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Profitable Youtube Acc Banned! HELP PLEASE.

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by johnnierush102, Apr 9, 2014.

  1. johnnierush102

    johnnierush102 Newbie

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    Hello,
    I have YT account with around 15 videos, all filled with HR views and likes (some money and time were invested in this!), but yesterday I got 4th complain about copyrights and of course BAN.

    So, now my plan is to buy 15 phone verified accounts and upload same videos in each particular acc. So 1 video per acc, this make me sure if I get ban 1 video go out, I don't care.

    Is that plan ok? What do you think? Can I upload same videos, from banned account to new ones and of course change title and description a little?

    I saw also tips from @Hackalogue to prevent ban:

    Thanks a lot!
     
  2. Hackalogue

    Hackalogue Registered Member

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    You're welcome :)

    And yea you should be fine uploading your old videos to your new channels. However if you don't own the rights to the videos the same thing may happen again.

    That being said, just be careful how much you invest. You want to be making a profit, not a loss from mass bans :S
     
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  3. twitter.followers

    twitter.followers Elite Member

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    Just make sure you don't login to all the 15 accounts from the same IP.

    And since now the video has been removed, you may upload it again using a different account but ensure to change the title, description and tags properly to be on the safe side. That's it! You're good to go now.
     
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  4. johnnierush102

    johnnierush102 Newbie

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    Thanks a lot!

    Yea, my only problem was copyrights, I am in gaming niche and usually include some trailers into videos and gets copyrights error. Is there any way to avoid that or replace that with something similar for what I would not get copyright error?
     
  5. Hackalogue

    Hackalogue Registered Member

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    Yeah, if you get the "third party" notification on your video manager, just click "acknowledge" this is basically saying that you're not trying to gain credit for that section of content in the video.

    If you're getting strikes, that's pretty crazy and I've not really encountered that before. I guess you could try appealing them.

    In future either put a little disclaimer in the video description with links to the gaming company who produced the trailer that you've included.
     
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  6. johnnierush102

    johnnierush102 Newbie

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    Yea, it is crazy lol :)

    Can you show me some example how disclaimer in video description looks like?

    Thanks!
     
  7. Hackalogue

    Hackalogue Registered Member

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    Unfortunately I can't :S I haven't had it for about a year now as I've been inactive a bit on youtube.

    However just state that you don't claim credit for all of the content used,

    then like list the company/developer/brand names which you've used content from :)