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Tips On Keeping Your Youtube Account Alive Longer

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by acapitalTee, Oct 26, 2013.

  1. acapitalTee

    acapitalTee Power Member

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    So I'm writing this thread because I see a lot of people talking about how hard it is to keep youtube accounts alive and I am having some success at keeping my accounts alive longer. A few days ago I was having trouble keeping the accounts alive but I discovered why they were being deleted so I figured I'd share my process.


    1) Pay attention to what message is shown after your video is taken down.


    If is says:
    A) This video has been removed because it's content violated Youtubes's Terms of Service


    If your video was removed by youtube and it was within a couple hours of uploading it, you probably are leaving footprints behind.


    Make sure you are using good proxies or VPN, clearing ALL cookies including flash cookies and history.


    Everyone has their own method of doing this. I use Firefox portable and CCleaner with a VPN in Private mode with customized settings to not save anything.


    Every time I create a youtube account or upload a video, I run CCleaner, Get a New IP, Run Firefox Portable Installation and then open a private brower. I then use tracemyip.org to make sure I am connected to VPN.


    If your video is removed by youtube and it was after a few days/ weeks, that's just apart of the youtube game, suck it up, and upload more videos. If your content violated the terms and conditons of youtube, you should expect it to be taken down eventually. Although it may not always be removed, you should expect it to be.




    B) This video has been removed as a violation of Youtube's policy against spam, scams, and commercially deceptive content.


    If your video was removed with this message then it was most likely your competitors flagging you. So you have to make it harder for them to find your videos.


    Using link shorteners in your description (or no link at all), varying your description and not targeting the first page until you have a solid foundation for your video will all help.


    A solid foundation is determined on what niche you are in. If in a highly competitive niche, make sure you have a significant amount of views, likes, subscribers and an aged account will definitely help. All natural looking of course. You want to make youtube believe you have a growing channel so they will not suspend you over a few flags.




    C) This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by [**Insert Third Party Company Name**]


    If a third party company removed your video , there's really nothing you can do. Most likely you uploaded copyrighted content and if you didn't it was because you advertised it to be copyrighted content.


    If uploading audio, you can change the pitches of the voice to bypass the filters. Video is a lot harder, depending on what it is sometimes you can cut off some of the video and it can go undetected.


    D) This video is no longer available because the youtube account associated with this video has been terminated

    I'm not too sure about this particular message but I only seen this message when I bought accounts and when I receive 3 copyright strikes against my accounts. So if you are getting this message and you are buying accounts, stop buying them because they are bad. Or if you are creating your own accounts, either your ip's or phone numbers you are verifying with are bad.




    2) Make your account as natural looking as possible


    A) Watch and like videos. Subscribe to channels and comment.


    If you want youtube to believe you aren't spam you have to act like you aren't. A newly created account with 5 videos uploaded to it and no videos watched looks spammy don't ya think? I mean c'mon the main reason people use youtube is to watch videos so at minimum you should do that with each of your accounts.


    B) Don't upload your video the same day that you create the account.


    I wait at least a week to upload videos. I don't really have any concrete evidence that this helps but I'm pretty sure the majority of regular youtube users don't upload videos the same day they create the account. I know I didn't when I created my account


    C) Add a profile picture, description and header to your account.

    It doesn't have to relate to your niche either. I usually find pictures from twitter just because the people look normal not like photoshopped goddesses. And something simple for the description like hobbies or interests.



    Ok so that is all I can think of right now. Some of the things may seem a little time consuming and frankly, IT IS, but it is worth it in my opinion.

    I hope this helps someone
     
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  2. zmijatalas

    zmijatalas Newbie

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    Great post, but i'd like to add something about copyright material. You will increase your chances of not getting video removed if you put "Company's name" (c) in description.
     
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    best tips ever in this topic
    this thread in bookmark now
    thank you very much
     
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    where to find this copyright materiel please ?
     
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    Was searching for this glad you created this thread OP :)
     
  6. acapitalTee

    acapitalTee Power Member

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    I think he means something like "No Copyright Infringement Intended. All Rights Reserved by [**Insert 3rd Party Company name" "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use"

    I've tried doing it before and it didn't really make that much of a difference but it probably depends on what niche you are in.
     
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    Great post.
    Thanks.
     
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    good post for noobs .

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  9. acapitalTee

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    You're welcome :)

    Glad you found it useful :)

    Thanks

    I know most of this stuff may seem like common sense or common knowledge but I know a lot of people don't do these steps. One of the steps I listed stopped my accounts from getting banned by implementing it which is the reason I created the thread. So glad it helpful to some
     
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    bookmarked thanks for nice tips
     
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    Thanks for this. I really appreciate it.
    I really don't know why some competitors are crazy. They take their time flagging videos instead of moving on and ranking their videos. They don't know that I still have my backup video file.
     
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    Where you buy your VPN?? It will be helpful..
     
  13. acapitalTee

    acapitalTee Power Member

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    You're welcome. I'm glad you found it useful

    Yes I know I wish flagging system was removed. That would be great. I hope you rerender your backup video each time before you reupload it so youtube won't detect it as the same video.

    I'm sorry I won't give out the one I use because then it would be overly abused. Just test different VPN's until you find one that works. That is what I did.
     
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    D) This video is no longer available because the youtube account associated with this video has been terminated.

    Hi there, Today I got the above sentence when I tried the to see my Youtube video.It was my second video that got that problem in these 2 months while I had just these 2 videos! I even don't know what's the problem so that I fix it for the third video I want to launch?!How to exactely find what was wrong? Ho can I contact to google to ask them what was wrong with my video please?Thanks
     
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    acapitalTee Power Member

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    The ip or phone number that you made the accounts with were probably bad. Did you use the same ip/ phone number on both accounts?
    Most likey your video violated youtube's ToS which is why it was removed in the first place.
     
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    This is a great share. Will be very helpful for what I'm working on. Thanks
     
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    nice share OP :) ...keep sharing such stuff with us ;)
     
  19. epilot

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    Hi Buddy,

    Thank you so much for your response.

    To be honnest I used k7.net instead of giving my real phone NO to generate the needed code. Are you sure that google checks the phone No'ssomehow?! It is strange.
    What is a bad IP please?

    I am wondering why Google does not tell me what's exactly wrong so that I do not do it once again?! Can you please let me know how did you notice that those 2 problems (ie bad IP and phone NO) may cause such a problem please?