Is buying YT views safe if you turn off monetisation?

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Bump.

Also poorly worded above when I wrote it at 3am.

I don’t care about views dropping I care about my channel getting banned. If my channel is approved for monetisation (after YT review). Is there the option to turn off monetisation?

And if I do that, if I buy views can my channel ever get banned or will I be 100% safe if monetisation is off since youtube can see I’m not trying to financially scam them?

No , the views don't touch your ads... They just increase views. If you Adsense views it's automatically safe since views come from Adsense. But to be assured you can turnoff monetization on particular video before buying views.
 

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No , the views don't touch your ads... They just increase views. If you Adsense views it's automatically safe since views come from Adsense. But to be assured you can turnoff monetization on particular video before buying views.
i heard some bad stories about this, some people said that once the views have been delivered and you turn on monetization, the videos goes "under review" and then adsense acc gets banned
 

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Can your account still get banned if you by views and things go wrong or is it mostly only when you have monetisation on and you buy views?

Also how do you know if monetisation is on or not? My channel is organic so far and has 500 subs and less than 20,000 minutes watch time.


when you will go to your dashboard you will see all of your videos there and in front of the video will be a dollar sign ($) if its green then the monitization is on for that video, and if its not green then its not on.

as for buying the views, i think you are better with just organic views because when the view you buy will not come on your other videos then it will be not good for your channel history and also you can get banned if youtube sees so many views are coming from 1 IP.
 

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No , the views don't touch your ads... They just increase views. If you Adsense views it's automatically safe since views come from Adsense. But to be assured you can turnoff monetization on particular video before buying views.
but u didn't answer the question. then what if there are views designed to touch ur ads. so that means i can ban my competitor by sending fake views
 

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i heard some bad stories about this, some people said that once the views have been delivered and you turn on monetization, the videos goes "under review" and then adsense acc gets banned

Well Adsense is Adsense.... Adsense is famous for limiting account unexpectedly and internet is full of such story. Regarding views, if they don't touch your ads , no click on ads then why Adsense would ban you just for views ? Also almost every one suggests to turn off monetization while buying views to be 100% safe.

but u didn't answer the question. then what if there are views designed to touch ur ads. so that means i can ban my competitor by sending fake views

The only views that load your ads and can probably get your ads clicked is real Adsense views where your video is advertised and real people watch it.

Competition can get your Adsense banned if they are quite resourceful means thousand of people watching and clicking your ad repeatedly using trusted accounts. This has happened before youtubers when fans intentionally clicked ads to up the revenue... But views sellers generally don't touch ads / load ads for safety.
 

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Well Adsense is Adsense.... Adsense is famous for limiting account unexpectedly and internet is full of such story. Regarding views, if they don't touch your ads , no click on ads then why Adsense would ban you just for views ? Also almost every one suggests to turn off monetization while buying views to be 100% safe.



The only views that load your ads and can probably get your ads clicked is real Adsense views where your video is advertised and real people watch it.

Competition can get your Adsense banned if they are quite resourceful means thousand of people watching and clicking your ad repeatedly using trusted accounts. This has happened before youtubers when fans intentionally clicked ads to up the revenue... But views sellers generally don't touch ads / load ads for safety.
ok so to conclude it is possible to get competitor adsense banned with this method
 

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ok so to conclude it is possible to get competitor adsense banned with this method

No if you buy views from smm panel to competition videos .

Yes if you setup custom bot and starting sending fraudulent views and clicks.
 

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No if you buy views from smm panel to competition videos .

Yes if you setup custom bot and starting sending fraudulent views and clicks.
well yes i was talking about custom bot that clicks on ad to get adsense banned.

in this case i believe even the yt channel will be affected coz when u make new adsense to connect to it i think that will also get banned coz it was associated
 

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few times i tried I disabled ads, not worth for few views
on new youtube studio tho you can't disabled once enabled, you can just untick ad formats
 

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Nothing happens if u buy fake or bot views, otherwise competitors wouldnhave bought it to stop others channels. Just take few dollars. Anyways hope this answers your questions. Nothing happens unless u start buying them in huge no.s , i.e. in millions.
yeah agree, never buy too many, like backlinks or anything else, too much is always bad! lol
 
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