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VPN, Proxy or something else for YT upload?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by smra9, Nov 1, 2012.

  1. smra9

    smra9 Newbie

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    Hi, i have bought PVA YT accounts and nVPN service for youtube uploading but after trying it my accounts got disabled. What do you guys use for video uploading? Thanks for your responces
     
  2. YouFeelMeDawg?

    YouFeelMeDawg? BANNED BANNED

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    Why don't you tell us the real problem. Based on your OP we have no clue as to what got your accounts disabled. Were your accounts destined to get banned regardless of the vpn you were using? or were your videos in the youtube watchlist as many movie niches are that will get your accounts banned in a few hours to a couple of days? or is your vpn already blacklisted by youtube.

    Most people will tell you get private proxies, shared proxies, good accounts etc. Those are very vague responses you are going to get, because if people were all of the sudden saying specifics of what account provider/how to create accounts efficiently and who has the best proxies then it would be as if the posters were shooting themselves on the foot.

    You have to try different accounts providers, different proxies, vpn and even different mass uploaders before you can get comfortable and get an idea of what works or not.

    Personally I wouuld just buy another batch of accts from someone else and try with your vpn provider before switching, then rinse and repeat vice versa with everything else
     
  3. cricket1

    cricket1 Senior Member

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    When using separate YT accounts it is best to use private proxies (usually sold at $2/each) because that way no other people will be using the same IP address thus your YT accounts should remain untouched.

    Just remember to clear all the data that can be used to track you such as cookies, flash cookies, cache, user agents etc.
    Personally I use a software called CCleaner and Firefox with Proxy Tool plugin installed (can clear all cookies and even spoof user agent).

    Also, buy your accounts from reliable sources.