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Youtube accounts getting banned one right after another, Pinger to Blame?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by PathwayInsurance, Nov 6, 2012.

  1. PathwayInsurance

    PathwayInsurance Registered Member

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    Hey Guys,

    Wanted to run something past you all to see if anyone else has run into this issue.

    I have had 7 different accounts suspended within the last 2 days, it looks like Youtube doesn't like something I'm doing. (Some of the accounts are newer, some are older.)

    I set up all of the accounts in Pinger.

    In some cases I did not need to obtain backlinks to rank the videos there was so little competition they just did it on their own, but in other cases I did need to acquire backlinks, so I acquired those through the major book marking platforms. Used Magic submitter to bookmark the videos in the instance where they needed a push.

    Any thoughts on why they are banning the accounts one right after another?

    Some of the accounts are new, some are older...trying to figure out what I did wrong.

    Also I was using HMA as the proxy for magic submitter.

    The videos are not affiliate videos, they are for my personal business.

    I would appreciate any feedback.

    Thanks!
     
  2. ADHD-Dude

    ADHD-Dude Power Member

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    Maybe they banned you for uploading with magic submitter
     
  3. Duckless

    Duckless Newbie

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    Did you have a domain in the description? Or business name? Something in the description that gave them a footprint?
     
  4. neneaemy

    neneaemy BANNED BANNED

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    This "Ban" depends by the quality of the accounts and how much are they abused on youtube ;)
     
  5. PathwayInsurance

    PathwayInsurance Registered Member

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    I did not upload with magic submitter, used Camtasia which is what I made the video in. Someone else suggested uploading manually through YouTube instead of using software.
     
  6. PathwayInsurance

    PathwayInsurance Registered Member

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    Yes, I did have a business name in the video and in the description, so in a sense it's like a commercial for my business. The videos are not affiliate videos, they are for my brick-and-mortar business, based on the keyword I am targeting for SEO. So I make a video based on that individual keyword and have had success ranking those keywords using a video. It's not much different than commercials we see on television that are then uploaded to YouTube.
     
  7. PathwayInsurance

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    Can you please elaborate by what you refer to as the quality of accounts, and how much they are abused? Do you mean back linking the videos? Paid views, or likes?

    If that is what you are referring to I haven't done any of those things... I did back link some of the videos that have strong competition, but that was pretty much it.

    I did not lose all of the accounts only 5. I did use Pinger for the text verification in establishing the account. After 30 days Pinger deactivates the telephone number that you used, but you still keep the e-mail account Several other individuals did mention on the other formum groups that this also has happened to them so they were searching for answers as well. (Using Pinger, so perhaps they are the culprit.)
     
  8. Chicilikit

    Chicilikit Senior Member

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    I have lost like 30-40 accounts i registered with pinger in last two weeks, so I think it might be the problem.. it really sucks because with some of accounts I did not do anything bad and they still was deleted..
     
  9. Pranteek

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    Accounts created with pinger are probably getting flagged. May be because youtube no longer supports pinger.
     
  10. Cromiell

    Cromiell Registered Member

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    If pinger is a problem then how can we make verified accounts?
     
  11. sathyavcs

    sathyavcs Regular Member

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    This happens when you keep logging your account with different proxy.
     
  12. tribo

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    Wich one?
     
  13. neneaemy

    neneaemy BANNED BANNED

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    Try to don`t abuse them if you want to stay live for long term... All depends by how are they used ;)
     
  14. blackfairy

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    Nope. Not everyone has a static IP. A lot people have dynamic IP's, so their IP changes every day. It's also not forbidden to log into Youtube from another place (friends house/office/and so on), which results in logging into Youtube with a different IP than your home IP too. Youtube can't just ban everyone for doing this, that would mean they would need to ban like 70% of their users.
     
  15. ADHD-Dude

    ADHD-Dude Power Member

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    pinger is the problem
     
  16. richworld

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    I also have the same problem.today I lost 10 accounts
     
  17. allby

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    Your accounts get usually deleted so fast, when you get a huge amount of spam reports on you videos.
     
  18. No.RuleZ

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    dont use pinger for any type of account creation

    and use good proxies