YouTube SEO - Fiverr Gig - Good or Bad??

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I'm thinking about buying this Fiverr gig for my YouTube video and channel.

What do you guys think?

MEGA JUMBO SEO PACK
1)150 real human youtube views.
2)15 real human likes.
3)15 custom comments writen by you.
4) 15 subscribers.
5)100 social bookmarks for your video.
6)100 social bookmarks for your YouTube channel.
7)All social bookmarks will be RSS and Pinged.
8)500 high PR backlinks to your video.
9)500 high PR backlinks to your channel.
10)All links will be Pinged.
#bad #fiverr #gig #good #seo #youtube
  • Profile picture of the author mosthost
    Give it a try. What's the worst that can happen?
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    • Profile picture of the author adamvanwildest
      Originally Posted by mosthost View Post

      Give it a try. What's the worst that can happen?
      The worst that can happen? My channel gets blacklisted and all of my videos see a drastic drop in daily views.
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      • Profile picture of the author mosthost
        Originally Posted by adamvanwildest View Post

        The worst that can happen? My channel gets blacklisted and all of my videos see a drastic drop in daily views.
        Yep. Now you need to make a risk versus reward analysis.

        Have you ever heard of anyone getting their Channel banned for using Fiverr gigs? It seems YouTube would be pretty resilient from abuse.
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        • Profile picture of the author adamvanwildest
          Originally Posted by mosthost View Post

          Yep. Now you need to make a risk versus reward analysis.

          Have you ever heard of anyone getting their Channel banned for using Fiverr gigs? It seems YouTube would be pretty resilient from abuse.
          I don't have enough information to make a proper analysis. I would need to get some reviews from others that have exact experience with fiverr/youtube gigs similar to this one.
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          • Profile picture of the author mosthost
            Originally Posted by adamvanwildest View Post

            I don't have enough information to make a proper analysis. I would need to get some reviews from others that have exact experience with fiverr/youtube gigs similar to this one.
            I'm interested too. Check this video out at YouTube: hxxp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZOkyAnzVaA - Increase Youtube Views Buy Youtube Views - YouTube. Look at the views, comments, etc and the theme.

            If that one's not banned, then you're probably good to go.
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  • Profile picture of the author BrianCorcoran
    Adam,

    That sounds like a great package!

    As far a being blacklisted is concerned, don't worry about it! With a package like that you wont even appear as a blip on there radar! Its the people adding 100,000 views a day that youtube cares about.

    Also, it's $5, go for it!
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  • Profile picture of the author adamvanwildest
    ya. true. All of his vids have at least 20k views, one over 2 million. His gig has all positive feedback except for idiots that didn't understand the 50k views were not instant.

    that makes me feel a little better.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Some of you guys create your own problems.

    Lol, at the 500 high PR links included in the $5, a guy would have to be high as a kite to believe that crap. At least make it realistic.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael_Le
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    not to mention utube is cracking down on fake views etc.......good luck with that
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  • Profile picture of the author kochtgr
    Originally Posted by adamvanwildest View Post

    I'm thinking about buying this Fiverr gig for my YouTube video and channel.

    What do you guys think?

    MEGA JUMBO SEO PACK
    1)150 real human youtube views.
    2)15 real human likes.
    3)15 custom comments writen by you.
    4) 15 subscribers.
    5)100 social bookmarks for your video.
    6)100 social bookmarks for your YouTube channel.
    7)All social bookmarks will be RSS and Pinged.
    8)500 high PR backlinks to your video.
    9)500 high PR backlinks to your channel.
    10)All links will be Pinged.
    What is the url of this fiverr gig?
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  • Profile picture of the author saloni
    Don't try it.. Just Post your video having good title and description (Keywords Included) and wait for result.... Any short tricks will be negative for you...
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  • Profile picture of the author paulgl
    Originally Posted by adamvanwildest View Post

    I'm thinking about buying this Fiverr gig for my YouTube video and channel.

    What do you guys think?

    MEGA JUMBO SEO PACK
    1)150 real human youtube views.
    2)15 real human likes.
    3)15 custom comments writen by you.
    4) 15 subscribers.
    5)100 social bookmarks for your video.
    6)100 social bookmarks for your YouTube channel.
    7)All social bookmarks will be RSS and Pinged.
    8)500 high PR backlinks to your video.
    9)500 high PR backlinks to your channel.
    10)All links will be Pinged.
    1,2,3,4,5,8,10 are complete junk.
    6 is borderline. 9 is a big, fat maybe.

    $5 for a maybe? Why not buy some lotto tickets?

