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Youtube spam detection question

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by muaythaiguy, Feb 10, 2012.

  1. muaythaiguy

    muaythaiguy Registered Member

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    It seems as though Youtube has recently changed things around and it's much harder to leave comments promoting affiliate offers.

    I'm in the trial and error process right now but it seems that no matter what I do, my about 80% of my comments are being auto flagged.

    They will show up when I log out, but when I change my IP address, they won't be displayed. Only when I click "view all comments" will I see it.

    I have a list of new Youtube accounts, a list of private proxies and I'm adding unique comments each time (all done manually).

    I don't understand how my comments are being auto flagged, even when I'm using a new account, new proxy and I'm writing the comment from scratch.

    It's blowing my mind! haha

    Anyone have a system that they're using to get the comments through?
     
  2. MicGrez

    MicGrez Regular Member

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    YEA!

    I just make all acss on home ip, comment, log in, rate, BAM

    10$ a day;)
     
  3. 39ster

    39ster Junior Member

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    I found that if i made the comment through the browser, they worked. But if i made the comment via my own bot (any comment, not a spammy promotional comment) it will always be marked as spam. I've been packet sniffing and i just can't figure out how they know. Maybe it's something in the login process...not entirely sure.

    I use this youtube proxy u2bp.com to check the results of the comment.

    Even if i make a spammy promotional comment via firefox, it works. But a completely normal comment like "whens it coming out?" will be marked as spam if i make it via my bot.
     
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  4. Ranger11

    Ranger11 Regular Member

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    Youtube's login changed this month, Might wanna check that out ;)
     
  5. muaythaiguy

    muaythaiguy Registered Member

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    Hey, I'm not really following.
    What do you mean by that?
     
  6. 39ster

    39ster Junior Member

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    Did a little test. Logged into youtube in firefox, exported the cookies using a firefox extension and loaded the cookies into my bot (and skipping the login process within the bot). The comment worked when posted in the bot. So it's something in the login process that is causing this.
     
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