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Youtube Now Keeping an Eye on Subscription Services

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by joemamama, Jul 20, 2011.

  1. joemamama

    joemamama Registered Member

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    This here is a direct quote from the Youtube Partner Communications site.

    Now what? Do you guys think that sites like Vagex will still pass as safe? Because I'm sure that they are now dipping their head into this a little more...
     
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    the known Power Member Premium Member

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    They can't detect it I guess. Because someone else could've put your video on Vagex, and your yt account gets banned?? Bullshit.
     
  3. clearstar

    clearstar Newbie

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    well I have videos on u2bviews that haven't moved a bit also I have several videos with referrer of www . face yup just like that (without spaces). I'm sure that looks good to youtube!! :eek:
     
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    the known Power Member Premium Member

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    But as I said, other people can submit YOUR video's to view increasing services, so YouTube can't ban YOUR account because other people might have done it.

    If I'm going to submit all ray william johnsons videos into vagex, and youtube finds out, they won't ban him. Of course not, because other people might have done it...
     
  5. joemamama

    joemamama Registered Member

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    Well lets say you make a purchase of 1000+ subscribers, they all come in one day, that's a red flag on Youtube's end unless your average is 1k a day.

    As for views, I still think it still may be safe.
     
  6. dshad

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    Well other people can click-bomb your website and you can say goodbye to YOUR adsense account. It's the same concept. It's the Big G, they will find a way to do it. Like joe said, they are most likely looking for large gains in subscribers or some other form of red flags that deviates away from your normal trends.
     
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    the known Power Member Premium Member

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    Yea, but with most Sub4Sub websites you won't gain a lot of subscribers in 1 day. It's only if you purchase subscribers. But also with websites like EV, I only redeem 20 subscribers per day max.
     
  8. Baraba

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    YouTube officially supports and endorses Sub for Sub behaviours aka scratch my back and I will scratch yours.
    Quote from e-mail when someone subscribes to my channel (names changed):
    Now seems they hate subscribtion services? Many of these services are Sub4Sub with the extra gains left for sale to support the sites.
    Of course having 1000 susbscribers with not a single video in your accunt will trigger an allarm that you bought these subscribers. Not a rocket science to detect.
     
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    Well I knew some people that would bring in 50k subscribers a day using some click jacking methods. (99% of the subscribers were useless though) I have a feeling that's what they're really against.
     
  10. InternetUser

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    exactly
     
  11. visualbasic

    visualbasic Newbie

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    Hahaha "Hard work and strong content" lol. I bet you every youtube star buys or makes there own subscribers, views, friends, ect...
     
  12. rockn_effinroll

    rockn_effinroll Newbie

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    For clarification, it seems that only those who have partner accounts are being watched. If you are just someone who likes to have a lot of views/likes/subs to show off to your friends and whatnot, then you are probably fine because you are not screwing Google/YouTube out of money.
     
  13. Steeky

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    How do you know? Just don't want to waste money and time. Thanks