    If anyone thinks any of that list is worth even 10 cents,
    stay away from them.

    But then, I cannot fathom why anyone is still asking about
    fiverr. Just goes to show that the best advice here gets buried.

    Paul
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  • Remember YouTube is now owned by Google and YouTube is a video search engine so I am sure that some of the same blackhat tactics which are used in Google will also get penalised in YouTube as soon as they begin updating their algorithms. Maybe this stuff would work now but in the not to distant future, its bound to get penalised. I really wouldn't risk it.
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  • Profile picture of the author RedShifted
    I am making a small fortune off youtube right now doing precisely this. But I am doing it for a select offline niche.

    This is what I'm going to tell you, these gigs absolutely work, but not the gig you are ordering. I would NOT waste my time with that gig specifically.

    The gig I use offers 40,000 *real* human views over the course of 2 months. Then I get 100 likes, 50 subscribers, 30 custom comments and thats it (I don't even use the custom comments anymore tbo, I just don't need them for my niche).

    But I use this gig a very specific way, and its the way you use it that matters most imo.

    First I design a great video. I never upload crap to youtube.
    Then I SEO optimize the hell out of my video. Title/description/tags/annotations/everything.

    Afterwards I do all the backlinks on my own.

    I do them here: Human Verification (2,000 links)
    Then here: http://backlinks.auto-im.com/freepack/free.php (20,000 links)

    Then I do additional backlinking with scrapebox by scraping keywords and sending out a blast. My youtube videos NEVER get blacklisted.

    After all this is done, then I order the fiver gig.
    With the fiver gigs, aim for a lot more views/likes/subscribers/comments. But make sure they are not botted and make sure the gig is done as slow as possible (not because you'll get in trouble but because it works better long term, your videos will pick up tons of more views in the future rather than spiking and dropping).

    I have used those all in one packs and they suck. Which is why I do all the backlinks myself then order a massive view/like/subscribe/comment pack.

    I have ranked keywords in position 1 of youtube in as little as 2 days doing this. Some harder keywords take about 6 weeks. But the video slowly takes on views/likes/etc for 8 weeks.

    The best part about this is some of my more competitive keywords would only make it to position 5-6. But they would CONTINUE to take on MASSIVE amounts of natural youtube views afterwards and eventually slide up to positions 1 & 2. However, this technique does not work for massively competitive keywords that have millions of views. I'm sure there are better ways for handling those types of keywords. In my niche, my profit margin is high and the niche is moderately competitive for most my keywords. You want good content, and you want to get your views up as high as possible. This will get more and more clicks, and you can rank some pretty impressive keywords using this system. If you need more backlinks for bigger keywords, there are tons of ways to go about it. Like writing articles than having people use thebestspinner to spin them. I never order backlinks on fiver I always have them spin the content than submit it all myself. I've always had a much better result that way.

    Although like I said I focus on less competitive niches because its quicker/easier.

    Good luck and trust me, this method works and works very well when done correctly.
    For my 1 niche, I have about 30 videos ranked now, and I get a ton of leads through youtube all by itself. This converts to a nice chunk of change every month for my biz. I give all the leads to my salesteam, they close them, and then I reinvest the profits into dominating other areas of google. For a bit of extra motivation, NBC found one of these videos I ranked with fiver, and in 3 days we're now going on tv.

    Think about that. I spent $5 and about 2 hours on this 1 video (made it about 3 months ago). And that video is now getting me on tv.

    Hows that for motivation? =]

    -Red
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    • Profile picture of the author humbledmarket
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      Originally Posted by RedShifted View Post

      I am making a small fortune off youtube right now doing precisely this. But I am doing it for a select offline niche.

      This is what I'm going to tell you, these gigs absolutely work, but not the gig you are ordering. I would NOT waste my time with that gig specifically.

      The gig I use offers 40,000 *real* human views over the course of 2 months. Then I get 100 likes, 50 subscribers, 30 custom comments and thats it (I don't even use the custom comments anymore tbo, I just don't need them for my niche).

      But I use this gig a very specific way, and its the way you use it that matters most imo.

      First I design a great video. I never upload crap to youtube.
      Then I SEO optimize the hell out of my video. Title/description/tags/annotations/everything.

      Afterwards I do all the backlinks on my own.

      I do them here: Human Verification (2,000 links)
      Then here: http://backlinks.auto-im.com/freepack/free.php (20,000 links)

      Then I do additional backlinking with scrapebox by scraping keywords and sending out a blast. My youtube videos NEVER get blacklisted.

