This helpful trick can aid you in getting a large number of YouTube video views (not human, you'll see), that is, if you perform the steps correctly. What's a good reason for needing more YouTube views? The idea here is to get such a large amount of unique views that your YouTube video begins to appear on the most viewed sections, which, in turn, will net you plenty of real, human views. A larger number of full plays also adds a bit of legitimacy to your uploaded video. First thing to do is upload your necessary video to YouTube. Now go to MySpace and create a new account. After that is done, proceed to search for extremely popular MySpace Music profiles. Preferably, look for profiles that have received a boatload of views and fans and views from fans, and that also allow HTML in the comments section. It's 2009 now, most artists have smartened up, therefore these profiles are not exactly the easiest things to find. Nevertheless, they are, in fact, available. Once you have found some of the potential HTML-enabled profiles, scroll down and look at some of the comments on any of these profiles. if you see several annoying, glitzy and glammery photos and greetings, you've found yourself a surefire winner. Add all of these bands to your friends list, which will allow you to comment on their profiles. Beneficially to you, many of these more popular band profiles have their accounts set up to automatically-approve incoming friend requests. Once you've got yourself a friends list full of bands, you can now proceed to comment spam them to your heart's content. In your comment to these bands, you will be embedding your uploaded YouTube video. However, the regular embed code will not suffice. You are going to need the autoplay embed code. Your typical YouTube embed code will look as follows: However, in order to make your YouTube video play when the profile is opened, you are going to need to add "autoplay=1" to the ending of both of the URL?s in this code. The resulting embed code will now look something along the lines of this: After that, you simply embed the hell out of this video code in MySpace comments.