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Some questions for the youtube veterans

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by blackx, Jul 28, 2012.

  1. blackx

    blackx Registered Member

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    Hi there,

    I've recently been experimenting in the Youtube - CPA deal, and had a couple of questions. Don't flame me please because I've spent some time for searching around and couldn't adequate answers to these questions, so please bare with a newbie in this field:

    1) Can we use public proxies for managing different youtube accounts? Also, since I've never used proxies by myself before, how slow would it get to upload a video on a public proxy?

    2) Uploading music to file ice / share cash / adscend and then promoting the DL in youtube. Does that work or we face a risk of ban immediately?

    Thanks in advance for your help. :)
     
  2. tchashow

    tchashow Power Member

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    I'm pretty sure most if not all public proxies are blacklisted. And upload speed is not determined by the proxy itself but your ISP. I wouldn't recommend using public proxies. Just use a VPN like Hide My Ass and if you can't afford that then just use your own ip.

    And no you do not risk getting banned from youtube for uploading music to file ice or sharecash and placing the link in your description. You may be banned if the video you upload contains copyrighted music but just try to stay under the radar as much as possible. Using public proxies is definitely going to get you banned tho.
     
  3. blackx

    blackx Registered Member

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    That makes sense. But how many accounts would be okay per ip address. Also, I have a dynamic ip from my isp so if I clear cookies and reconnect everytime with a new ip, there won't be a risk of getting banned for having multiple accounts right?
     
  4. EmpireQuality

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    yea, your dynamic ip should be perfectly fine for multiple accounts by re-connecting.
    you always face a risk of being banned by uploading music videos, but it might not be immediately though.