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YT Comment Posting - VPS or Proxies

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by amerikhan, Oct 14, 2009.

  1. amerikhan

    amerikhan Registered Member

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    Hey YouTube Marketers,

    I'm currently running a YouTube comment posting bot on my own dedicated VPS which is advertising a CPA offer that's making me about $10/day automated and I'm thinking about scaling it up 20x wishfully $200/day. The bot allows proxies but I'm not sure how to go about scaling this with saving the maximum amount of money. Either I can buy a bunch of VPS and run the bot on each one, or buy a bunch of proxies so that the bot can work from a single pc seamlessly without captcha authorization. Or I suppose I could buy a few VPS's and Proxies and try to maximize seamless posting from different PCs.

    Can anyone give me any advice as to which option I should choose or any alternatives? Also which is a good site for finding LOW COST VPS's and LOW COST Proxies. Thanks all.
     
  2. h1tman

    h1tman Junior Member

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    why not just get a bunch of socks and do it that way? They would look from real ip ports not the 8080 ports which you always seem to get with proxies.
     
  3. albaniax

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    why not use DSL with a dynamic IP? Not that sure how it is over there in the US with this kind of stuff.

    How many comments do you post with 1 Proxy?
     
  4. amerikhan

    amerikhan Registered Member

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    Only HTTP Proxies work with my bot so I can't use Socks 4 or 5. The point is to automate this method completely. Does YouTube start popping up captchas from too many posts from a single IP? If I keep rotating accounts, say posting between 100 different YouTube accounts on the same IP rotating accounts automatically between each captcha pop up per account will I ever get prompted for a captcha from too much posting per IP?
     
  5. sun

    sun Newbie

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    The cheapest is to use your current VPS, and wait what happens. Buy proxies only when you get banned. But be prepared, that all your accounts can get banned at one go.

    I don't know whether YT bans IPs or only accounts, but they will do ban all of your accounts at once in a few days, if:
    • poorly variating the comment text
    • poorly variating the domain name used for sign-up
    All your previous comments will also disappear in this case.