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Youtube banning views!

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by Mattheman, Jan 26, 2011.

  1. Mattheman

    Mattheman Registered Member

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    Does anybody know if your youtube views increase a lot in one day if you will get banned. And if so, how many views is that in a day
     
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    impossible. If a video goes viral, it goes viral. If it was possible to get banned, then all those kickass viral videos on youtube wouldn't be there. Just as long as they're natural though- not all coming from the same ip or watching 5 seconds of the video and leaving.
     
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    i dont think so, there is alot of videos that goes viral and you cannot be banned on youtube for increased views.
     
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    Not that I know of on my side, but there have been videos on Youtube that go viral because they were of crude nature, for example there was this video of a girl who opened a can of spoiled spagetti-os and shoving them in her vagina during a ritual meeting. The video was gaining hundreds of thousands of view before it was removed from youtube for disturbing content.

    So yes, it is possible, but if you're refering to videos to make money from, they are possible to get removed usually for "spam" or "copyright", videos only get removed if someone "flag's" the content or if there has been a copyright claim agains't it. Other than that, you're fine.