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SYV doesn't work well for me only?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by Cewgg, Feb 7, 2013.

  1. Cewgg

    Cewgg Regular Member

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    Currently I encountered some problems with SYV ( share youtube videos ) software.
    I putted for about 50-70 credits on several videos before 48 hours or maybe more and I see only 30 views. It can't be like that, because on they're software is writed that mobile views are over-delivered for alot.
    Is anyone else is having problems with them?

    Thanks.
     
  2. Alonzzo

    Alonzzo Newbie

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    It's working for me , but do you really think that those views will help you to rank better ?
     
  3. duck_prince

    duck_prince Regular Member

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    working for me.
    You should use: SYV + Vagex
     
  4. sn0rt

    sn0rt Elite Member

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    SYV is nowhere where it used to be. Seems like the owner stopped working on improving the software and keeping up with youtube's updates..
     
  5. the known

    the known Power Member Premium Member

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    Nope, youtube just filtered it like it is now. I'm planning on increasing the number of credits that can be earned ;)
     
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  6. Fxbob

    Fxbob Junior Member

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    Any network will dry out at some point; that's why I abandoned a similar idea (MagicCloud). IPs are the blood of the network and most internet connections have static ips (or a limited pool of ips) that are gonna be used over and over again by the same users. To keep the network alive you would constantly need new blood; it's more of a marketing challenge than a technical one. The technical challenge is simply to exclude over-used ips before they become obsolete and start sucking the resources of the network without giving anything in return; consequently burning more fresh ips (which in turn will burn more fresh ips); the marketing challenge is to keep selling the system to more people to maintain a steady flow of fresh blood into the network.
     
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