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Is there a Demand for a Youtube View Bot?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by Joe563, Feb 11, 2013.

  1. Joe563

    Joe563 Regular Member

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    Just trying to get everyones thoughts on buying a View Bot, is there a demand for such a thing?

    I know that Views and Upvoting Comments are like the pinnacle of the vast majority of tasks people want to have control over on Youtube. But the issue with these two tasks is that sometimes it works for 1 Month, then its down for some weeks, then it works again for 1 Month etc etc

    What Im trying to say is that even with the inconsistancy of these tasks working 100% of the time, would people still buy this? Is something working 60%, 70%, 80%, 90% of the time good enough for you to part with your cash?

    I think only seasoned YouTube Marketeers will understand the intricate nature of increasing Views/UpVoting Comments and that they will sometimes/often have to wait for updates to happen, for work arounds to get exploited, testing etc whereas Newbies and Noobs would expect such things as View Bots and Comment UpVoters to work 100% all of the time and if any downtime occurs then they'll start an uproar.

    Are bots only for Pros? Are bots getting too technical for Newbies to use?
     
  2. the known

    the known Power Member Premium Member

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    Bots may not be "too technical for Newbies to use", but they're probably "too technical for newbies to find/build" . And not only that; even if a view-bot is made that works, they are kept private. Then this creator goes to big youtube providers and sells his bots for multiple $k's, which is way out of the budget of "noobs". that's why "noobs" usually don't get their hands on view methods anymore nowadays.
     
  3. phatzilla

    phatzilla Supreme Member

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    i'd pay you 5000 dollars if you manage to sucessfully make one that isnt web-browser based and counts 10% of the views past freeze.

    Good luck bud.
     
  4. BabyMonster

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    I'll be very interested to invest on that
     
  5. willo556

    willo556 Guest

    As in using one IP or with proxies? :O
     
  6. ContentLockPro

    ContentLockPro Power Member Premium Member

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    Very well said. Plus, if a working bot was created then it would be much more beneficial to sell 10 copies at $5k a piece, as opposed to 5000 copies at $10 a piece as in the latter situation there would be too much traffic generated by the bot and YouTube would very quickly identify its footprints and end the thing, whereas 10 people can easily stay under the radar.