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YouTube And Fiver Packages: Some Key Questions and Thoughts

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by wopsy, Aug 23, 2013.

  1. wopsy

    wopsy Newbie

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    Hello all.

    I have been, for over a year trying out a range of package deals on the website Fiver in an effort to help rank my YouTube videos (which are music related.) I have spent a great deal of time reading different opinions on sites on how best to rank a video on YouTube. I have managed to achieve moderate success with Fiver deals along with real traffic and the music being blogged/posted over the internet, which helps it to be ranked higher.

    It would be great if an experienced member could assist with a few key questions I have. I should mention that any video I post always uses an accurate video title, a concise description and tags which are absolutely relevant to the video and the tags also reflect the content in the description.

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    1) I have tried different Fiver packages, one seller offers you 1000 views but assures they are high retention of 30 seconds and 10 custom comments which are staggered over several days so they appear naturally. I would like to compare this against another seller who I use who offers 20,000 views yet drip feeds around 200 views a day and offers 30 comments. However, his retention views are 5 seconds to 30 seconds average and his comments all appear in one go, which means they get flagged as spam. (I know you can mark them as 'not spam) if required.

    So, my questions are: which approach is more successful? The smaller views and comments package or the larger one? And if comments do get posted in one go and flagged as spam can this be detrimental to your ranking and actually push you further down the rankings?

    2) I use around 10-14 tags. Is there a recommended amount of tags to use and can too many tags or tags that aren't necessarily relevant to your video be detrimental to your ranking and push you further down the rankings? For instance, if I include 25 tags and fill it up with things like 'dubstep' 'bieber'. which are not related to my music, will this have a bad effect on my ranking?

    3) Finally. Is there a single best way to rank a Youtube video. Am I better off buying a Fiver package that includes views, likes, comments or a Fiver package that 'nukes' the video-one of the SEO backlink packages. Which would be more effective?

    I would really appreciate it if someone could help with these. Many thanks!
     
  2. wopsy

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    bumped slightly:)
     
  3. ladyfirst

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    I offer Vagex credits on fiverr, you can use it for views (30 sec) or like/comment/sub)
    fiverr /ladyfirst
     
  4. wopsy

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    Thank you, but I am just looking for assistance with those questions
     
  5. AudioMacOSX

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    1) I have tried different Fiver packages, one seller offers you 1000 views but assures they are high retention of 30 seconds and 10 custom comments which are staggered over several days so they appear naturally. I would like to compare this against another seller who I use who offers 20,000 views yet drip feeds around 200 views a day and offers 30 comments. However, his retention views are 5 seconds to 30 seconds average and his comments all appear in one go, which means they get flagged as spam. (I know you can mark them as 'not spam) if required.

    So, my questions are: which approach is more successful? The smaller views and comments package or the larger one? And if comments do get posted in one go and flagged as spam can this be detrimental to your ranking and actually push you further down the rankings?

    ***1,000 views at 30 seconds is better than 20,000 views at 5 seconds. If YouTube sees that 20,000 people clicked into your video but then leave after 5 seconds, YouTube says "Wow, that video must be really bad and people don't like it, therefore we are not going to rank it high". But even 30 seconds is a low view length (unless your video is only 30 seconds long) and could potentially hurt your rankings. You should be going after truly high retention views that watch 90% or more of your video. Some people here on BHW that offer these are: Skittles (viralsocials.com), BigBuddy (http://youtoorank.com/), PinguSpy (http://www.ytview.com/) and Ruoall (http://www.claimsocialauthority.com/)


    2) I use around 10-14 tags. Is there a recommended amount of tags to use and can too many tags or tags that aren't necessarily relevant to your video be detrimental to your ranking and push you further down the rankings? For instance, if I include 25 tags and fill it up with things like 'dubstep' 'bieber'. which are not related to my music, will this have a bad effect on my ranking?

    ***The fewer tags you use, the more weight will be given to each tag. The current recommendation is around 10 tags. Using tags that are not relevant to your videos have a high likelihood of hurting you.

    3) Finally. Is there a single best way to rank a Youtube video. Am I better off buying a Fiver package that includes views, likes, comments or a Fiver package that 'nukes' the video-one of the SEO backlink packages. Which would be more effective?

    ***High Retention Views, Likes, Comments, Favorites, Subscriptions, Back-links, Social Media signals (shares on Twitter, Facebook, etc...) are all important. Drip feeding is preferred over a one-time blast.
     
  6. sirkillzalot812

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    I've only use Fiverr for back links and SEO pyramids. The YouTube services aren't that great in my personal experience besides "harry2388" (quick and fast subs, views, and likes in one package) I prefer ViralSocials. Using the retention views I'd add maybe 5-6K retention views and gain about 75,000+ views. As for tags I use just about all I can fit, for ex:(PS3 Last of Us Gameplay) I'd also include xbox360, xbl, black ops 2, minecraft. Those sort of tags help as well.
     
  7. wopsy

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    Thank you. I have looked at the sites which offer the views packages.
    BigBuddy gets good write ups on here, but the site is currently down. Ytview appears cheap, but the wording is a little ambiguous. It says retention views of 'up to 60-90%'. Now when something says 'up to', that could also mean it could be any number between 1 up to 60 or 90. As opposed to saying 'All the views will always be no less than 60 percent retention'.

    Does anyone have any experience of ytview they can share?
     
  8. Doongbo

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    wopsy
    I think, I can give you what you need. But for now, I can only give you 500 minutes of viewing (in 1 day). All viewings will be unique, with different ip addresses. I can make a visitor from Google for your keywords video. You can also choose how you want views per hour. All of this just today I did on fiverr.
     
  9. Darren9682

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    Just remember you get what you pay for in life. $5 will get you exactly that.
     
  10. wopsy

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    Well some Fiver Fiver packages have actually proved quite fruitful, but does anyone have experience of Ytviews.com?
     
  11. wopsy

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    -Rather concerned now...found a 'retention views' package on Fiver, 200 plus positive feedback so placed an order, now someone has posted a review saying the retention views are fake and their video got banned.