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Youtube and Proxies

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by joeemslie, Jan 6, 2012.

  1. joeemslie

    joeemslie Junior Member

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    Yo, yo, yo!

    Blackhatworld...i have used the "search" function and google to no avail. Basically, I have just purchased:

    MVB + CPA Blaster + The Mass Upload Badboy + 50+ Youtube Accounts.

    Now, I want to start uploading videos to each account to generate some traffic to a site I have made but am unsure as to what to do with the proxie situatuon.

    I know NOT to use public proxies for this, but really want to know, if I were to purchase, say, hidemyass proxies, and refresh everytime I logged in with a new account, would this avoid my issue of risking a ban?

    If not hidemyasd then can someone reccomend me a piece of software?

    Ta very much.

    Sorry for any spelling mistakes this was boshed out on a train to London!
     
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    Get some private proxies , They last alot longer and they will serve you better speed wise :)
     
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  3. joeemslie

    joeemslie Junior Member

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    If anyone can offer any help I would be so happy. 1 of the 50 accounts got banned again today...disaster!

    Need this help more than ever otherwise £100+ squidders is down the drain! UH-OH.

    Sent from my R800i using Tapatalk
     
  4. zoheb01

    zoheb01 Junior Member

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    I use 10 private proxies (1 per account) and upload 20 videos per account a day - totalling 200 videos a day....not sure if I can go over 20 accounts per proxy but don't want to risk it.
     
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    I have a few users doing stuff on Youtube with my shared proxies, haven't heard of any issues to date.
     
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    I Love How Everybody Are Soo Supportive
     
  7. Ranger11

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    I Love How Your Are Not Soo Supportive By Spamming To Get 15 Posts
     
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    sk8tavou Senior Member

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    HMA is for other things mate!
    If you want to use MVB you want speed and changing the ip everytime is taking a lot of your time and you have to watch when every upload ends to change it!
    Search the forum { go to advanced search and search only titles and hit "private proxies" }
    You will find some good deals :)
     
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  9. ThatBotProgrammer

    ThatBotProgrammer Junior Member

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    I get my private http proxies from anonymous-proxies.net and I can vouch for them. The owner is also a member here.

    I'm very comfortable at 1 proxy:5 accounts. Some even do it at 1:10 (Which is okay IMO).

    Never use public proxies when uploading videos because you will be risking your accounts + they are very unreliable. YouTube uploading is a numbers game, the more targeted videos you have, the higher chances of converting offers.
     
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  10. zoheb01

    zoheb01 Junior Member

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    What is your uploading strategy? I have created 20 targeted videos and then I upload those 20 videos on each of my 10 accounts = 200 videos on the same niche. Or is it just best to spread the 20 videos across my accounts.

    Thanks for the help.
     
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    zep123dmc Junior Member

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    So when you first create several youtube accounts do you want to configure your internet browser with the private proxy you plan to use to upload the videos to those accounts with?
     
  12. Ranger11

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    Doesn't really matter, You can make the account on 1 ip and upload with another one, Won't make your video's get removed faster.
     
  13. baddrunk

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    if i'm setting up YT accounts using proxies on my home pc, i don't want them to be traced back to my personal legit YT/goog account.

    should browser history, cache, cookies, etc. be cleared before setting up each account?
    also each time when logging into/managing each account?

    i've read that just cleaning cookies isn't enough, something about flash cookies? i can't find where i came across that info. what is the best way to do this to ensure everything is completely clean?
     
  14. akb10

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    Yeah I always clear my history, cookies, etc between each account I setup and when logging in and out of different accounts. In Firefox you can set your browser to automatically do this each time you close your browser or if you don't want it to automatically delete your history you can just delete it yourself whenever you need to.

    Yeah flash cookies, also known as 'LSOs' should be deleted too. Again if you're using Firefox you can download and install an add-on called 'better privacy', this gives you the option to delete your flash cookies. Other browsers probably have a similar add-on or plugin too. If they don't just download a program called 'ccleaner' and this gives you the option to clear flash cookies along with a bunch of other things.
     
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  15. Dark Lord

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    1. Go to any video and right-click on it.
    2. In the popup menu, click on "Global Settings"
    3. In the window that pops up, it should be on the "Storage" tab.
    4. Choose the option "Block all sites from storing information on this computer". It will notify you with another Alert window, Click "OK".
    5. After that, you can also click on the "Delete All" button to clear any previous Flash storage. (Although it should have been cleared when you selected the "Block all sites.." option.
    6. These setting will persist even if you upgrade to a newer flash version at a later time.
    7. Enjoy no more flash cookie storage on that computer until you set it back. :cool:
     
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  16. baddrunk

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    @akb10 & Dark Lord - thanks guys!! :thumb:
     
  17. Dark Lord

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    No problem, just be sure to clear your regular cache and cookies too. Most current browsers also have a "Private Browsing" mode, in which it stores nothing during that session. ;)
     
  18. Fakker

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    I have a question regarding the cache/flash thing.

    When using bots to mass upload/comment/rate etc... I assume I DO NOT need to clear anything (unless the tool uses a browser which is unlikely).
    Is that correct?

    Also, some said that you can create an account with 1 IP and comment or upload with another.
    Does that mean that Youtube only checks for the IP at the time of creation?
    If so, can I just use proxies for creating accounts and upload from same IP all the time?
    This sounds strange to me so I must have misunderstood.
     
  19. Fakker

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    Are you saying that you have hundreds of videos per account?

    I mean, do you upload 20 videos per account a day EVERY DAY? :eek:
     
  20. rauginne2

    rauginne2 Newbie

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    Today i just created 2 yt account without proxy uploaded 100+ videos into two accounts 29+117 from same ip which i was using another two g mail accounts i am not used any proxies or vpn

    may be vpn is the secure i think