Buying Safe YouTube Traffic

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I just had a video removed from YouTube for "Violation of TOU #4 Section H". Until now I have had great success and few problems with YouTube marketing. Views are important, and I need to figure out what our safe options are.

These are the sources I used for my video:
Vagex: Seemed like I had low views results compared to what I ordered. I ended up with a few hundred views here and a handful of likes.
YTNuke: I ordered 2,000 views
u2bviews: I think I got a few hundred views here as well as likes and subscriptions.

I was thinking these were all part of view exchanges which should be safe. It seems that from the email YouTube sent it is allowable to purchase traffic as long is it isn't from robots/spiders. Here is part of the email:

"Many users trust outside marketers who claim to increase views, subscribers, likes, etc., but each user is ultimately responsible for the activity on his or her account, as well as for knowing and abiding by YouTube's Terms of Use. This includes understanding the nature of the traffic on his or her channel and making sure any hired service providers comply with YouTube's Terms of Use. "

This tells me it is OK to hire providers, but they have to comply with TOS.

With all that said, does anyone have any ideas on where it is safe to get views?
#buying #safe #traffic #youtube
  • Profile picture of the author Max Anderson
    Vagex and u2bviews are safe, since it´s real traffic.

    Don´t know about the third traffic source since I never used it!
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    • Profile picture of the author STMN
      Originally Posted by Max Anderson View Post

      Vagex and u2bviews are safe, since it´s real traffic.

      Don´t know about the third traffic source since I never used it!

      Same here..
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      • Profile picture of the author AllanJames
        Originally Posted by Omane Fowler View Post

        Same here..
        Well, I note the views and sources mentioned above but I wonder:

        Is Youtube (Google) so filled with dummies for staff that they can't recognise views that are purchased rather that natural growth based on the quality and real popularity?
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    • Profile picture of the author punnu
      Originally Posted by Max Anderson View Post

      Vagex and u2bviews are safe, since it´s real traffic.

      Don´t know about the third traffic source since I never used it!
      @Max - is it good for just increasing views or good or earning as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author Matt59000
    I use viralsocials.com for youtube views, it's safe and they are 100% honest, they provide me geo-targeted-retention views, it's the best views for ranking your video and for have a secure traffic.
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    • Profile picture of the author xpesos
      I got my main video banned due to viralsocials, they had glitch a while ago, if you will order 1k views they will send like 5k or more
      I don't know about now, but it is the very same reason i left them
      Originally Posted by Matt59000 View Post

      I use viralsocials.com for youtube views, it's safe and they are 100% honest, they provide me geo-targeted-retention views, it's the best views for ranking your video and for have a secure traffic.
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    • Profile picture of the author morg2k2
      Originally Posted by Matt59000 View Post

      I use viralsocials.com for youtube views, it's safe and they are 100% honest, they provide me geo-targeted-retention views, it's the best views for ranking your video and for have a secure traffic.
      Becaureful about this provider i had a couple of deleted videos. On the past they were very good, right now you should have a red flag.

      My 2 cents
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  • Profile picture of the author PhotogJohn
    I'm starting to think that maybe Vagex was the problem. I remember ordering about 500 views, and my view count increased less than 10 views (and it wasn't the 300 view pause). I'm wondering if YouTube is now seeing something in Vagex and not counting the views.
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnPeters1983
    what about enhanceviews.com
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  • Profile picture of the author olvus
    THERE ARE NO ANY SAFE YOUTUBE VIEWS PROVIDERS AT THIS TIME
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  • Profile picture of the author Danny Cutts
    Just dont buy it....

    Because in time you will come on here bitching that youtube closed your business and you dont know why...

    Ethical marketing.
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  • Profile picture of the author yezgani
    Originally Posted by PhotogJohn View Post

    I just had a video removed from YouTube for "Violation of TOU #4 Section H". Until now I have had great success and few problems with YouTube marketing. Views are important, and I need to figure out what our safe options are.

    These are the sources I used for my video:
    Vagex: Seemed like I had low views results compared to what I ordered. I ended up with a few hundred views here and a handful of likes.
    YTNuke: I ordered 2,000 views
    u2bviews: I think I got a few hundred views here as well as likes and subscriptions.

    I was thinking these were all part of view exchanges which should be safe. It seems that from the email YouTube sent it is allowable to purchase traffic as long is it isn't from robots/spiders. Here is part of the email:

    "Many users trust outside marketers who claim to increase views, subscribers, likes, etc., but each user is ultimately responsible for the activity on his or her account, as well as for knowing and abiding by YouTube's Terms of Use. This includes understanding the nature of the traffic on his or her channel and making sure any hired service providers comply with YouTube's Terms of Use. "

    This tells me it is OK to hire providers, but they have to comply with TOS.

    With all that said, does anyone have any ideas on where it is safe to get views?
    Youtube seem to be clamping down on violations of their terms of use. Their terms are however too vague that you may be violating them without knowing it.
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  • Profile picture of the author cyberzolo
    Those services are all bots, notice that most of your visitors come from Russia or Japan, not the United States. Plus most of the services add likes that are at a unrealistic ratio to views.
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    • Profile picture of the author The Rich Brother
      Join addmefast and do it yourself it's not taking alot of time for getting Several hundred Views.

      I am doing it for 2 years and nevet have a problem with youtube.
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  • Profile picture of the author tht222
    I'm using u2bviews and never had a single problem. What I do is add a video, let it "sit" for a week or so, add a few hundred views, then after a few more days I start adding thousands of views and some likes. So far so good (knock on wood)
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  • Profile picture of the author artflair
    You can try like4like.org , you can either buy or exchange youtube visitors there - and they are real.
    Good luck
    Art
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeffery Moss
    Possibly, you could go to a micro task site and pay people a few cents to view and comment on your video(s). You could get 20 real human views/comments on your video for as little as $1.00. These sites are different than Fiverr, in how they use a crowd sourcing mechanism, using real people who perform micro task jobs for a small sum of money. This is better than using a Fiverr type Youtube views service which will use a bot to give you views rather than real human views.
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  • Profile picture of the author josephcaron
    like4like.org is very good site to increase viewers
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  • Profile picture of the author RobLevin
    I personally use Enhance Views, because the have a high retention view option, which will actually help with your rankings.
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    • Profile picture of the author 9999
      Will have to check out some of these places, thanks for the info!
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  • Profile picture of the author banwork
    The only safe YouTube views solution for the long term health of a channel and to get organic growth is to use Google AdWords for video. I have done this for my channel and got explosive growth. At $0.03 to $0.10 per view, I pay a lot more for my views than other services charge. Since I am paying Google to advertise on their own website, I also get the highest return out of my ads with 90% of my videos being watched as a result of the ads I am showing on Google/YouTube. Spend your money on the highest quality and you will get the best return.
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  • Profile picture of the author buddhabux
    ty banwork, ive been nervous about boosting views on my premium channel, but now i know a safe way to do it! the extra cost is worth it to me, cheers...
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  • Profile picture of the author Magicalidea
    I'm only know about Vagex and I still see it's the only good way to increase views on Youtube
    I'm both using and sell views too so that it takes much result
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