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Question about SEO for YouTube Videos, How Long should you wait before doing SEO?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by the45master, Feb 15, 2014.

  1. the45master

    the45master Registered Member

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    What I mean is, lets say I add all my views, subs, likes and comments first. How many days should I wait first to make sure its not flagged by youtube for the views, before I start spending money on SEO social packages towards the video?

    Cause I added 10K views to a vid one time, and it was up for a week, then flagged. So how long should I wait after the added views, to start doing SEO? So that way I dont waste the money on SEO for nothing.

    Also, can anyone recommend how many packages you should start off with, like is just buying one SEO package from someone here on BHW enough to start? Or should I do multiple services (2-3 packages) like from Fiverr?

    Or would just buying something like this for $5, from BHW be enough, this guy advertises an SEO link thing for $5: blackhatworld (.) com/blackhat-seo/seo-packages/490916-best-link-pyramid-service-2-0-3-tiers-10-platforms-5460-unique-backlinks-only-5-a.html
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  2. Tommy Lawrence

    Tommy Lawrence Senior Member

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    YouTube does not flag videos, it simply removes them and re-uploads them with 0 views in case the algorithm detects view fraud. If all your views are sent without any problems then you're safe.
    Flaggers can strike at any time, especially when you start to rank and give them competition. Just try not to use sketchy tactics like the unlisted method which could attract unwanted attention towards your video.
     
  3. the45master

    the45master Registered Member

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    Okay Thanks. But Im still having trouble knowing what SEO package I should buy, do I need those $200 ones advertised, or will that one I provided the link to be good enough? Those $5-$10 ones?

    Thanks

     
  4. Tommy Lawrence

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    Complex and expensive SEO packages are actually meant for websites NOT YouTube videos. For videos a few backlinking gigs (blog comments, social bookmarks etc.) and social shares, bought from Fiverr or BHW should do the trick
     
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    Difficult to say - 10k views in one hit is going to look a little fishy to YT, which is why I always recommend drip-feeding of some description. I suppose of you really want to be safe, give it 2 weeks before doing any SEO. Given the authority of YT, you don't need to worry too much about overdoing it with backlinks. There's no set number of packages that you need to start off with. In my opinion, I would start of with some social bookmarks (you can get those here from bookmarkhero), then some high pr blog comments, some video backlinks and perhaps some sort of link pyramid that includes web 2.0's and article submissions. Hope that helps :)
     
  6. the45master

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    Is there a specific one you would recommend? Cause I see indianbill007 offering a package specifically for ranking a youtube video for $47, so thats still a lot of $$. But your saying the $5 ones will do just as fine? Cause I also wanted this to rank on google, not just youtube

    http://www.blackhatworld (.) com/blackhat-seo/seo-packages/591279-yourank-dominate-1-rank-youtube-metacafe-google-vimeo-daily-motion.html

     
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  7. Tommy Lawrence

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    I've seen the BST link and it looks like a healthy, all-round and inclusive SEO package for YouTube videos. It's actually an impressive deal for $47 and they do ALL the work for you, though I wonder where they will get the 10,000 views from in these tough days of videos getting banned due to fake views. But if you don't have the $ just go for Fiverr and purchase some 40,000 blog comment backlinks and 1000 social bookmarks for your video
     
  8. the45master

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    Okay yeah $47 is just to much for me, maybe if I get some income going first then Ill use that.

    But okay, so Fiverr > BHW SEO stuff? Alrighty then, Ill buy like two $5 deals from fiver. Hopefully its enough!



     
  9. Tommy Lawrence

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    Remember to use keyword-rich backlinks. You can get keywords (anchor text) using the YouTube Keyword Tool or the Google Keyword Planner.
     
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    Sorry to ask this basic question, but "Remember to use keyword-rich backlinks" as in; give the Fiverr person a keyword to enter in the blog comments when they do my backlinks?

    So if my video is about a Honey Mustard product, tell the Fiverr person to use the keyword "Mustard" ?

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  11. Tommy Lawrence

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6f904snkIM and "Farmhouse Honey Mustard "are BOTH examples of backlinks pointing to the same video but the 2nd backlink is in form of a keyword so it is a much better type. You can use many variations of related keywords to create your backlinks. Ask your Fiverr person he will know what anchor text is, and you can provide him with as many keywords as you like
     
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    Okay, Ill ask them before I buy the package.

    Btw, have u had any issues with comment banning? I was told google did an update recently and banned all the videos and accounts that had bought comments. One of the sellers on BHW had to pause his service. Im hoping I dont get banner, was about to buy 20 comments from fiverr.

    thanks so much
     
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    Ah fudge man! My 25 subscribers that I got from addMefast, Were ALL removed! But yet my videos and channel is still up. Thats not good though, I had only gotten 25 subscribers from addmefast, and now they are all gone. Why is that?


    I wonder if it has to do with the speed I got them, more than the fact of where I got them from?

    I thought add me fast would be all different people subscribing so they would be safe, but maybe I just added them to fast? It was only 25....
     
  14. Tommy Lawrence

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    You can create upto 50 YouTube channels using a single Google account. Use the extra channels to write your OWN comments