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[YT] Does IP matter while uploading videos?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by Last Samurai, Oct 31, 2014.

  1. Last Samurai

    Last Samurai Newbie

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    Hi there!
    Does IP matter while uploading videos? Someone told me that uploading from home internet is a mistake because when you get flagged once, then IP is blacklisted. I was always uploading videos through my home internet :/
    Some people say "the best way to upload videos is using mobile internet , cos it has dynamic IP" - is that true?

    Sorry for my "perfect" english :p I hope you understood everything :p
     
  2. stormkay

    stormkay Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    YT always track IP... you can upload videos from your home too if its a dynamic IP, most ISPs provide dynamic IPs to home
     
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  3. BigMoneyyy

    BigMoneyyy Power Member

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    It's not recommended.

    Use proxies to upload your videos.
     
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  4. Last Samurai

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    I see. So, if I buy proxy, should I use always the same proxy for the same YT account?
    2nd question: what if someone used this proxy before, which i bought, and it's blacklisted?

    thanks for your replies!! i'm very grateful!!
     
  5. Paper-Boy

    Paper-Boy Elite Member

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    1. Yes. It's always best to use 1 account per proxy. But some people have no problem using multiple proxies per account. It really depends how much youre spamming but 1:1 is safer IMO.

    2. Then get dedicated IP's and let your proxy provider know to give you clean youtube IPs.
     
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