I've been looking into a few options for account creation. Here's how I see it. 1) Proxies - You can use public proxies to create the account. You could use private proxies to create the account. The downside is that account has to stay live or that's money down the toilet. Prices average about $50 for 20 proxies. 2) VPN - I looked into HMA (Hide My Ass VPN) and heard from several people that it takes several IP's to be able to create accounts. It's $11 per month which isn't bad, but if it doesn't work it's money wasted. I also looked into Strong VPN. The catch with them is they only allow you to change the server location 30 times a month. If the subnet is blocked by YouTube you're done. The next problem you have after you create the account is to upload your videos with the same IP or at least the same Geo-location. Seems to me like you would need multiple IP's anyways. Even if you were to just buy YT-PVA's. What strategies are you guys using?