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Likes locking at around 60 if sending fast?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by delboytrotter, Dec 21, 2012.

  1. delboytrotter

    delboytrotter Registered Member

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    They seem to have changed the algorithms in the likes area too. Im getting a few videos in which the likes stop registering after 50-80 likes IF SENDING THEM REASONABLY FAST. I use addmefast at 10 points, which sends them at a quick rate. Anyone else having this issue?

    It could also be a case that the new rules are monitoring the hit and run of likes.
    Addmefast users dont watch the video...they get on the page and "like". The reasoning by youtube could be "how can they know they "like" it if they dont watch it? MUST BE A BOT!!"
     
  2. realcases

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    i noted that likes from addmefast become more slow=(
     
  3. tempguy123

    tempguy123 Regular Member

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    Let me help you out real quick.

    The reason your theory is false is for several reasons
    (1) Mobile users often have the ability to like a video before it has been viewed, or after, but NOT during a video. Through the mobile links, users are able to like videos without the need to view it.

    (2) YouTube's OFFICIAL API TOOL gives people the ability to mass like/indirectly like. If they didn't WANT people using that function for that reason, they would have coded it differently.

    (3) Viewing a video, hitting like and then leaving isn't botting one bit, that is probably the most legitimate unethical way to gain a like. Though youtube can track which country a like has come from, it is not to say "30 seconds or less and you can't rate the video".

    A part of me thinks that youtube will resort to "You can rate the video AFTER it has been viewed" or something ridiculous like that