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How do you fight with Youtube spam filters ?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by HappyS, Jun 28, 2013.

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  1. HappyS

    HappyS Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I promote my CPA site through YTB comment spaming, but YTB keep ghosting my accounts.
    Recently I bought about 100 new accounts and they are all ghosted in a few days. It could be because they were all made from the same IP, because I always delete regular cookies, flash cookies and change IPs. But banning 100 account's? C'mon YTB...

    How do you post comments in YTB and avoid ghosting?? :-/
     
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    Anyone knows what is a secret sauce? Bump.
     
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    if 100 accounts are banned at once, then a major footprint is left either duing registration or during usage. So, if its not you who left the footprint, then its probably the guy you bought them from. Try getting accounts from another provider
     
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    Commenting should be done right not mass comment random videos with rnamdom info.
     
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    I actually bought from 2 different sellers. I guess they are all making accounts from the same IP.
     
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    ghosting's normal after time reliant on your comment activity. whether you used them all or not, if there's something to connect the batch, they will all go bad, even if action's only taken against a few. if they were working at first then turned ghost after a few days that's normal. they'll work again after a week or so. my commenters usually go ghost after a day of use, oftentimes sooner

    there's nothing wrong with your supplier. next time make 10 orders of 10. that way when the first ten turn ghost, you still have a working 90. you are not going to be able to spam with the same accounts day after day after day.
     
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    they could be both resellers or simply selling one to other..
     
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    Try making a few accounts of your own on proxies. If those don't get ghosted, start buying elsewhere.

    Another possibility is they're catching on to your actual comments. If the stuff I said above doesn't work, rewrite your comments, use a different URL shortener if you have links in your comments, etc.
     
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    Yeah I noticed that too, YTB often ghosts comments because they are exactly the same, rewriting is necessary.