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YouTube Ban Reasons/ How to Stop Them?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by ollie9009, Jul 21, 2012.

  1. ollie9009

    ollie9009 Junior Member

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    I have a few questions on the patterns/ reasons for YouTube banning accounts. Recently I've found some of my accounts to be taken down (no warnings, I just can't login....it says "Account Suspended"). If I go directly to the video it says: "Spam/ Fraud".

    Basically I want to know a few things which could be the reason for this;

    1. Could YouTube monitor your account creation/ login even if you're using a VPN (e.g. MAC address)

    2. YouTube seem to ban videos/ accounts automatically at the beginning of the week (around Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday) - so if you survive this first week, does this improve your chances of later survival as you are then not included in the weekly scan, it's more just flagging you have to worry about?

    3. What's the mean reason for ban from Spam/ Fraud/ Misrepresentation?
    - Would it be using a similar description?
    - Would it be using the SAME mediafire link?
    - Would it be buying views?

    I feel (personally) that it's buying a blast of views, comments & likes (when you previously have 0 and then it shoots up to 30/40k and then you get very few again). I think this flags up (especially in the first week of upload) and if you have spammy keywords then they close your account down. I want to know if links also play a part in this.

    Any more info would be helpful, Thanks.
     
  2. poweronics

    poweronics Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Views by bots may be one of the reason of ban. However youtube, like other big sites, would be updating their tools to detect spams and bots for sure.
     
  3. ollie9009

    ollie9009 Junior Member

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    When using a VPN does it change both Static & Dynamic IP?

    because a Static IP gets assigned to you by your Internet Provider and it never changes. The number will always be the same. Therefore YouTube could surely track you??? Even using a VPN or Proxy?

    Dynamic IP also gets assigned to you by your Internet Provider, but it will randomly change. It can last from hours to weeks, but it will change and you never know when. Is this the only thing VPNs change?
     
  4. Adam Rock

    Adam Rock Senior Member

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    Your computer only has 1 IP at a time, irregardless of whether it's dyn or stat. (Unless you managed a way to create software that automatically switches your dyn IP after you create an account and upload the video). A VPN is just a tunnel, it allows you to receive a new IP (whether it's stat or dyn also doesn't matter).



    Out of curiosity how much accounts did you use per IP? That's probably the reason your videos keep getting banned.
     
  5. nipunn12

    nipunn12 Regular Member

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    Its because of same description and/or video.
     
  6. Catt Mutts

    Catt Mutts Junior Member

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    What?
    I'm uploading daily same videos, spinned meta tags with new accounts that i create manually. Different state, proxy and textfree verified. Some survive and some don't. Only thing comes to my mind is copyright or user reports, if you do that kind of videos.
     
  7. sviedinys

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    I think the same, also there can be that with time your proxies getting blacklisted. Earlier used HMA proxies, theyre totally blacklisted, everything getting banned with them, uploading , accounts creating... but now bought 10 private proxies, its cheaper and safer, but takes longer until uploads all of the videos.
     
  8. ollie9009

    ollie9009 Junior Member

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    I would use 1 account per IP - but I use Easy Hide IP....so not sure how many other people also use those IPs (or if they even do). If you buy private IPs, is there software to use them?
     
  9. J@bz.

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    Create each account with different IP. Do not use any shared VPN. The videos you upload should be different variations of it. Couple of seconds added or taken away can help. Use different description and links.

    A way to lower the chances of your 'spam videos' from getting removed and your account from being banned is to upload a random unique video and get couple of thousands of real views on it and then you can upload your 'spam video'.

    This may not always be the case though.

    I have a couple of youtube accounts that i switch between without changing IP, are not phone verified and have not been banned yet.

    if you don't have a a dynamic IP you should buy private proxies/IP's
     
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  10. teener

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    not only this.
     
  11. ollie9009

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    Ok thanks, I've just bought some private IPs. But what program is best to use/ load private proxies with? Or do you just use the internet browser e.g. Firefox
     
  12. teener

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    how about the video playing time......i am using 30 seconds to 2 minute videos ....its all deleted within 10 hours i dont know why
     
  13. ollie9009

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    I usually try to keep the video times under 4mins (higher retention rates). But don't know if this makes a difference, unless it is exactly the same as a previously banned video.

    I think as long as you don't act spammy (massive blasts of views, comments & likes) and don't have spammy links/ descriptions then you should be ok.

    Use private IPs for multiple accounts or if you have been banned from your IP.
     
  14. J@bz.

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    any proxy switcher software should do the trick ... or u can just use the browser proxy settings. i dont think it really matters which one u use as ur just going to use the browser to create them
     
  15. SoneMunze

    SoneMunze Newbie

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    I create accounts on same ip like 5 months by now and noone of my accounts got deleted or something o_O
     
  16. mdiez2

    mdiez2 Registered Member

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    Maybe u created diferent accounts of youtube with the same ip without use proxy or use view bots