(Q)What can I do?
2014-12-19, 01:07 AM,
#1
Hello cpaelites, so far I've used PPD/CPA and atm I am trying my luck with PPI. I have a multi-niche website with minimum SEO done and I try to use youtube as my main traffic source. I use youtube accounts created each one from different IP as I have Dynamic IP and I always clear my cookies with ccleaner. I verify them with a method I've found online for PVA accounts. My problem is that atm I have about 30 good looking blackhat niches which I can't promote with youtube due to flaggers and I try to promote upcoming games with PPI. Whenever I upload a video to the youtube without any blacklisted keywords like hack,keygen,survey,crack etc,with spinned description and HQ video made by me it gets down instantly with 1 flag within an hour or less. I usually don't boost my videos so as soon as they find it it just goes down. Moreover,I try to use the least saturated niches but again I fail so I really need some help cause I've already invested some money for the website,Mass Video Blaster Pro(Yeah I forgot to mention that I've tried uploading videos even with this software and it didn't work) and a landing page builder. So what am I doing wrong?

Any help is appreciated.
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2014-12-19, 01:11 AM,
#2
having same issue, i made a totally random video with powerpoint, upload it on youtube without any keyword or any description and tried to flag it by myself and the video got taken down immediately, even though it was completely clean, dunno wtf is going on lately with youtube.
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2014-12-19, 01:27 AM,
(This post was last modified: 2014-12-19, 01:49 AM by Gabriel88.)
#3
YouTube staff review flagged videos 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and videos that violate our Community Guidelines are removed from YouTube. Videos that may not be appropriate for all younger audiences are age-restricted.

Flagged videos are not automatically taken down by the flagging system. If a video doesn't violate our guidelines, no amount of flagging will change that, and the video will stay on the site.

Source: Youtube Support

Flagging on YouTube: The Basics ~ Video by YT.

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2014-12-19, 01:37 AM,
#4
(2014-12-19, 01:27 AM)Freevy Wrote: YouTube staff review flagged videos 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and videos that violate our Community Guidelines are removed from YouTube. Videos that may not be appropriate for all younger audiences are age-restricted.

Flagged videos are not automatically taken down by the flagging system. If a video doesn't violate our guidelines, no amount of flagging will change that, and the video will stay on the site.

Source:

Then answer my next question.

When I type the main keyword of my niche,the very first video contains all the blacklisted words and it does violates the TOS of youtube. Why doesn't his video goes down and my video goes down instantly?His video has been the for more than 3 months even If I report it.
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2014-12-19, 01:43 AM,
(This post was last modified: 2014-12-19, 01:47 AM by Gabriel88.)
#5
Maybe his video looks more legit than yours. MAYBE.

Nice video about flagging (from Youtube) - http://youtu.be/ZA22WSVlCZ4

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2014-12-19, 01:46 AM,
#6
Well, I create my videos showing off the installer that I've made with VB, I do voice-over,1080p video and I show ingame footage I find on the internet.
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2014-12-19, 02:28 AM,
#7
Let's jump into the details...

(2014-12-19, 01:07 AM)Nikos554 Wrote: I use youtube accounts created each one from different IP as I have Dynamic IP and I always clear my cookies with ccleaner.

Even if you change your IP address, you're using the same IP range (e. g. /24 networks). YouTube/Google is pretty good in discovering your source.

Quote:I verify them with a method I've found online for PVA accounts.

YouTube/Google combines your IP address range with the PVA method you're using, so the result is a closer match.

Quote:Whenever I upload a video to the youtube without any blacklisted keywords like h@ck,keygen,survey,paid version for free etc,with spinned description and HQ video made by me it gets down instantly with 1 flag within an hour or less.

I know some people at YouTube that monitor every new video, analyze the description and flag them until deletion. This is an automated process without any manual work.

Quote:Mass Video Blaster Pro(Yeah I forgot to mention that I've tried uploading videos even with this software and it didn't work)

MVB is leaving back fingerprints (like GSA SER or any other tool, too).

So YouTube/Google is combining the information about your accounts (source/ip range, PVA method), your upload method (MVB) and some other interesting details I don't want to talk about here at public. It's very easy for them to discover your videos in the future and delete them, until you change your account creation and upload method techniques.

And (although I wrote it many times here): Please don't use Google products while gaming YouTube/Google, e. g. Google Chrome, Android OS, the Google Toolbar, Google Webmaster Tools etc.

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2014-12-19, 02:38 AM,
#8
(2014-12-19, 02:28 AM)BlackHatSEO Wrote: Let's jump into the details...

(2014-12-19, 01:07 AM)Nikos554 Wrote: I use youtube accounts created each one from different IP as I have Dynamic IP and I always clear my cookies with ccleaner.

Even if you change your IP address, you're using the same IP range (e. g. /24 networks). YouTube/Google is pretty good in discovering your source.

Quote:I verify them with a method I've found online for PVA accounts.

YouTube/Google combines your IP address range with the PVA method you're using, so the result is a closer match.

Quote:Whenever I upload a video to the youtube without any blacklisted keywords like h@ck,keygen,survey,paid version for free etc,with spinned description and HQ video made by me it gets down instantly with 1 flag within an hour or less.

I know some people at YouTube that monitor every new video, analyze the description and flag them until deletion. This is an automated process without any manual work.

Quote:Mass Video Blaster Pro(Yeah I forgot to mention that I've tried uploading videos even with this software and it didn't work)

MVB is leaving back fingerprints (like GSA SER or any other tool, too).

So YouTube/Google is combining the information about your accounts (source/ip range, PVA method), your upload method (MVB) and some other interesting details I don't want to talk about here at public. It's very easy for them to discover your videos in the future and delete them, until you change your account creation and upload method techniques.

And (although I wrote it many times here): Please don't use Google products while gaming YouTube/Google, e. g. Google Chrome, Android OS, the Google Toolbar, Google Webmaster Tools etc.

Thank you for the information you just shared, I would like to tell that I've tried uploading my videos manually from different connection and other computer but I got the same results. How could google track me even that way? And how can I know that it is google while I am getting a message saying that my video got deleted because the community flagged it?
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2014-12-19, 02:49 AM,
#9
(2014-12-19, 02:38 AM)Nikos554 Wrote: Thank you for the information you just shared, I would like to tell that I've tried uploading my videos manually from different connection and other computer but I got the same results. How could google track me even that way?

- Did you change your landing page URL for every new upload?
- Did you change your PVA method?
- Did you use different thumbnail images?

Google is pretty good in analyzing video content by image recognition. Just remember the filters at the image search.

Quote:And how can I know that it is google while I am getting a message saying that my video got deleted because the community flagged it?

Google is known for giving evasive answers to keep people away.

I've done ten of thousands of upload experiments the last months with my bot system, and Google sent me this flagging notice, too. Even when a video had no black hat content, no relevant keywords, no real description and no link at all - so it couldn't be found by monitoring bots of competitors.

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2014-12-19, 02:52 AM,
#10
always do my thing on firefox... dont trust g00gle anymore lol its like a big brother watching all of us.
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