Discussion in 'YouTube' started by jimmy506, Oct 20, 2009.
If I am commenting on my other YT videos, do I need a proxy?
Or does youtube look at your IP?
Dude, Youtube is the most visited Site.Even if they have 10K staff, its not possible for them to Ban Profiles based on IP .I made 28 Profiles 1 month ago with Same IP and they are still working hhahahhaha :tee:
I appreciate the help...
I was just looking at "Paid YT Commenting and Views"
There are sites that advertise "$10.00 for 2000 views and comments"
I wonder if this might be a good solution?
Or is it easier to make lots of accounts and vote up your own stuff...
I think 10 Cousins and Friends should save you $10
If you value your accounts you should never share them on the same IP.
You risk them getting banned all in one shot.
If you don't value the accounts and can risk getting that IP banned on youtube you can of course just go ahaid.
I have around 500 YT accounts, all created with the same IP on the same day. Had them for a year now and no problems. I think problems arrive if people report you for constant spam:
If you create 1000 profiles and spam porn links then you risk someone checking out the ip and banner the lot. If you create 100 profiles and use them to rate and comment on your own videos you'll be totally fine. Youtube has way bigger fish to fry.
i use proxy simply for protection
Personally at this point i've realized accounts get banned daily. I went from using around 200-400 a day in rotation, to 50-100 a day due to the massive bans going on. This way instead of loosing 400 accounts at once, i only loose 100.
I do believe they have further improved they're detection system, seeing how proxy's dont help the cause now - from personal experience, all accounts we'll get banned if used in a chain/row.
spamming will get all your accounts blocked, maybe your IP will be blacklisted
I appreciate the help!
...and yea, 100 account would be more than enough.
I really only need about 25
Do you think adding 1 comment per account, per day would be a good strategy?
The one thing about protecting yourself is simply this... DO IT. Cover your tracks and move your IDs around. And the advice given above is sound, mixed opinions of course, so maybe do a little of both and see what works best.
Yes and no.
It depends upon how many profiles you're planning on making. When I was a noob (its all relative I know), I made a dozen or so profiles from the same IP address. Back then, I had no idea what a proxy even was. I was like a little kid who had never tasted candy before. All comments/ratings/favs I made showed up. Of course, that was a while back. Even one of my recent CL strategies have been foiled. So it could be possible that youtoob shaped up and got their act together as well.
Just use a proxy to create a profile and comment on and you should have absolutely no problamos.
Hope this helps.
Since I really don't know too much about this, can I outsource some commenting safely?
I've seen $15.00 for 2000 views with comments. Is this a good alternative?
Yup I've had different situations when they would blacklist my ip - yet the accounts would still run. Other times both would be banned xD
It's all about how much you spam - i take my accounts for the full run because in the end they will get banned no matter what
2000 comments? hell yeah.
I'm sorry if you're trying to get this guy banned, but they do have computers to do these kind of things nowadays, you know. It's a lot easier when you don't have to deal with all the paperwork, going through stacks of youtube files and carefully noting everything down with ink and goose feathers.
It was something like 2000 views and 50 comments.
Anyway, I need to get some view somehow.
You can definitely outsource this. Just dont pay until there is proof that they actually did what you told them to do.
Is that guy whos selling comments/views still around? I thought he closed up shop a while back...
why to take risks? u can use free available proxies...now a days all are getting crazy.
I used to do that but my girlfriend still got pregnant!
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