|how track my youtube clicks is there any softwarre||ombg||6/25/12 3:02 AM|
hello youtube i want to know that is there any way so that i can track clicks coming from youtube.
i got software in my website through which i can cath any suspicious activity but don't know how to do this with youtube
means in brief how to know how many clicks coming from same IP number.
hope you understood as iam very concern about google tos
|Re: how track my youtube clicks is there any softwarre||greenflams||6/25/12 3:45 AM|
|Re: how track my youtube clicks is there any softwarre||ombg||6/25/12 4:48 AM|
as you said that "You can't do that at the moment"
in your second line you said "Just don't try to cheat the advertisers or violate any of the other AdSense policies in any manner and you'll be fine!"
k so in youtube i saw many videos where people saying, they didnt click on their adds still their account get disabled.thats simply means their is some other guy who might be jealous of him & doing click boming.all peoples might know about invalid clicks .
means you want to say i sit quit & just waiting to invalid click to happen & suddenty my account to get suspended.i get almost 23k+ views a day more than 450+clks.at such +450clicks how i know which one is valid & which is invalid man.their must e some way!
|Re: how track my youtube clicks is there any softwarre||greenflams||6/25/12 7:47 PM|
Well, first of all, Google detects invalid clicks from your "enemies" and filters them out to help protect your account and the advertisers' wallets. However, not clicking your ad does NOT mean you may not be violating the policy in other manners, such as suggesting others to view or click your ads, or several hundred other ways. The majority of users who have been banned for invalid activity were NOT banned for clicking their ads, but for using other deceptive ways to hurt the wallets of Google's advertisers and increase their own banks, either willingly or unknowingly.
Thus, "I didn't click my ad and I still got banned" could also mean "I told my friends how I earn money, they clicked my ads to help me so now I'm banned even though I didn't click the ads." It could also mean hundreds of other actions that justify the banishment.
Do this and you'll be totally safe:
1. Upload your videos.
2. Claim / submit them for monetization.
3. Forget about those videos forever. Don't watch or click your video ads or banner / link ads, don't mention to anyone anything about the ads; pretend the ads don't exist.
4. Upload another video.
5. Repeat steps 2 to 5.
|Re: how track my youtube clicks is there any softwarre||DietHobby||6/26/12 5:21 AM|
You bring up an interesting argument against allowing ads to run on your videos.
I clearly understand not watching or clicking any of your ads, and pretending the ads don't exist.But... if I understand you clearly, "Forget about those videos forever." sounds you are saying that if one of the main reasons you've uploaded your videos is to watch them yourself, then you are in danger of violating some kind of AdSense rule. OR, if you keep going into the description or tag or annotation areas of old videos to modify them and make them better, then watch the resulting videos to make certain theses additions appear on your video as intended, then you are in danger of violating some kind of AdSense rule. OR, etc. etc. etc.
Of course, many of one's own video views might not be added to the total viewcount, but surely, watching one's own videos and sharing them with one's friends and family is actually the POINT of having videos.
|Re: how track my youtube clicks is there any softwarre||DietHobby||6/26/12 7:19 AM|
In addition, in order to reply to comments, one must go to one's video, or if even you don't choose to reply to comments, it is necessary to go to your video even in order to read comments to see if you want to approve them...only one comment pending approval per video shows up at a time in the in-box. So, apart from the pleasure of watching one's own videos, there is no way to have a "hands-on-approach" to one's videos and one's channel if you load a video, and then simply "forget it".
|Re: how track my youtube clicks is there any softwarre||Colette W||6/26/12 9:47 AM|
you don't have to go to the watch page, just go directly to the comment page
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|Re: how track my youtube clicks is there any softwarre||markimatang||6/26/12 10:09 AM|
I still like to watch my videos on YouTube from time to time. Youtube has been know to screw up the video and are are you to know and report (for example) if the audio at 30 seconds in suddenly gets garbled etc. In one case the audio was muted only when viewing at 360p resolution. (I actually didn't catch this one until another user commented on it because I usually don't view at that resolution but you get the idea.)
|Re: how track my youtube clicks is there any softwarre||greenflams||6/26/12 2:03 PM|
If the majority of your audience is comprised of your family and friends, then you most certainly are not a good candidate for the AdSense program. You may watch your videos any amount of time you want, but make sure you don't see your ads each time you do so (can be made possible by disabling the ads), or else, the advertisers aren't getting what they paid for.
If I want to advertise my restaurant, I would like my ad to reach valid potential customers (not quite the people I pay to give my restaurant a shout out, but the ones who're meant to receive the shout out and possibly become my customers). It's not just a Google logic, but common sense for business folks.
Remember, I didn't make the AdSense policy, Google did.