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This guys view bot still works...

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by FearedPixel, Jun 14, 2012.

  1. FearedPixel

    FearedPixel Registered Member

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    Hunt this bastard down and find out what he is using! youtube/thezrhino (he is getting his views from facebook and twitter meaning a refferel bot still exists)
     
  2. the known

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    Lol, there are lots of private methods that still work dude :p It's just that this noobish public method is now gone for the public / gaming kids, which makes this forum a lot cleaner.

    Now there are only the highly experienced people left (who've worked hard on getting views to work) who have working 'view methods', just how it's supposed to be :D
     
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  3. FearedPixel

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    You act as if this is the end of our public view bot. Sure maybe this version, but a new one always comes around.
     
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    the known Power Member Premium Member

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    Yes of course... And then this forum will be messed up again until it gets patched. YouTube always screws around with their view methods. Maybe this RTSP thing will work again for a few days in a couple of weeks/months....
     
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    YouTube are dumb fucks. I wouldn't be surprised if there are like 10 more working methods out there.

    It's unfortunate that YouTube hires the wrong people.
     
  6. KnightsTempler

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    I aint complaining haha:)
     
  7. tempguy123

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    What, youtube aren't dumb and the main reason people were botting was because there was an easy to use bot which was created by a brilliant coder who understood the youtube system (90% of people using that bot probably dont). They way youtube works isn't as simplistic as some may think and im sure youtube hire an amazing staff whos best interest is to help the community (not BHW).
     
  8. Frankie4Fingers

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    I read an article somewhere where it stated that YT has a limited interest in stopping botting altoghether, and it made totally sense. Of course, when shit hits the fan like it happened with mobile views bot, they have to do something because things went out of hand with CPA and other uber shitty videos infesting the charts.

    But they are totally ok with botting videos with a certain degree of quality, since creating YT personalities brings them a lot of benefits. In fact, if you check the stats of the most known Youtubers (when they are not private at least - and that already should tell you something), especially in their older videos you'll see that in most cases something fishy is going on.
     
  9. Dark Lord

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    Precisely. After all, a view is a view and it helps YTs bottom line and bragging rights. It's only when a "one button, click here" bot is released to the kiddies and general public must YT take action to thwart the negative publicity. Otherwise, its business as usual. :cool:
     
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  10. tempguy123

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    At the early stages of YouTube back in 2004, I would have said this is right. But now, YouTube deal with advertisement and a frequent amount of money is transferred around YouTube, they have to make sure they are still making a reasonable profit and if people bot, what is happening is that fraud occurs as well as the disinterest from advertising companies with youtube. I could go on forever but meh.
     
  11. Frankie4Fingers

    Frankie4Fingers Power Member

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    Until some weeks ago, no ads was showing for mobile views, so there were no risk at all of fraud. I'd say Youtube has been ok with this at least until last year, and if you don't want believe me, check the public stats of some of the bigger Youtubers (as I told in another thread SteveKardynal is a good example). This is a fact, not speculations.
     
  12. PinguSpy

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    wrong thread

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  13. Fastviews

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    And offcourse at some majore youtubers there is also no statics at all, some even shut down the comments section
     
  14. tempguy123

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    The only ads I see on mobile is on the homepage and thats a banner, I have yet to see advertisements on actual videos. And you guessing that YouTube as a whole were allowing people to bot is anything but a fact. Just because bigger youtubers may have the majority of their videos can mean 1 of 2 things.

    1) Their video is being botted either by themselves or one of their 1,000,000 subscribers
    2) They are legitimate

    Personally, it may seem more like the 2nd option, this is because people are starting to use mobile devices such as ipods, ipads, gaming consoles to view videos other than a computer. But who knows.
     
  15. FearedPixel

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    This is true but the mobile views that famous youtubers are getting are far greater then the views they get from subscribers/referrals etc.(people on the computer) Also, its sad to see people abuse the public bot (magicviews) because it the intern hurts people like me who are using it just to bot 1k views per video. My videos are quality as well. I put a lot of time into them. Too bad :/
     
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    So many methods pal, mobile, fb/tww refer, xxx, xxx, xxx, xxx.
     
  17. tempguy123

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    Well like I said, just because it is the majority of their views doesn't mean a thing. A lot of people are moving to mobile devices to view webpages, not everyone bots and you must be in some deep-thought to think everyone botted their way to the top.

    There isn't a massive difference in the majority of "upper up" Youtubers, mobile views would be at 50,000, subs would be at 40,000, facebook would be at 20,000, twitter would be at 5,000 and then relevant video suggestions. And personally, im glad magicviews is patched. Saying you make good content is being arrogant, if your content is decent, advertise it around, get ACTUAL people to view it, either through those free view services or payment (doesn't matter), the point is, botting views doesn't help and there is PLENTY more methods out there. At least when a wide variety of people watch your video, you have a CHANCE that someone may leave feedback, with botted views, there is 0% chance because all views are coming from you.

    Clearly you are lying about putting 1k views on your videos, how will that bring any sort of traffic? Especially with the amount of people who bot literally 500,000 over night, beating you in ranking. Upload videos because you want to, not because you want publicity. What has the community turned into?
     
  18. Chris7up

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    From my experience, botting my high quality content videos work out a lot better then botting spam videos or some of the stupid things you see some kids botting to the front page. The views allow my videos to rank very high, especially with popular/trending topics which leads to actual feedback, comments, ratings, and most importantly, subscribers. I've also sold 100+ t-shirts, mp3s and have gained over 5,000 subs so far within my first month. Unfortunately i can't afford to get my video 1,000,000 views everytime i create a new one (weekly basis) so i just hold on to them until i have saved enough pay checks in order to pay someone to provide them for me.

    The famous YouTubers who have used view botting have set them selves up to earn a lot more revenue in the long run. View bot highly quality content enough times until you don't need to. You've then developed a fan base (subscribers) through your botted videos to the point where you gain actual viewers from your content. Plenty of top million+ subscribed YouTubers have done this and some wouldn't have gotten to where they're at without it. There's a couple people on YouTube here and there that with enough exposure could definitely be a top "Famous" YouTuber. I find myself being one of them.

    It takes more then just knowing how to code a bot at that point. It takes creativity. Which is why some sellers only sell views and very few sellers use it to grow or start their own YouTube channel. The "Famous" YouTubers who do/did pay to view bot their videos saw it as an investment that eventually did pay off in the long run.

    It just sucks when some people abuse tools like this when if used correctly could benefit everyone.
     
  19. mytimetoshine

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    i agree @ chris
     
  20. GlobalP

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    Indeed, I probably view the most videos on my youtube app on my iPhone just laying in bed bored occasionally. I also almost always check my email from my phone so that says a lot for email marketing.