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How many IPs when creating accounts??

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by wjc05, Jun 7, 2011.

  1. wjc05

    wjc05 Newbie

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    Just wanted to know what you considered safe when making youtube accounts? How many youtube accounts per IP? I switch IPs for every account when uploading vids, but I hate switching IPs in between making accounts, it just slows the process.. So basically how many accounts do you think is safe per IP when creating accounts..

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  2. Lutherblissett

    Lutherblissett Regular Member

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    Nobody is going to give you the right answer to this. . . If i were you I'd say it really depends on so many things. . are you IPs sequential on the same C Block? Are you violating TOS with your uploads or selling the accounts to those who will violate TOS?. . . If you want to find out what not to do . . go over to the Clowns selling 48 hour guaranteed YT accounts and ask them how many they put on each IP, then do 1/10 of that and you'll probably hit gold.
     
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    marsmadness Registered Member

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    This is excellent advice. Personally, I wish I had STARTED by asking questions regarding cloaking, anonymity and security in general. Sheesh. Just have to remember that if a sale seems WAY top sweet, it's very likely predatory as well. Recently I bought some email addresses on fiverr (so yeah, that was lazy so I deserved it), but it was supposedly over a million names and emails (and IPs) of "Opportunity seekers.". Yeah, that wasn't so amazing. As my network slowly descended in to madness, I had to try to remember to learn from this mistake. Still stung though. :-/
     
  4. mrankin

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    It depends on what else that IP is being used for. I create heaps of Gmail accounts from my work as Google must know that I'm coming through a major Singtel connection with 10,000+ users sitting behind the single IP. I never have any issues. The issue is probably more to do with how often they are created than anything else. I account per IP per day would be good, but more than 2 accounts per IP per day is likely to cause issues.
     
  5. cricket1

    cricket1 Senior Member

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    I always try to switch proxies between each account. That way if an account gets banned the other ones will remain untouched.

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