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Youtube Views and Proxies?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by FkLaceration, Nov 22, 2010.

  1. FkLaceration

    FkLaceration Newbie

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    I have seen and purchased from several sites views that all claim: "NO PROXIES REAL VIEWERS."

    My video seams to have a lot of traffic coming from a certain blog site.

    I am wondering is traffic through blog sites and such the only method to generate youtube views - (I don't care if they are "legit" or not, as long as youtube does not ban my video.) Is there another method? What would you guys recommend for someone who is trying to learn and get into the business of selling youtube views?

    Thanks for your help, everything is humbly accepted!
     
  2. R3W4RDZ

    R3W4RDZ Registered Member

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    Proxies will not work. Many people used to make bots that would send hits to YouTube videos through proxies so that each hit would count. Since then YouTube has put a freeze point in the 300's that look at all the views you have been getting or views you are currently getting and checks to see if they are legit or not. If not, your video is taken down and your account could be banned if this happens more than once. No one knows how they count views and see if they are fake, but people do know how to get around it, by providing somewhat real views. I say somewhat because I think most services that charge for views probably pay people to go around watching videos for their clients as this seems to be the only way to get your views counted. As for the part about only the blogging sites and such I would say no and yes. Yes being that this is how you would advertise your video but I also say no because you could always email your video links, and maybe even some offline marketing.


    Hoped I helped. Sorry if you don't understand me, I am in a rush :D
     
  3. negligence

    negligence Regular Member

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    I've generated a few thousand YouTube views with a combination of randomly iframe'ing a video, as well as redirecting 1 out of every X hits from a blog to the youtube page.

    I know these 2 methods work, but I don't know if it's something that's scalable. Think of a 1 way traffic exchange. You have 5 sites each getting 1,000 uniques per day. Take 1 out of every 10 hits, and send them to YouTube.

    Alternatively, what about those autosurf sites that i've seen, EasyHits4u and all that?
     
  4. prospect7

    prospect7 Regular Member

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    ^ that gave my a good idea! instead of sending them to just 1 youtube video send them to a page with 50 autoplay youtube videos embedded that way the view will count on all 50 mouahaha!!
     
  5. RobDB5950

    RobDB5950 Registered Member

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    Lol good luck with that, let us know if that works. If it does it might be good...