      After all this is done, then I order the fiver gig.
      With the fiver gigs, aim for a lot more views/likes/subscribers/comments. But make sure they are not botted and make sure the gig is done as slow as possible (not because you'll get in trouble but because it works better long term, your videos will pick up tons of more views in the future rather than spiking and dropping).

      I have used those all in one packs and they suck. Which is why I do all the backlinks myself then order a massive view/like/subscribe/comment pack.

      I have ranked keywords in position 1 of youtube in as little as 2 days doing this. Some harder keywords take about 6 weeks. But the video slowly takes on views/likes/etc for 8 weeks.

      The best part about this is some of my more competitive keywords would only make it to position 5-6. But they would CONTINUE to take on MASSIVE amounts of natural youtube views afterwards and eventually slide up to positions 1 & 2. However, this technique does not work for massively competitive keywords that have millions of views. I'm sure there are better ways for handling those types of keywords. In my niche, my profit margin is high and the niche is moderately competitive for most my keywords. You want good content, and you want to get your views up as high as possible. This will get more and more clicks, and you can rank some pretty impressive keywords using this system. If you need more backlinks for bigger keywords, there are tons of ways to go about it. Like writing articles than having people use thebestspinner to spin them. I never order backlinks on fiver I always have them spin the content than submit it all myself. I've always had a much better result that way.

      Although like I said I focus on less competitive niches because its quicker/easier.

      Good luck and trust me, this method works and works very well when done correctly.
      For my 1 niche, I have about 30 videos ranked now, and I get a ton of leads through youtube all by itself. This converts to a nice chunk of change every month for my biz. I give all the leads to my salesteam, they close them, and then I reinvest the profits into dominating other areas of google. For a bit of extra motivation, NBC found one of these videos I ranked with fiver, and in 3 days we're now going on tv.

      Think about that. I spent $5 and about 2 hours on this 1 video (made it about 3 months ago). And that video is now getting me on tv.

      Hows that for motivation? =]

      -Red
      Wow, very interesting indeed. Sounds like a solid strategy and I can vouch that it works!

      Really hard to go wrong with Youtube:
      - Likes & favourites
      - Video Views (Very important to "jump start" your video...although we've ranked MANY videos without buying views, they tend to come in naturally from our promotions)
      - Links

      It's also a lot easier to optimize a youtube video than a website. Been using youtube for passive (seriously passive, as in set and forget....so much so I forgot to redirect traffic when a CPA offer was changed) for the past 2-3 years already.

      Please do update us when your video is online
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    • Profile picture of the author deprhino
      Thanks RedShifted for your thorough input and comments on your own personal experience in you tube video marketing. Actual case study and user experience shared marketing on you tube is priceless!
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    • Profile picture of the author TheZafraGroup
      Originally Posted by RedShifted View Post

      I am making a small fortune off youtube right now doing precisely this. But I am doing it for a select offline niche.

      This is what I'm going to tell you, these gigs absolutely work, but not the gig you are ordering. I would NOT waste my time with that gig specifically.

      The gig I use offers 40,000 *real* human views over the course of 2 months. Then I get 100 likes, 50 subscribers, 30 custom comments and thats it (I don't even use the custom comments anymore tbo, I just don't need them for my niche).

      But I use this gig a very specific way, and its the way you use it that matters most imo.

      First I design a great video. I never upload crap to youtube.
      Then I SEO optimize the hell out of my video. Title/description/tags/annotations/everything.

      Afterwards I do all the backlinks on my own.

      I do them here: Human Verification (2,000 links)
      Then here: http://backlinks.auto-im.com/freepack/free.php (20,000 links)

      Then I do additional backlinking with scrapebox by scraping keywords and sending out a blast. My youtube videos NEVER get blacklisted.

      After all this is done, then I order the fiver gig.
      With the fiver gigs, aim for a lot more views/likes/subscribers/comments. But make sure they are not botted and make sure the gig is done as slow as possible (not because you'll get in trouble but because it works better long term, your videos will pick up tons of more views in the future rather than spiking and dropping).

      I have used those all in one packs and they suck. Which is why I do all the backlinks myself then order a massive view/like/subscribe/comment pack.

      I have ranked keywords in position 1 of youtube in as little as 2 days doing this. Some harder keywords take about 6 weeks. But the video slowly takes on views/likes/etc for 8 weeks.

