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YouTube Sales New To SEO
I am selling you tube items but my listing will not let me put the word you tune in my title,
What's going on?
May 31, 2018, 4:11 am
You should probably contact the support.Community members won't help as much as staff members.It is best that you contact them as soon as you can and get and answer for them.I think Ionicware staff will reply in 2/3 hours or might take up to 24 hours.Until then,try to search the forums and maybe find the answer.
May 31, 2018, 10:36 am
I might just be spitballing here, but I'm not entirely sure if providing certain types of YouTube services is allowed on here. I'm under this assumption since I've seen multiple posters express their concerns about their YouTube services being taken down. It could be that providing third party services for YouTube channels (like subscriber bots, artificial views, etc...) is in violation of YouTube's Terms of Service, and Ionicware's affiliation with anyone providing such services could potentially result in legal action against them.
As centurion recommended, it's best to ask Ionicware directly.
June 1, 2018, 4:38 am
There is no need going on with more suggestions in another way, so I would move to second this suggestion which you just made here. It's better to hear directly from the support team and be sure of not getting yourself caught up with breaching the set rules and regulations. It's better to be careful and safe, than be in a rush and fall into a trap and get burnt.
June 1, 2018, 7:52 am
I remember seeing another post where someone had an issue with putting the term YouTube in their titles and had to workaround it so that they could enable it. The only explanation I can think of is that the term is blocked because maybe Google puts Seocheckout further down the search results for trying to sell services related to YouTube which Google don't like and aren't in favour of.
June 1, 2018, 3:31 pm
"...the term is blocked because maybe Google puts Seocheckout further down the search results for trying to sell services related to YouTube..."
This is one of my theories as well, next to Ionicware also possibly facing certain legal repercussions from Google. I also remember seeing a lot of similar posts before. I know recently someone was having the same issue with their Spotify service as well. I think Ionicware has just been cracking down on services that might cause the site and their company some trouble. It's obviously understandable from their perspective.
June 2, 2018, 11:28 am
Exactly, some sites are always on the lookout for some words that does more harm than good to its existence and its the reason why such words are blocked from being used on the site. I think there was somewhere I read about someone complaining about not being able to use a certain work in Seocheckout and it turns out that the word was a red flag for the site, so it's not allowed. So therefore, this is likely the case with this fellow with the use of YouTube word.
June 3, 2018, 8:36 am
The problem is I know that there are a lot of services on here for both Spotify and YouTube based services that don't have the name on the title. I wonder if Ionicware know about these services and are letting them stay online or if they just haven't come across them to remove them.
June 3, 2018, 4:39 pm
Sometime back when I was posting a job related to Twitter service, the word Twitter in the title was not accepted. I had to replace with social media. I am not sure but I hear that offering social media services is not readily accepted by Seocheckout as sending paid subscribers, paid views/traffic is illegal to these social media sites.
June 2, 2018, 6:31 am
It's quite understandable that it would be illegal, though, especially given the current political climate. There has been a lot of controversy, particularly in the United States, regarding outside sources (ahem, Russia) influencing political movements and destabilizing the American political system through social media manipulation. Obviously, being able to purchase services with no moral discretion, in order to create manufactured popularity and authority for certain posts and accounts, is very shady. I can see how companies would want to defend themselves against such potential misuse and manipulation.
June 3, 2018, 6:04 am
You have a point. I sometimes also work on a micrworkers, a microjob site. Recently, I did a half a dozen jobs that was related to searching keywords, checking the website. The employer has hired 99 more people like me. If all of these people in different location, again and again, search the keywords and check the website, the website rank will increase. This is not organic but the person will be able to cheat Google.
The same happens with social media service.
I want to test how people are giving subscribers and followers. Therefore, I created the service. The seller sent me 1000 followers and I checked these followers and all of them were fake accountst
June 3, 2018, 6:09 pm
I think some of the social media services need approval from support. And they are limiting some social media gigs. So you may want to check that out with the support. I am sure you have some idea on how to handle things but I guess support can answer this query lot better.
June 3, 2018, 5:29 am
I am sure as soon as you contact support you will receive your answer. Once you get an answer you should consider posting on here again to let us know what you found out. Thanks for posting.
June 3, 2018, 11:03 am
I guess it's not allowed due to certain restrictions on 3rd-party sites or services. Best to contact support to find out the real issue.
June 4, 2018, 10:30 am
I think the reason behind deleting services related to social media (facebook, twitter, youtube etc.) might be because most of the sellers are faking it. My statement is based on my own observation. Sometime back I bought a twitter follower service. The seller had good ratings and many recommendations, therefore, I chose him. He did send me followers, however, when I checked the accounts of these followers, none of them had any followers, did not have any tweets, no bio, just an anime in the profile picture. Obviously, these accounts were fake.
June 4, 2018, 9:17 pm
I guess sellers that offer those types of services in social media can easily fake it through botting and fake accounts, which could also make your page look fake as well with all the likes and follows you're getting from these dummy accounts. Maybe the ratings and recommendations are faked as well, or people aren't just checking their followers.
June 5, 2018, 8:11 am
The ratings and recommendations that the seller had on his SEO account can also be fakes. For instance, the seller creates a couple of fake accounts and buys his own service through various accounts and then gives 5-star rating and recommendations. These reviews and ratings can make other buyers think that the seller has a good standing on the community.
June 6, 2018, 5:43 pm
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