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How to avoid youtube ban

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by Ayomav, Feb 1, 2012.

  1. Ayomav

    Ayomav Regular Member

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    Hey guys,

    How do you avoid youtube ban.

    How does youtube spam bot work.

    Thanks
     
  2. ahiddenman

    ahiddenman Elite Member

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    Private proxies are pretty important :)
     
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  3. sameer5762

    sameer5762 Elite Member

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    No Yt bots are not working these days...:(
     
  4. peterbruce

    peterbruce Supreme Member

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    You wont be able to avoid to ban completely but use proxies.
     
  5. Woristin

    Woristin Newbie

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    Firstly, good private proxies are very important.

    The next thing is a number of accounts per IP. I used to create about 5 accounts per IP, but now I create only one account (myself) per IP and got better results. By the way - avoid buying Youtube accounts. They're often massively created on the small amount of IPs.

    The other very important thing is not to generate any fingerprints (to avoid multi-account ban). I mean for example: don't use the same unique phrases in video descriptions on many accounts (the same thing is about URL's in descriptions - it's worth using bit.ly or other URL-shortener).

    Don't upload videos instantly after you created an account. Upload videos after at least 24 hours since creating an account.

    Also, as peterbruce said, you won't be able to avoid to ban completely. It depends on your niche and competition.
     
  6. StreamlineWeb

    StreamlineWeb Junior Member

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    Good tips, thank you.

    I understand the importance of creating a limited number of accounts per IP, but has anyone thought about the IP you use to login to your multiple accounts?

    If I were YouTube, I would scan my database for a single IP address that logs into many accounts, and chances are I would find someone I wanted to ban.

    Thoughts on this?
     
  7. Amsterdammer

    Amsterdammer Power Member

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    Don't log in from home?

    Every account is a new person and therefor needs his own home.

    If I was checking, I would go after the homeless first. Not many people use a new IP for each login. :p

    As mentioned before by Ahiddenman: Private proxies.
     
  8. Oukast

    Oukast Senior Member

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    That's why you'd also use the proxies you have :rolleyes:
     
  9. Toga03

    Toga03 Newbie

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    That is an interesting point about the IP, but think of a big family 5 or 6 members. They would all have their own YT accounts, or a public spot like Starbucks. Many people would access it from those places....
     
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    supermance Newbie

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    which private proxies is the best for utube?
     
  11. Deez The Webguru

    Deez The Webguru Junior Member

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    I doubt you could avoid a total ban if you are using any form of YT bot.. but using the infor from the above posts you could probably reduce your chances of getting banned drastically.. although I would still strongly recommend you do not put all ur eggs in one basket as far as income is concerned...just incase ur YT accounts do get banned at least u will have other revenue streams to fall back on...