      The best part about this is some of my more competitive keywords would only make it to position 5-6. But they would CONTINUE to take on MASSIVE amounts of natural youtube views afterwards and eventually slide up to positions 1 & 2. However, this technique does not work for massively competitive keywords that have millions of views. I'm sure there are better ways for handling those types of keywords. In my niche, my profit margin is high and the niche is moderately competitive for most my keywords. You want good content, and you want to get your views up as high as possible. This will get more and more clicks, and you can rank some pretty impressive keywords using this system. If you need more backlinks for bigger keywords, there are tons of ways to go about it. Like writing articles than having people use thebestspinner to spin them. I never order backlinks on fiver I always have them spin the content than submit it all myself. I've always had a much better result that way.

      Although like I said I focus on less competitive niches because its quicker/easier.

      Good luck and trust me, this method works and works very well when done correctly.
      For my 1 niche, I have about 30 videos ranked now, and I get a ton of leads through youtube all by itself. This converts to a nice chunk of change every month for my biz. I give all the leads to my salesteam, they close them, and then I reinvest the profits into dominating other areas of google. For a bit of extra motivation, NBC found one of these videos I ranked with fiver, and in 3 days we're now going on tv.

      Think about that. I spent $5 and about 2 hours on this 1 video (made it about 3 months ago). And that video is now getting me on tv.

      Hows that for motivation? =]

      -Red
      Thanks for your post man. I needed to read this. I've been doing YouTube SEO for a little over a month now. I have around 13 videos.

      In that 30 days, I was able to generate 45 leads all from YouTube but no sales as of yet. I use Fiverr for backlinks and my videos are ranking pretty well. I guess it's too early for me to judge this strategy. My mentor has made a lot of money doing this strategy and I'm simply following the steps. How much do you usually spend on gigs?
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  • Profile picture of the author spa3212
    Who the guys providing you all bunch of service to you..
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  • Profile picture of the author ownergolan
    The beauty about YouTube is u can blast these kind of gigs without worrying too much.. Try it out!
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  • Profile picture of the author squadron
    Originally Posted by adamvanwildest View Post

    I'm thinking about buying this Fiverr gig for my YouTube video and channel.

    What do you guys think?
    Try it on another "test" or "experimental" channel first, wait 4 weeks and see what happens.

    Every Fiverr gig I have bought has been well worth the $5 if not just for education and amusement
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  • Profile picture of the author Dani16
    Youtube retention views work well now a days, I you're interested I can refer a friend
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  • Profile picture of the author Heart Cardio
    For $5 I would think that it is a good package. You are getting a lot for that money. I have never done anything like that though.
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  • I agree with many in this thread. Fiverr and youtube seem to work very well together. Ive tested it with 1 video so far (granted it had all the right keywords and tags) and 2 months later that video has about 30,000 views.

    So yes. Youtube SEO is fine with fiverr. (However I only tested it once but had excellent results.)

    I will do more in the future, especially if they're getting views like that.
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  • Profile picture of the author Danny Woolard
    As far as views go, make sure a certain % of views are full views. Meaning the video is watched until the end. Youtube considers it a bad thing when your videos are never completely watched..Meaning your video has a high bounce rate.

    Also Youtube allows 300 views from the same IP...Use the plugin "Reload Every" for firefox. Works great for reloading pages and increasing view count.
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  • Profile picture of the author rain21
    worthy to give it a shot. I don't believe this will ban your channel.
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  • Profile picture of the author skyro
    Getting quality backlinks is good for your YouTube video but I think Google shows more love when your video is getting views and peole are staying on the video, you getting likes and comments. it's showing that you have good information in your video.

    Google whole thing is providing goood content to its user. So the more you focus on that aspect the better chances of ranking.
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  • Profile picture of the author shim333
    Try some gig offers on not "money" videos, then see what work, then order this to "money" videos
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  • Profile picture of the author nanotrip
    If you are building your youtube channel, I wouldn´t risk everything for a fiverr gig.
    Instead upload the video on a different youtube account and test the service to see how it works. Make sure to change the length of the video to avoid any duplicates.
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  • Profile picture of the author michaelkoehler92
    Sounds like a 100% worthless service.

    Even not worth $5 lol

    Where is the onpage part? This is the most important thing on youtube. 150 views and a few likes and some backlinks won't do anything.

    Originally Posted by adamvanwildest View Post

    I'm thinking about buying this Fiverr gig for my YouTube video and channel.

    What do you guys think?

    MEGA JUMBO SEO PACK
    1)150 real human youtube views.
    2)15 real human likes.
    3)15 custom comments writen by you.
    4) 15 subscribers.
    5)100 social bookmarks for your video.
    6)100 social bookmarks for your YouTube channel.
    7)All social bookmarks will be RSS and Pinged.
    8)500 high PR backlinks to your video.
    9)500 high PR backlinks to your channel.
    10)All links will be Pinged.
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