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16
SEP
2015
Youtube-Online-Stats

Where Can I Find My YouTube Subscriber Ranking ?

YouTube Subscriber Ranking

Here is a list of the most popular YouTube channels:

YouTube Subscriber Ranking

 

Have you ever wanted to know how you can obtain a high YouTube Subscriber Ranking? This is the most updated list of which YouTube Subscribers are in the top 25 of the world. The function behind the subscribe button is to keep up to date withe the YouTube subscribers latest new videos out on his channel. This list of the top YouTube channels began in May 2006, at this time the number 1 YouTube Channel had around 3000 Subscribers. Almost 10 years later the number one channel on YouTube right now has over 39 million YouTube subscribers. The PewDiePie channel has held the top position on YouTube for the MOST SUBSCRIBERS since December 22, 2013.

Who Has The Most Subscribers On YouTube ?

pewdiepie

PewDiePie opened up his YouTube channel back in 2008. Since then he has nearly amassed over 40 million subscribers thanks to his unique and very goofy profane videos of him playing video games. His growth is continuing to sky rocket! Just in 2014 he has obtained more than 14 million new subscribers to his YouTube Channel. Felix Kjellberg has become an online gaming superstar around the world with his massive YouTube following.

How Much Do YouTuber’s Get Paid ?

Youtube-Online-Stats

This is how you can make money on YouTube:

There are 2 ways to generate income on YouTube.

1. If you have a YouTube partnership
2. Join a Multi-channel network

With YouTube you will usually make about $1-$4 per 1000 YouTube views on your video.

If you join an MCN, then you’ll be guaranteed a certain dollar amount per thousand views, or a split percentage of revenue made after YouTube takes there cut.

How You Get Paid:

If your a YouTube partner then you will get revenue through your Adsense. You will have the option of choosing how you want your payment sent, which usually is through wire transfer or cheque.

If you are part of the MCN payment plan they they will usually set up payment for you through Paypal. I’ve personally been payed by from the MCN by check, wire transfer, and PayPal.

How you’re payed:

If you are a YouTube partner currently, then you’ll see all your revenue through Adsense. In Adsense you can choose how you want your payment sent, which usually is through wire transfer.

If however you are apart of an MCN, then they will decide how you are payed (usually PayPal). Unless of course you are a huge channel in which you will probably get to decide. I’ve personally been payed by check, wire transfer, and PayPal in 3 different networks.

In conclusion to finding out different methods to boosting your YouTube Subscribers , the best methods I would recommend to use would be to start putting up as many videos of yourself as possible. The more videos you have on YouTube the more possibility you have in becoming a successful and maybe RICH YouTuber.

Here are some stats I found from OpenSlate/Tubefilter chart, the top 100 YouTube channels generated 17.3bn video views in July 2015, that is an 82% increase from the 9.5bn views recorded a year before in July 2014.

 

 

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09
SEP
2015
bots-violation

Should I Use YouTube Views Bots ?

Questions and answers about YouTube Views Bots!

YouTube Views Bots

Youtube Views Bots

Dozens of YouTube account creators have recently been accused of artificially boosting their views count with Youtube Bots. This mess started a couple of years ago when she noticed a strange issue with her YouTube account. One of the many videos that was in her account had been removed mysteriously. YouTube did not provide any notice about the removal of her video.  The account was in good standing and did not have any issues regarding previous attempts of boosting her YouTube videos. A couple of days later the same thing happened to 3 more musicians who had the same situation happen to them. We were curious to find out if these 2 instances were caused by the same issue.

YouTube Cracks Down

YouTube started sending out notices and case for appeals for YouTube video’s that were removed. The appeal notice basically stated that “Your video got removed because you tried to cheat the system, if you want to appeal this decisions please fill out this information”. This in turn caused major headaches for the big time musicians. It was of up most embarrassment to have your video taken down and a big “THIS VIDEO HAS BEEN REMOVED” image on your video. YouTube completely removed the video and if that was your only copy you were out luck. There was no other way of recovering the video.

When 500Views reached out to YouTube to get some kind of response as to what was going on with this mess we were actually quite optimistic. We had prepared a Google Doc spreadsheet with every relevant piece of information related to the problem. We included real names, user names, the name of the videos that were effected, if the user received policy notice warning. We asked YouTube if they needed any relevant information to look into the problem but YouTube said they were not interested.

YouTube told us that all of the videos that showed them from the DOCS list had been taken down because they apparently violated SECTION H of their Terms and Conditions. They were not able to tell us why some users received appeal notices and some didn’t.

bots-violation

After our investigating into why YouTube was taken down the video based on Fake YouTube Views we decided to help out client’s that had there videos taken down. None of the appeals that were submitted resulted in there YouTube videos being restored. YouTube was in fact certain that these individuals were buying youtube views from suppliers.  We went ahead to ask YouTube if there was any additional information we could have provided to get the video’s back on the YouTube creators accounts. Unfortunately YouTube was unable to provide us with any more details on what kind of evidence they were looking for in an appeal. The only thing they were able to provide us link’s to there policy’s.

https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/3399767

https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/3470104?hl=en

http://youtubecreator.blogspot.in/2013/11/thinking-about-buying-views.html

http://youtubecreator.blogspot.com/2012/01/views-and-3rd-party-services.html