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New way to boost views

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by heatblast227, Mar 14, 2009.

  1. heatblast227

    heatblast227 Newbie

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    I decided to take a new approach at trying to add new views, to my videos. I have an html code that will add at least 50 views a minute. I tested this, and it gets past the frozen views thing. All you need is the embed code. First open Notepad and put the following code in:
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    <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="5">
    put the video embed code of the video you want to increase views on. Add:
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    &autoplay=1
    to the video embed code. Then copy and paste the whole embed code 5-10 times, save the file as and .html. Then open the file with an internet browser. This will refresh your video every 5 seconds, and depending how many video embed codes you have used. Say you pasted the code 10 times, it will refresh 10 of the same video, every 5 seconds.

    *NOTE: make sure you log out when doing this, or it will add up in the section "videos watched:"

    I hope this helps untill we can get a better method other there.
     
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  2. fulcanelli

    fulcanelli Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Did you just take this from wakkaoaka's thread?
     
  3. heatblast227

    heatblast227 Newbie

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    uh no, where is that?
     
  4. Misfire

    Misfire Junior Member

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    Same IP works fine?

     
  5. fulcanelli

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    Nevermind this exact thing was being discussed in another thread but np
     
  6. wakkaoaka

    wakkaoaka BANNED BANNED

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    It aint exactly the same, the only thing similar is the autoplay. this: <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="5"> is good though. But i still dont see it getting through the youtube freeze. Because a refresh is just another view from the same ip. Thanks OP anyways.
     
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    How do i save it as a html file?
     
  8. cyrix

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    I don't think this will work very well as all of those views will be from the same IP address.

    But, if you had a site that was making alot of traffic and you wanted to increase the views for a video you could do a small iframe to your video. Then use javascript to refresh the iframe every 5 seconds or so per visitor. Maybe set a max for 5 views per IP, or a random number between 1-4 to make it look more organic.
     
  9. RedMist

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    Is there a way to mute the sound? Anyone tested this one out properly?
     
  10. worldguy

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    Yeah redmist that's the thing, I posted in the other post, in order to make it effective is to have the code to mute the sound, and also for now it will best to use embedded code on autoplay and set it to 1 verses iframe, which youtube doesn't count at all
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  11. halfalump

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    The answer to the sound question is here:
    Code:
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/youtube/6431-youtube-start-video-mute-my-site.html
     
  12. messi1

    messi1 Regular Member

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    can you post on how the code will look like.

    I think I done it wrong.
    it refresh it, but the video's don't play
     
  13. Paul_X

    Paul_X Newbie

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    The only trouble with this is you have the same referer all the time, which is just as bad as having the same IP all the time, it wouldn't take a genius, or even a YT employee, to spot you had 25,000 views, and 24,500 came from the same webpage, which has a meta refresh tag, and no content, except multiple copies of an autoplaying video, which would result in your video being deleted, and your account suspended, or deleted.

    Further more you do have the IP issue, I think there's a limit of views per-IP (200 seems to ring a bell), so you'd have to keep the page open, and run it on proxies, and change the proxy every 200 views, which with 10 videos, and the page refreshing every 5 seconds, would be every couple of minutes or so, which is a bit of a hassle, for a video that's going to get deleted fairly quickly.

    For short-termism, it might be worth it for some people, but for anyone wanting their videos, or channel, to stay up for a decent length of time, then this isn't what they need.

    You could iframe to help get around that, but I thought I read somewhere that iframe views don't count these days, or don't register properly, so if that's true it wouldn't work.



    [most of the above post is from memory, so some of the details may not be 100% accurate, and/or out of date]
     
  14. themaster1

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    A simple flash button should do the trick for the sound ...i think
     
  15. dropsveter

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    This trick didn*t work for me.