YouTube View Bot is a software tool used for increasing the amount of views your videos have. By increasing the amount of views your videos have not only will your vidoes look more popular (thus getting more views naturally) they will also rank higher, so again they will get more natural views and engagement.
YouTube View Bot uses web browsers installed on your machine such as Chrome and IE with proxies or a VPN to load and play your chosen video.
The software can run in a infinite loop constantly increasing the videos views in a set and forget manner or just a single run.
There are three different modes this software can run in.
Views are part of Google's ranking algorithm for where your videos appear when a user performs a Google search and a YouTube search. So more views from the bot means more views from the natural real users. Which in turn means more subscribers!
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Hi guys it's Jamie from SupaGrowth.com and in this video I'm going to show you how to use my YouTube view bot software tool. So some of you may know, I did already have a previous view bot, but I decided to rewrite it from scratch because the algorithm that YouTube uses to spot artificial views is getting more and more strict. So I've rewritten it completely in an effort to try and work around that and allow people to increase their video ranking with views and just to make their videos look more popular and they really are so. As I said, the algorithm it is getting stricter and stricter, so in the very beginning you used to be able to literally just have one IP address and just pump, you know 20 thousand views at a video this was years ago, but that would work with just one IP address fo all those views.
Now the algorithm is really stric, Google looks at not just simple things like user agents and things like that but how dirty the IP addresses and things like that, which is one of the reasons I've taken public proxy support out of this software, so yeah. Basically I just wanted to make you guys aware that it's getting a lot tougher to generate those kind of views that we used to be able to do. So this tool now it's more of a tool for giving your video is kind of that little kickstart of like 500 views a day or something and you just set it on a VPS and then kind of set and forget and leave it running sort of thing. Yeah so also before I show it working, I just want to say a couple more things. I wouldn't say this is at all for beginners, if you don't know what a VPN a VPS or a proxy server is, then it's probably not the right view tool for you unless you're willing to you educate yourself on what all those things are which isn't that difficult to understand.
But it will take some time that you'll have to invest as I always say this when using kind of gray hat black hat tools, like this kind of is compared to the rest of my stuff think about long-term growth. As I was saying, this tools fine to give your videos that little kick start in the beginning, but you won't ever be able to build a massive you know highly profitable sustainable video channel. Out of you know artificially inflated videos. Just so just keep that in mind bots are no substitute for real good engaging content. Okay, that's it so we'll get into how it works and I'll show you a demo and what everything does so the first time you run the program. You'll get a little consent form that comes up just make sure that you're aware of certain things. So if you opt to use the embedded Internet Explorer browser, it will delete all of your settings, your cache and your cookies internet explorer. So if IE is your primary browser, then make sure you backup all those settings up before using this software tool.
Also just be aware that the order of quality of IP addresses generally goes, VPN (virtal private network), dedicated proxies, semi-dedicated or rotating rotating proxies are about same and then public proxies and the quality of your results will depend on the quality of the IP addresses that you use and also just keep in mind views are counted on videos slowly, they can take up to 24 hours to show. Sometimes they go up in kind of stages called blocks and sometimes they can actually disappear up to 72 hours later, I don't know exactly how it works. I haven't been able to reverse engineer it fully, but I suspect there's some quite intensive check that they schedule or or perhaps when a video has a certain amount of views then kind of the the data sample size is big enough for them to determine that they're artificially inflated views or something like that. Just be aware: it's not a quick process, views take a while to show and then they can drop off a few days later, so just keep that in mind when you're using the tool.
All right, okay, enough of me talking, let's go through it exactly how you use it and what it does so pretty simple start here this is the URL of your video that you want to increase the views on. Select whether you're going to use a VPN (Virtual private network), dedicated proxies or rotating proxies, if you're using proxies, then enter them over there when you click that button you'll get a little pop-up where you can enter your proxies if you're using a VPN then you don't need to enter proxies, but you need to tell the tool that the machine will have a new IP every X seconds in our seconds setting which you can set there. So wait 20 seconds we're checking if we've got a new IP or yes, we need to tell it whether you're, using your own, IP, changing, VPN or you're using a specific version of like my ass Pro VPN, which we can programmatically change an IP through using this tool, it'll do that for you, if you use that specific version which you can download from my website, there's a link at the bottom of the page.
But like I said you don't need to worry about that if you're actually using a VPN. So this is important setting here as well, how many times to use an IP address per 24 hours generally people say just once for each IP address every 24 hours. Obviously that limits the amount of views you can send, but it also means that they're more likely to stick so it's kind of like an art getting views to stick. So you know, don't just listen to me free to experiment yourself as well. I have found that it almost seems like sometimes the age of a channel and the existing views on the video already has also determined some part in how well the view stick as well, so it might be different for everyone, but that's just generally what people recommend setting the IP usage at. So how long should you watch the video for and it'll pick a random time between that small value and that high value there and browser settings, so you have two options of what browsers use you can either use your systems, internet explorer, which will be embedded and you'll be able to watch it here. If you choose to watch it or you can use a version of Chrome if you've got Chrome installed, and you can also click that and you can watch you the bot, Chrome will pop up and you can watch it watching the video to make sure it works if you want you, don't have to have the watch set for either of those it will work fine without. It's just if you want to be sure that it's definitely loading the video, then you can turn those settings on.
IP usage statistics so if you want to see how many times a certain IP address has been used for a certain video, you can load that up action log theres nothing in there at the moment when the program is running. It'll tell you what it's doing here, they also have it in a log here which is handy for seeing if it's you know, something's not doing something, you don't think it should be or you're not sure you can check the action log and you can see kind of a log of event. Settings, user agents, I wouldn't bother changing that because there's, like thousands in there it'll pick random ones. For each request pick what the HTTP referer is, you can add more in there if you like, but generally that's fine and that's it so we'll watch it in action. So in this demo we're going to use the embedded IE and we're going to watch it one setting that I realised that I should have shown you is the flush IP usage history. So in the demo, while I was developing this tool min ago, I used all my dedicated proxies once to test it, so if I was to run the tool now, it wouldn't work because I've already used all my proxies each one per 24 hours. So if I flushed the history, it'll forget that and then it'll allow me to use them again, so if we run that now we're going out on a new IP after we used it, we used it less than we have set in the 24 hours.
Yes, so there we go we can now get a video to load with this IP address and there we go the video starts playing. I'm just going to pause that so I can speak so it will watch it between 20 to 30 seconds and then how I set the embedded Internet Explorer the moment it just redirects to another website. Just so it can clear the cache, so don't be alarmed if you see something like that. Now, moving on to the next IP it is ready to use, and we should start loading the video again on a different IP. Now there we go, and you should see all that in the action log, as well as how we've used the IP X amount of times when we use them and to which videos.
Okay, so hopefully that gives you guys a good idea of how it works. As I said, it is getting quite hard to get views to stick through view bots these days, YouTube's getting really smart and really strict about that. So don't pump the videos too hard and just use it as a little tool to give you that little boost when you publish the video of you know like 500 views day or something like that. Just to give you that extra ranking boost that you need for your videos that you know gain some traction. Yeah that's it, thanks for watching guys, and I hope this all works well for you.