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Multiple video upload, some questions

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by Th0rr, Nov 3, 2012.

  1. Th0rr

    Th0rr Regular Member

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    Hi everyone,

    I've been experiencing with youtube and I have a few questions :

    1) Let's say you have 20 videos about 20 different products, do you upload each of them in a different account with a different IP ?
    2) If you have one video that you want to use to target different keyword, do you upload each of them on different account ? how do you upload them so they don't get flagged for being duplicated ? do you shorten the video a little bit and upload it for every keyword ?

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  2. Th0rr

    Th0rr Regular Member

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    Any thoughts ? :D
     
  3. startcut

    startcut Newbie

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    Hi.

    If you want to hit multiple keywords, you're going to have to make each video slightly different. Not only the visual, but also change the background music/audio.

    Thankfully a simple solution exists. You can add a unique pre-roll animation / title screen before each video, as simple as a coloured background with some text. This helps protect against duplicate videos.

    If you have multiple videos to upload I suggest using either Startcut or (Tubemogul's) Oneload. That way it gets on multiple networks simultaneously anyway.

    If it's 20 different videos, uploading on a single IP is fine.
     
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  4. qrazy

    qrazy Senior Member

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    There's no straight answer to this. You have to try different combinations to see which method works well.

    1. Upload different videos to different accounts (use individual IP for each account)
    2. Upload all the videos to one separate account, if the video content is unique.

    if the video content is not unique use windows movie maker to insert an image and a transition in the beginning of the video and also in the end of the video to make it unique.
     
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  5. allby

    allby Junior Member

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    I usually upload 5 videos per account. This way you are save when some of your accounts are deleted.