Youtube’s secret on unusually high video views
Published on January 21st, 2013 | by Caesar (Kuwait Music)
If you’ve ever seen drastically horrible music videos with high view counts, you’ve probably wondered “How the?!” . Yeah, until recently, we found out that a culprit called “Vagex” and its competitors are responsible for fake, or rather, automated video views on Youtube.
So how does it work?
Vagex provides credits that are so cheap that members sell 2000 views for as little as $5 on eBay still churn out profit. As countless “buy YouTube views” sites claim, the views are by real people, mostly in the US. Not the sort of people who actually watch the videos, much less pay for music, but they tend to “not focus on that”!
Dont have your own videos to promote? You can sell your credits back to Vagex directly. The current exchange rate is 26,730 credits for $1. Its crazy how the whole thing has turned into a money making marketplace.
We’ve found that some of the drawbacks of using this service are:
- Retention times are sad
- Viewer retention is piss poor.
- No quality backlinks
- No likes, subscriptions etc..
- No key accounts with comments.
So there you go. Choose your next step!