youtube comment without ghosting

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  1. staypositive

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    i tried below:
    1. get a domain and redirect amazon affiliate link but ghosted.
    2. use bitly, ghosted.
    3. directly use amazon shortlink, ghosted.


    is there a way i can comment on others youtube without being ghosted?
     
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    Just search up any niche that has a lot of competition, look at the comments, and you'll see plenty of different ways.

    Right now a lot of people are using disqus, sites.google.com, and some other sites.
     
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    post link on twitter it gets shortened to t.co link and it doesn't get ghosted
    but if 2 channes ban you from posting on theirs videos - every link that you post wil get ghosted (on the whole yt) and will wait for the approval of the channel owner

    Edit. a couple of months ago i posted some links on 2 channels, got blocked on both - since then if i posted something on a different channel it got blocked automatically.. so not sure if it was automatic after 2 or i just got reported
     
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  5. staypositive

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    thanks

    wonder if i use twitter shortlink and post to youtube comment area, does it violate TOS?