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I've been using Adrian's Reupload method (well, the method is not his, but I first encountered it reading his post) in the past and made from $100 to $250 per month in 2016 and 2017. I only had one account on Xvideos and had over 600 videos on it!

At the time, I didn't realize they have three strike - ban policy, but my account lasted for over 2 years without getting banned. I had around 40M views in total. My niche was cam (not that original, LOL).

Then I got banned from Xvideos and my CR account was soon banned too, not sure why, perhaps low impressions, idk.

I've paused this method for more than half year and decided to have a go again. I've made 4 accounts on Xvideos (using proxies) and I have around 100 daily clicks on Crakrevenue, but it's not converting nearly as it used to. I've started out with Chaturbate and made $50 in a month from their revshare offers. I switched to CR as I thought they would have better conversions since their largets adult affiliate network, but I have $1 from 505 total clicks. It's a lot worse than my first go on CrakRevenue.

Moreover, one of my Xvideos got the second strike and will probably get banned soon and I'm uploading just amateur videos, so it's pretty discouraging right now.

Any advice? Suggestion?
 

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Hi! It still works perfect. One promblem for me - ALL my accounts get banned by xvideos( even if i'm using proxy(
 

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CrakRevenue has been problematic for me as well these past 3 months. I'll probably stick with it for a month or two more because everything was fine for more than 2 years prior to this, and if nothing changes I'll look for alternatives.
 

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Hi! It still works perfect. One promblem for me - ALL my accounts get banned by xvideos( even if i'm using proxy(

Hi, glad to hear someone's making it now. Well, not for the second part, yeah Xvideos has got much more strict than it was a few years back and they'll ban you for three strikes. That'd be pretty quickly unless you try to find super amateur / homemade videos. Videos these days have digital fingerprint so it's easy for both adult porn site companies and cammers (some) to find their original content. Proxies won't change much, just keep an eye on your e-mail for complaints and notices.

What is your traffic niche (if it's not a secret)? How many daily impressions? What types of offers? Which payout type (PPL, Revshare or PPS)? EPC?

Haha working perfect just nothing works because accounts banned - nice ;D

Yeah, that was my first thought LOL. Everything is working except the main source of traffic. :D
 

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CrakRevenue has been problematic for me as well these past 3 months. I'll probably stick with it for a month or two more because everything was fine for more than 2 years prior to this, and if nothing changes I'll look for alternatives.

I'm not alone then, yeah, it's been like that for me too. I've tried their several offers, but nothing works. Maybe their referral links are so obvious for anyone to subscribe. I'd never say Chaturbate would outperform them, but it does.
 

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I have a question. How can xvideos detect copyright videos?
 

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What is your traffic niche (if it's not a secret)? How many daily impressions? What types of offers? Which payout type (PPL, Revshare or PPS)? EPC?
registration on dating sites. daily i got 20-100 clicks and ratio 1:6 - 1:18 average
 

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Worked in 2013... worked in 2017... still works in 2018... will be working until 2025 for sure.
 

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I have a question. How can xvideos detect copyright videos?

They can, but they usually don't do that themselves. Owner of the video reports it and if they have evidence the video is theirs, you get the strike.

If you're interested in the technology they use, you can read more by going to Xvideos content protection or Wiki page digital video footprint. Sorry, can't post links yet.

registration on dating sites. daily i got 20-100 clicks and ratio 1:6 - 1:18 average

Nice, decent stats, maybe cams are affected more than other niches.

Worked in 2013... worked in 2017... still works in 2018... will be working until 2025 for sure.

Right, yeah, I know it worked previously, but I'm seeing an obvious drop even with targetted keywords, niche, offers, etc. I've now switched to a white label. Will see how that works out.
 

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Hi, glad to hear someone's making it now. Well, not for the second part, yeah Xvideos has got much more strict than it was a few years back and they'll ban you for three strikes. That'd be pretty quickly unless you try to find super amateur / homemade videos. Videos these days have digital fingerprint so it's easy for both adult porn site companies and cammers (some) to find their original content. Proxies won't change much, just keep an eye on your e-mail for complaints and notices.

What is your traffic niche (if it's not a secret)? How many daily impressions? What types of offers? Which payout type (PPL, Revshare or PPS)? EPC?



Is there any way to remove that digital print in the video in order to do not let realize the video was uploaded ?

Let's suppose I made that video and I have uploaded it into a porn sharing platform and then I want to upload it into pornhub also.
How does pornhub realize that video has not made by me?
 

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I've noticed the same thing. The new accounts are getting banned fast.
 

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well said. people will always watch porn. we need just change offers or other option

Of course, but I guess people are not falling for the same trick as much as they used too. I'm not looking for a way to always use the same strategy, time and time again, in fact, I changed so many variables (offers, landing pages, creatives, etc.).
Is there any way to remove that digital print in the video in order to do not let realize the video was uploaded ?

Let's suppose I made that video and I have uploaded it into a porn sharing platform and then I want to upload it into pornhub also.
How does pornhub realize that video has not made by me?

I'm not sure how it can be achieved, or if it can actually. Older versions of video protection worked based on audio fingerprint (YouTube used this too), but these new ones work on both video and audio fingerprints.

I think it can be achieved by cropping some pixels of the video or adding empty canvas to the video. I saw several PROFESSIONAL (Brazzers, Naughty America, etc productions) videos that are cropped in this way and have millions of views and still not getting banned. You can do this using Adobe AE or Premiere surely, but also Filmora or something like that.

If the video is actually your video, they can't do anything about it. If it's not your video, either adult filmmaking company or model's lawyers can trace their content (IDK how, but they obvs have algorithms to do that) and they'll send the complaint to the site where you've uploaded it. Most of these sites will not ignore DMCA because these are large sites and must comply with rightful owners.

I've noticed the same thing. The new accounts are getting banned fast.

Yeah, it's definitely the case, they never had policies this strict in the past. Or content protection algorithms are getting better, who knows.
 

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I've noticed the same thing. The new accounts are getting banned fast.
I have the same issue, accounts are getting deleted pretty fast and it has nothing to do with DMCA. IF anybody finds a solution, it would make me very happy :)
 

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Do you guys recommend this method? Or for more long-term business opening a website would be more logical?
 

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500 uniques 0 leads
you can spend your time better
 

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It does work, you just have to tweak it :D

I'd ask how, but since you're...banned...no point. :D

Do you guys recommend this method? Or for more long-term business opening a website would be more logical?

If you're going to start your own porn site, you'd have to invest a bit more money, as well as your time. If you can code (like me), that can help you spend less money, but it'll take more time. But, again, you'd have to target specific niche because it's difficult in general niche with all those major players. You'd also have to bring traffic to your site either by free methods that are more time-consuming or through ads. It depends on how much you're willing to invest.

500 uniques 0 leads
you can spend your time better

Yup, at this rate, it's definitely a waste of time. But I'm aware people still have decent earnings from this method, so I'll keep working on it a bit more and if it doesn't yield any results, I'll switch to something else.
 
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