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YTNuke = No Monetization?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by UserNameZero, Jun 4, 2012.

  1. UserNameZero

    UserNameZero Junior Member

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    I've tested YT Nuke and I have 2,000 Views and YouTube is saying one 3 Views are monetizable views? Which most likely isn't even from YTNuke. We'll Im partnered with a gaming company would they notice this? Also does *********** do this aswell?
     
  2. willo556

    willo556 Guest

    Yes gaming company's take into account non-monentizable views (For example mobile views) and deduct it from your total earnings. (Deduct the views so say you have 10k legit and 100k non-legit non monentizable, you would only get the money from the 10k).

    Hope that helped :)
     
  3. yy9ui

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    well for adsense they both dont appear in the monetization tab etc.so the views appear in the video but they wont appear in CPM for the network.

    so they would notice but they wont count as impression so there no fake impressions.
     
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    ignore what i wrote ,@willo556 is correct.

    "Yes gaming company's take into account non-monentizable views (For example mobile views) and deduct it from your total earnings. (Deduct the views so say you have 10k legit and 100k non-legit non monentizable, you would only get the money from the 10k).

    Hope that helped :) "
     
  5. darkheart1723

    darkheart1723 Registered Member

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    They pay on views that a ad shows. They don't deduct any money from you.
     
  6. UserNameZero

    UserNameZero Junior Member

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    So it's not safe for me to use YTNuke or *********** on my videos if I'm partnered by a gaming company? I know its "adsense" safe but how about safe for Gaming Partners?
     
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    izSpK BANNED BANNED

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    Woah, hold on there buddy, nobody ever mentioned that. Totally safe to use both services. We have hundreds of users that use us and have Machinima contracts. Big ones with hundreds of thousand of views, and some smaller.
     
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  8. DragonLord

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    I tried the small package from ytnuke, it gave me the views but it didn't give me any Adsense money. I'm not sure why, maybe it doesn't view the video long enough?
    I haven't tried *********** yet, it is the same situation? I'd like to know before I buy.
     
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    izSpK BANNED BANNED

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    Many people like "tempguy" (if I remember his name right) said that they earn revenue money with ***********. Please PM him and ask.
     
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  10. DragonLord

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    That would be awesome! If it earns Adsense money I will buy tons of views!
     
  11. KillerHeck

    KillerHeck Regular Member

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    All bought views aren't monetized, that's how their system works. Some people gain their YT income after purchasing views because their video hit one of the charts or due to increased yt SEO which gets them real exposure and legit (monetizable) views

    So YT Nuke and other services could get you some extra YT money, but only if you use them smart!
     
  12. AudioMacOSX

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    I can only speak of YTnuke since I haven't purchased views from any other service, but after study my Analytics very closely, I've came to the conclusion that virtually none of the views were monetizable. I'm not disappointed by this and I didn't expect the views to be monetizable. They performed a great job and and I will continue to use them. It's probably a good thing (for all of us here on BlackHatWorld) if purchased views are not monetizable because if they were, YouTube would have a much larger incentive to find a way to stop these services from being possible. That's my theory anyway ;)
     
  13. treaz

    treaz Newbie

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    All what I know of is YTNuke isn't safe for AdSense, but also the prices is too high.
     
  14. AudioMacOSX

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    I'm glad my reply helped you. Have you found other view providers that supplied monetizable views?
     
  15. DragonLord

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    Jumpstartviews
    viewtubetrain
    U2bviews
    Enhanceviews

    are the only services I found that monetize views. But they are slow.
    I tried YTNuke, Vagex and many services on Fivver, none of them provided monetizable views.
    I bought a package from *********** 2 days ago, but I haven't seen any results yet unfortunately. :(
     
  16. Typlo

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    My advise would be to not buy views to your video.

    One of the big problems on the internet is that a lot of people try to be something or someone they are not.

    If your video has a million views from nobody what does that actually mean? It means nothing at all. even if you get up to the top of you tube views when someone checks out the video and it is not very good they are going to just leave anyway and your video will die and you will have let more people know that you have a bad video.

    If the video was of something people want to see then you would not need to buy views in the first place.

    I know that this may seem very blunt and I do not want to sound mean here at all. I am just saying to be yourself and you will find the right people.

    I hope this helps you in some way.
     
  17. DragonLord

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    I know people who make amazing videos, funny videos and videos that should go viral, they win film festivals and everything, everyone we know really, really loves them, but they don't get any views on Youtube!
     
  18. BlackIrish

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    Mobile views (or some other similar sort of query) are not detected by Adsense - these sort of views completely bypass most of the code on the YouTube page and try to directly start downloading or stream the video file.

    You need real viewers, that load the complete source page in order to get proper statistics (both in analytics and adsense).
     
  19. DragonLord

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    What other youtube services offer monetizable views?
     
  20. DragonLord

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    So only 4 places offer monetizable views?