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YT accounts getting banned right after I put videos on public

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by ziemny, Jan 15, 2013.

  1. ziemny

    ziemny Registered Member

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    It's my first post here, so I'd like to say hello to you guys first :)

    For the last 3 weeks I've been promoting my game trainers website with youtube movies. For the first 2 weeks it's all been fine, my accounts were ok and I've been getting some nice traffic from YT. But in the last 7 days I've been having a problem with some guy from youtube mass flagging my videos (or at least I think so), cause I had better rankings than him on a certain niche. I flagged his videos in return and then, after a day, all my accounts were gone. I've made more accounts and after another few hours they were gone again. It wouldn't surprise me if my videos were set to public and someone knew about those accounts in general, but I've never shown them to anyone... After that, I've created more accounts using a VPN, uploaded the videos as unlisted, got some views, likes and comments. They were fine for 3 days, but right after I put them on public, they all got banned, even the ones that were still unlisted (I stopped putting them on public mid-way). The only messages I get is "The account that posted this video got terminated" or "This video has been reported as spam", even though I change the videos every time before I upload them (shorten in, change the sound, change the title a bit).

    Now some more info:
    - I use ShareYouTubeVideos to get views and EnhanceViews to get likes and comments (custom comments made by myself)
    - some of the videos got dislikes, even though they were not public! (enhanceviews people abusing the system? I never gave links to anyone)
    - I use goo.gl as URL Shortener

    I don't wanna sound emo, but I'm getting really depressed with this youtube stuff, cause nearly 90% of my website traffic is from YT...

    Thank you in advance for any help
     
  2. OMGWTFISTHIS

    OMGWTFISTHIS Power Member

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    I'm not sure if it's someone flagging your videos or not, but you can test that by getting one of your videos, and spinning it with Video Spin Blaster. Their are plenty of up to date cracks for it, not that I condone to using it, but if it's free why not use it. :eek: Spin it with that, and see if it gets taken down. If it does, find a new niche. If it doesn't, try to promote and rank that video. It can be depressing sometimes, you just got to keep pushing. Good luck!
     
  3. ziemny

    ziemny Registered Member

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    Hey friend, thanks for you response.
    I'm not really sure if it's possible for anyone to flag my video THAT fast. I mean... at 12:00 I put my video to public and at 12:03 all my accounts are down. I will try Video Spin Blaster as you advised and I'll report if it worked.

    Have a great day
     
  4. J@bz.

    J@bz. Junior Member

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    I think that your videos are not being flagged rather YouTube are taking down your videos/accounts.

    I suggest you should buy private proxies to create your YouTube accounts. Don't use a VPN as most of them are already used by others to create YouTube accounts so any accounts created using the VPN will likely get banned sooner or later.

    Also use a different link, different description and title for each new video so the videos cant be linked in any way to the ones that have been taken down.

    Maybe try using Vagex and ub2veiws for likes, views, comments. (i have used them and none of my videos have been taken down)
     
  5. ziemny

    ziemny Registered Member

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    Hey, that's what I think too.
    Unfortunately at this moment I cannot afford to buy any private proxies, so I'll try to make accounts from friends house for example, or with prepaid internet via USB (no idea how you call that stuff in english, I'm not a native :( ). I rewrite the descriptions every time I post a video, so it's not the issue. I'll try a different URL shortener than googl I guess, as it's connected to YouTube after all... I always use different titles as well.
    About Vagex - the last time I've been using it, it had some issues with delivering likes and comments. I wanted to redeem 20 likes and 20 comments for a video for example, but I only received like... 2 likes and 1 comment. It was around a month ago. About u2bviews - I had some troubles getting credits with Firefox addon (if I remember correctly). My friends all use EnhanceViews and their accounts are OK, so I don't know...
    I'll try to use different IP, clear cache, cookies or maybe even make those accounts from a virtual machine and we'll see.
     
  6. gabmasm

    gabmasm Registered Member

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    Maybe the vpn you use are already blacklisted on youtube, so after a while youtube ban you.
    Maybe EnhanceViews does not hide the referrer, so youtube can see that some of your views are "generated".
    One option you have is to make an account with unlisted private videos, embed them in your website, then drive traffic with another yt account and social with public video trailers of your full videos. So even if you get bans on the trailers, all your work is safe from competitors and your public can possibly remeber you.
    You can also make a video sitemap, so you video website can show in the google video search...
     
  7. antsaoo

    antsaoo Supreme Member

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    Sounds like your accounts are no good at all.

    Try uploading 1 video without any promotion an see how long it lasts. Then upload 10 to another account and 1 video with promotion and so on to see where shit hits the fan
     
  8. ziemny

    ziemny Registered Member

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    I've used the mobile internet (is that how you call it?) which has different IP every time I connect (yay) and all 6 accounts with 3 movies on each are completely fine since yesterday. I've used ShareYouTubeVideos and u2bviews on 2 movies and they're still fine.
    Today I've tried creating an account on mobile net and then uploading a movie from my static IP. The account went down instantly after uploading the movie. Think we have a winner - my IP is blacklisted for uploading "scam" (even though it wasn't scam, but prolly some people being jealous of my movies looking better than theirs and mass flagging, lol).
     
  9. dheer

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    Few things you can do to cross check it. I'm sure it is not a flagging issue though.

    1. Get new accounts from a solid source made on unique IP's
    2. Make your videos unique by re-rendering.
    3. Get fresh IP's to upload these videos.
    4. Make sure to alter your title, tags and description if you post any links try to alter it too.

    I hope it will give you an idea about the actual issue.
     
  10. digitaluser

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    You should create or use account from different ip address than the current one you are using and if possible try to use pva account