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Youtube Acc Terminated - Staying under the Radar? Tips? Avoiding being flagged?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by housemusic, Jul 9, 2011.

  1. housemusic

    housemusic Regular Member

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    hi guys
    i spent the past month uploading videos promoting cpa offers. no secret methods, working like a charm. my videos, i had pictures and songs rights. anyway i got my account terminated, $$$ lost
    i'm gonna upload all over again...but i believe my mistake is that i uploaded something like 20 videos in just 1 acc...and someone jealous just mass flagged them...

    do you guys have any tips to manage multiple youtube accounts without getting caught...or what is the best way to keep running accounts when promoting marketing stuff...

    regards ;)
     
  2. sforzando

    sforzando Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    From my mass flagging experience, it only seemed to work on new videos, or ones with under 10k views. (I was only flagging competitors because they stole my video, so don't hate me!)

    Here's a tip: make your video unlisted for a week or so, and make a decent channel with profile pic, background, information, etc. The newer your video, the more susceptible you are to being successfully mass flagged. And during that week, use Viewt, Vagex, Enhanceviews, U2bviews, and whatever else you want to boost comments, likes, subs, channel views, favorites, friends, etc. I believe this will tell YouTube that your video is less spammy and is pretty decent since its got views and whatnot.

    When you feel your video is ready for the public, make it listed again. It's a lot of work if you have a lot of videos...I think you should start with 1-3 videos on one account so it gets "authority" more quickly, rather than having 20 videos slowly gaining authority and being mass flagged.

    I am not sure about this, but I've seen people add many different channels to one account. I guess after your account is beefed up with authority, you can add new channels belonging to your other accounts to give them some authority as well.

    Edit: their mass flagging accounts will probably be banned instead :D
     
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  3. carmamag

    carmamag Power Member Premium Member

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    simple

    use many accounts , less risk for geting all your videos banned
     
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  4. housemusic

    housemusic Regular Member

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    yeah
    actually i received an email telling that 1 of my videos has been deleted and my account terminated due violent content

    guess what? no violent content on it, but i had on my title: killer methods to....

    fml

    anyway, what is the best method to have multiple accounts?
    -1 acc per ip and log into it just with that ip?
    -private proxies?
    -any reliable account provider?
    -all accounts using on 1 ip wont bring problems such mass ban?

    cheers
     
  5. sforzando

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    I've always used my own IP on all my YT accounts. My accounts get banned over several months, so I guess it's a good idea to use private proxies, seeing how Google knows all the public ones.

    Since 1 private proxy per account costs way too much, you might want to assign 3-5 accounts per private proxy. I have never done this... just theory.

    As for YT accounts, I think it's better if they were made from different IPs. What I've seen people do was go on Microworkers and pay $0.10 for someone to make 1 YT account so that each account is made from a different IP (too bad they aren't PVA though) Microworkers lets you choose which countries you want the job to be done from. $0.10 is the price for international users, meaning everyone in the world can do it. $0.30 if you want only English speaking countries (not worth the price; that's $30 for 100!).

    If you want to do this, be sure to ask them to provide their IP as proof, otherwise you risk getting duplicate accounts from the same person. 100 unique IP non-pva accounts for $10 is pretty decent. I don't know any trusted YT PVA account sellers, so I can't recommend you any.
     
  6. housemusic

    housemusic Regular Member

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    thanks for sharing
    the problem is that i need to log in and upload the videos, not sure if they do track this but this may be a huge footprint to log into all accounts using the same ip.

    by now i just see two option:
    -private proxies for each account, spreading the videos.
    -dynamic ip connection: create, upload and never log into again
     
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    I use the AOL software with built in browser to sign into my youtube account, and also to upload, etc. I never use the firefox browser to access my account. The ip's are different. The AOL software is slower, but to me it's worth it for a little extra caution. I also use the view sites on the firefox browser.
     
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    Thats interesting. Is the aol browser's ip different everytime you log in? Its sort of like using a public proxy but its unlikely google can do anything about it.
     
  9. moreoftoe

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    So all of my accounts were banned/disabled yesterday because I was using the comment rating method. I think I just got too many flags. Mistake on my part for not being cautious
     
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    Use a VPN for a dynamic IP if you don't already have one. My VPN gives me a fresh IP every time I connect and I use it for TV streaming mostly, lol!
     
  11. moreoftoe

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    I actually was using a VPN for each account I was using. I think it was a combination of things that threw up a flag for spam. Whether it be a comment that was rated up in a short period of time or a term/url in my comment that got flagged.