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Is This A Good Technique?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by karkun, Aug 25, 2009.

  1. karkun

    karkun Registered Member

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    hi there..:)

    for example, i upload a video that have my blogger blog link beside the video (for promotion)

    and i add this link to 1000 of my videos

    will youtube banned me for this?

    is this a good technique to get autotraffic?
     
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  2. TubeReach

    TubeReach BANNED BANNED

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    well, youtube have been removing videos that sometimes have links in to affliate links, so blogger ones should be ok..

    how many views will the views be getting?
     
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  3. three3s

    three3s Regular Member

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    If your pushing affiliate products on the site then don't, use a url shortener perhaps. Also if you are doing this across multiple accounts definitely don't use same url in every vid. I learnt this the hard way, all accounts banned :(
     
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  4. karkun

    karkun Registered Member

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    around 4 to 5 views per day on each videos :)
     
  5. karkun

    karkun Registered Member

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    i see...

    so its dangerous, cause i use around 500 account (2 videos each account)

    so i have to make many blogger blog now:(
     
  6. kimkils

    kimkils Power Member

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    You could register a domain, such as blog.com then redirect all traffic to blog.com to your blog, then just have a random subdomain on each video perhaps?

    So video.blog.com would be same as bacon.blog.com and they would go to the same place, just an idea.
     
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    RudeMaudlin Registered Member

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    I dont think that will create a problem...
     
  8. three3s

    three3s Regular Member

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    No all you have to do is for each account, creat a new cloaked url. Use different services like tinyurl, ************, bit.ly etc. Everytime you use another account, just cloak your blogger domain with a newly generated link from one of these sites. There's hundreds of these services online so you'll never be stuck. You can also make different links for the same domain using 1 cloaking service. This is what i do and it has worked so far.
     
  9. simmo

    simmo Registered Member

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    I've done something similar. I set up a site to redirect to an affiliate link, but made it so the site could take a parameter on the query string e.g www.mysite.com/?id=12345 or whatever. In my case I used the youtube account name as the parameter and passed that to my tracking script so I can see which accounts are generating traffic. I'd then tinyurl or similar the url including the parameter and use that as the url in youtube.
     
  10. karkun

    karkun Registered Member

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    really good advise from all of you :)