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Manually Commenting on Youtube - Is it Worth it?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by irishandproud, Oct 7, 2011.

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  1. irishandproud

    irishandproud Registered Member

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    Now that virtually all the Comment voting softwares have gone, is it possible to Bank solely from Manually commenting on youtube vids, and then voting them up? Anyone doing this? Anyone still doing youtube?
     
  2. izSpK

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    In your title it says commenting, but the thread itself you are talking about comment voting. Those are two completely different things.

    Anyhow, it is not worth it, as you need to at least log in into 15 accounts and vote up a comment. If you have the time, go for it, but if you want do it efficiently, I would look into getting a comment rater coded by a freelance company or something. At the worst, I would hire somebody to do this for me (manually).

    Anyone still doing youtube? - Yeah, lots of us are still doing YouTube, but commenting is more for the people with the tools. Comment spamming can be done by anyone, but comment is more "quality > quantity". I did a test: I commented on two very similar videos with similar traffic. I did 1 comment with 26 thumbs up, I got 3120 clicks in 1 hour, and the other video I spammed and got 76 clicks. I can easily say what is best now.
     
  3. raicha101

    raicha101 Junior Member

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    Do a manual test first.
    Track with bit.ly, if you don't get any conversions at first don't be upset because traffic is what matter. There will be someone who will want to buy your traffic even if it's spam. I'm talking about email submits & toolbar downloads. Once you know how the things work, make a tool to automate that process. Profit
     
  4. irishandproud

    irishandproud Registered Member

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    What about putting the url in the comment? is it better to put the channel url, or direct url to offer? I am testing at present with very little results, but I aim to keep at it. Also, do people use a Gateway, or target niche specific countries?
     
  5. Ranger11

    Ranger11 Regular Member

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    To be honest, I did that for about a month before i found bots, I made a helper though (types login info for me, navigates to videos, etc.) to move a bit faster, I'd get about $10 - $20 a day for 2 - 3 days then i have to comment and thumbs up again.

    Also note, I used 12 accounts manually made, They never got banned till i used them on bots :(

    And in the comments i said "This doesn't work, fake cheap blah blah.... Watch this video (my youtube video link)"

    The video is still up getting like 0 - 1 click a day lol.
     
  6. Frankie4Fingers

    Frankie4Fingers Power Member

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    What does exactly mean you spammed the other video? Did you post the same comment over and over?

    Thanks. Oh, look at the PM inbox. :yumyum:
     
  7. izSpK

    izSpK BANNED BANNED

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    Use a spinned comment and post over and pover, correct.
     
  8. Bashful_Asian

    Bashful_Asian Newbie

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    I tried this before YouTube made us assign emails to our accounts and it was still slow. Not worth it