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What does Youtube look at when it comes to likes?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by ilovefatcats, Sep 29, 2013.

  1. ilovefatcats

    ilovefatcats Newbie

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    I understand sometimes accounts can get frozen trying to like with accounts even with new ips. I will like a video at the library then use a seperate account and like a video at home and it will not move up even refreshing the video page. Sometimes when I like a video it will unlike itself. What do they look at? DNS number, different screen resolutions?
     
  2. esolution

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    That is a combination of factors/parameters that google take in to account. Just watch the http requests when you like the video and experiment a lot. Anyway, if you use an account many times and change the proxy, that account will loose the value in googles eyes until eventually they will ask for phone verification. You need to keep using the same proxy with the same account for long periods of time. Also if your account or proxy get soft flagged then you will get no results when doing some stuff on yt (like, comments likes and so on). Usually proxies get cleaned after a week or so but the accounts is better to let them longer to "cool down".