Discussion in 'YouTube' started by aporellos, Dec 29, 2010.
Well, I guess they have to clean up their database at some stage.
Wouldn't surprise me that you need to log into your accounts occassionally to keep them alive.
It would make sense that they clean house every once in awhile.
Have noticed going thorugh my videos people who are uploading music are getting banned.
Loads seem to have had accounts terminated.
Accounts only get banned when you abuse the living shit out of them. Like botting up your own video with comments with day old accounts.
Best thing to do is let them age a bit. Fix your accounts up and add an image (avatar) for your channel. A nice background graphic works as well.
But the KEY here is to not abuse the accounts. Let them sit. Age them bastards like a fine wine
Then work with them slowly. Then you steady yourself a bit. The key is not to raise the red flag. Once you get to this, you can then do whatever you need to do without having to buy new accounts.
My 100 account army has yet to have one casualty.
Ever hear of the old saying "Slow and steady wins the race"? This is so true on YouTube.
Like BigJim says, I have about 150 accounts with profile pictures, some with complete layouts, some just plain, and they all work and get beside every spamming campaign
has anyone ever got banned using plays from fiverr?
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