for help guys! Appreciate it very much! I know that it is users who flag my videos, the other question is that some videos are really innocent I just do not understand why they are removed too, I guess youtube freaks never even watch it! Well in my opinion it is a really bad practice falgging other pipls' videos, I never did it and not going to do.... But one day I guess I'am gonna be really pissed and will flag all videos... ahhrrrr!!! :p The problem with youtube that you cannot upload rejected videos again as at will be instantly marked as TOS violation and won't be published. So you need to recode it before uploading. And it requires some time and efforts for the job which we actually could evade if youtube was not removing our videos. And when you have about 90 videos in your account and it gets removed totally at once I do not have good words for youtube :)

    Nick,
    Are you talking about Metacafe where more traffic can be found? They are pretty strict rejecting sexy videos or marking them as duplicates.
     
  15. Nick Flame

    Nick Flame Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Nope, not metacafe. In order to protect your video from being removed so easily try to make sure that it was uploaded by a reputable account, with clean history, and preferably try to get some good rankings for it, like those 5 stars. But youtube users are assholes, i know. However, if your video is getting old , it is harder for others to remove it, but it s still possible.
     
  16. markj

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    Just adding on:
    Tubemogul.com is a free site that lets you upload to about 10-15 video sites. It's similar to the one mentioned on Ruck's blog.
     
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    any other free tools?
     
  18. JinxY

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    damn youtube just disabled my account, fsck!!!
     
  19. Ruck

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    Simple idea. Stop uploading to Youtube?

    They are just a fish in the pond. With the recent writers guild on strike the power of online media is driving hundreds of thousands daily to the net and each video site is sort of different than another video site. To tell you the truth if it came down to Break.com and youtube I get 3 times as much traffic. All I do is upload to break and that's all the work involved.

    You got to make sure you hit the hit 3 big search engine video sharing sites as well. Yahoo and MSN Soapbox give great traffic and views as well..
     
  20. egood

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    lol youtube just suspended my 1yr old account!!! got damn bastards........every single one of my new vids got flagged! guess someone doesn't like me in their niche