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Looking to Mass Upload to Youtube. Is MVB Even Worth Trying Anymore?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by xxf8xx, Oct 3, 2012.

  1. xxf8xx

    xxf8xx Supreme Member

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    I'm very close to buying MVB and a VPS to get things rocking. I'm looking to upload 500-1000 videos/day. Just checked out the thread and it looks like there are a lot of problems with it these days.

    Probably going to try it out and just get a refund if it's broken, just though I'd ask first to save me some headaches.

    Has anybody had success with MVB lately? Any alternatives (other than manually uploading that many videos)?

    Cheers,
    xxf8xx
     
  2. dragonnet

    dragonnet Registered Member

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    In short: MVB is good software,regurarly updated,i have it installed on VPS,multiple instances of the program running (uploading) at once and everything is fine.The main thing is to create quality channels (i use private proxies),back them up with subscribers and just mass upload all videos that you got.I reckon that when you mass uploads you should bang the hell out of it because my 100-200 videos per Accounts die faster than my 2000 videos per Account.Some off-topics there but MVB is a good one and its up to you how you gonna master the rest of YT biz...Have a nice uploading mate :D
     
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    xxf8xx Supreme Member

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    100-200 videos/account? Really? I was thinking like, 3/acc. How do you not get banned instantly from uploading that many to one account? Seems crazy.
     
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    Recent results: 10 YT accounts on private proxies with aprox 150-200 videos per account uploaded in a single run (10 MVB instances running,no API) survived for a month,while 1 yt account from my french VPS ip with 2000 videos is month and a half old and its online now in a very saturated niche.There's a multitude of channels with even 10000+ videos which are alive and going for 3-4 months maybe more in most obvious CPA production with mediafrire link or just with CPA link without even shortening.Its crazy like that,but you should make your own drill with 3 videos per account and see hows that gonna work but simultaneously you should try to maximize with MVB.Just my two cents..