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Is this True? Using Fiverr for YouTube Views is Safe As Long as you Turn Off Monetization?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by bobsleds, May 26, 2013.

  1. bobsleds

    bobsleds Regular Member

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    From what i understand using fiverr on your youtube videos is a high risk activity which will likely result in your adsense account being disabled.


    someone said that if you turn off monetization you can pretty much do whatever you want. then when you are done u can simply turn it back on and your account will be 100% safe Is this true?
     
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    the known Power Member Premium Member

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    @Threadstarter, to be honest. Just go for the fiverr gigs, they should work out for you.
     
  3. bobsleds

    bobsleds Regular Member

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    thanks for (not) answering the question and just replying to get people to view ur banner.

    dont you think ur behavior is really transparent especially on a board like this where people are quite intelligent and can see right thru these tactics? lol
     
  4. Wania

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    Many times that "legit" views providers outsource to fiverr, with hefty markup.
     
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    pg8806 Registered Member

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    I've used views from fiverr just recently (1 month ago) and my video is doing very well. The video is not monetized with ads. My guess is that some providers are better than others, so I can't speak for all of the services offered. If you're going to buy views I would definitely recommend turning off monetization. No use risking it.
     
  6. ha55er

    ha55er Junior Member

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    I recommend not to use Fiverr. If you have bad luck you just get spammy mobile views or other nonsense views. Keep here at BHW, we have severel Youtube gurus :) and they are safe
     
  7. RushingWind

    RushingWind Elite Member

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    Yes it's safe but why don't you try BigBuddy or ruoall perhaps?
    They offer quality retention views at very cheap prices :)
     
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    the known Power Member Premium Member

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    Huh? What a joke... My prices are way higher than the fiverr gigs so no, that's not really the reason... I tried being honest here, I also could've said:

    "No, fiverr gigs are crap. They deliver shitty views. Check out my signature". But no, instead I tried being honest and told you to go for the fiverr gigs instead.

    And what do I get in return? A stupid pissed answer from you. Go f*ck yourself really...
     
  9. imperial444

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    With Youtube and Google policy going on these days there is always a risk on your youtube account getting banned.
     
  10. Guerrero

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    Buying views is always risky, plain and simple. If you're doing it, there's a chance you'll get your video removed. The way to mitigate the risk is to carefully select your service providers who have a strong track record and history of delivering without incident. That's one of the purposes these forums serve - the well known providers have threads and you can see a lot of customer feedback in those threads. There are also numerous reviews written in various places in the fourms. Use the search function, invest some time, and stop being such a nasty cry baby to people who take the time to answer your fairly ignorant question (yes, even if they are promoting themselves).
     
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    "Risky" lol.

    I've probably spent $300-$400 on fiver view gigs over the last year and haven't had 1 video or account removed yet.

    However, I do not use adsense, never have, so maybe thats why.
     
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  12. bobsleds

    bobsleds Regular Member

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    yes the adsense is key. google doesnt really seem to care about the non monetized vids so much anymore.
     
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    Without monetization you don't really seem to have a problem.

    Knowing that views is always highly risky (for monetized videos ), what about buying likes/dislikes and channel subscribers ? Do you know if it's equally risky ? Thanks
     
  14. Minor Ursa

    Minor Ursa Newbie

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    My videos were not monetization enabled but they got banned. Its risky to buy views, up and down, left and right.

    You need views that looks natural, and let me know if you find someone who can do that :)
     
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    stharthjw6j BANNED BANNED

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    It's nothing to do with Fiverr, it's more about the seller ON Fiverr. Some are good, some are bad, some of them are actually from this forum, some are independent, and those independent sellers can still be good & bad. So just do some trial and error and see.
     
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    I have had experiences both ways. And I think in the past "safety" used to be different. But you have to remember Google changes all the time. I used Fiverr for views as little as a month ago, for only 1000 views, and had my video banned immediately...and that was with having Adsense disabled. Someone else previously commented that there's probably good providers and bad providers and I'd tend to agree, but I only buy from users with positive reviews and my video was still banned. I think at some point the provider was probably good and then Youtube changed something and now they aren't. It is truly buyer beware. I recommended getting your views ethically. It's pretty easy to do nowadays.

    As a cautionary note, I have used other stimulative services like "ShareYoutubevideos" and have also been screwed and had my video yanked. All over their site, they will tell you "it's safe, it's safe," but written in the fine print of their terms of service it says "use at your own risk" and "XXXX does not give you the right to a refund" and there is even a THREAT in their TOS that says if you try to dispute any charge, they reserve the right to attempt to take down your Youtube channel. Screw that. Avoid these shady companies.