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TubeSnooper / Re: Tube Snooper
« on: June 26, 2018, 05:36:35 PM »
You're very wrong. I've already re-crawled Wikipedia twice. There's just not a lot of new domains.

Please verify the facts before making accusations.

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TubeSnooper / Re: Amazing Domain Names!
« on: June 13, 2018, 06:59:04 AM »
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It's really hard to come across a domain that is the only one in the description in a video with high views. Normally they are in a list.

Add to that, it's very hard to find one that happens to have some external value to it on its own....like a generic, sensible name. And one that is without any potential legal issues in the future.

Any domain worth their salt would surely be renewed. Those that were not are usually the crappy ones.

That's why you have to do the legwork to find the good ones. If you give up just because 9 out of 10 aren't worth it, you'll miss out on the ones like Meg just mentioned (and the ones I've already mentioned). Tube Snooper gives you a HUGE head start, but it still requires you to do a bit of research and analysis.

Success takes work. It's an unavoidable fact.

Jon

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TubeSnooper / Re: Amazing Domain Names!
« on: June 12, 2018, 07:30:04 AM »
Wikipedia has been completely parsed for expired domains. It will be downloaded and parsed again soon, as new domains come and go all the time.

As for the rest, you have to do your research as I've already indicated. Don't just register domains because they have high views on YouTube. Make sure the domain is important to the video(s) and highlighted in the video description.

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TubeSnooper / Re: Amazing Domain Names!
« on: June 10, 2018, 05:49:40 AM »
I can tell you that there are many domains that drive traffic. You just have to do a bit of legwork.

Make sure that the video is still getting regular comments, which means it's still growing in views.

Also make sure that the domain is highlighted in the video description. Not only just one in the middle of a bunch of others but that attention is drawn to it. It's best if the link to it is visible without having to hit the "more" link.

I've registered domains that have generated hundreds of visitors in just a few days, and that's without millions of views for the videos.

Don't just register everything in the list that has a lot of views. Be smart about it.

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TubeSnooper / Re: Tube Snooper
« on: June 09, 2018, 11:57:57 AM »
You could check the YouTube video views 24 hours later to see if they've gone up. For instance Tube Snatcher found one with 100+ million views that got more than 50,0000 additional views by the next day.

But then, by the time you're sure somebody else likely already registered the domain.

You can also check how actively comments are being posted to the video.

It's also important to look at HOW the domain is linked in the video description. Is attention drawn to it? Is it used in a call to action message?

I found a domain recently that only had a few hundred thousand views on the channel but has driven hundreds of visitors in a couple of days. It's all in how it's linked.

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TubeSnooper / Re: Backlinks
« on: June 09, 2018, 11:54:18 AM »
You can add instructions to the htaccess file to 301 redirect all nonexistent pages to the home page. That will redirect the link juice to the homepage.

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TubeSnooper / Re: Amazing Domain Names!
« on: June 06, 2018, 05:00:17 AM »
You're welcome Meg. I'm glad you're finding great domains. I check the lists each day (they're automated and ever-growing) and it always amazes me at what's available and what Tube Snooper users have been able to snap up for themselves.

I have more lists and benefits in progress, too. We'll announce those when they're ready. :)

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Instant Video Wizard / Re: After Effects Killed My Account
« on: May 19, 2018, 07:18:21 PM »
Make sure you're clicking the Save button after generating audio and before exiting the Wizard. The audio isn't automatically saved.

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Instant Video Wizard / Re: After Effects Killed My Account
« on: May 01, 2018, 04:17:22 PM »
Currently there's no way to do that because that glitch is an issue with the Windows server an not with the software. Unfortunately After Effects won't run in server mode on a Linux server so we need to run it on a Windows server. Windows isn't as stable as Linux so every once in a blue moon that glitch rears its ugly head and I have to reset it.

So the best thing to do when it happens is post here and I'll take care of it asap.

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Instant Video Wizard / Re: After Effects Killed My Account
« on: May 01, 2018, 02:26:24 PM »
Should be fixed now.

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Instant Video Wizard / Re: After Effects Killed My Account
« on: May 01, 2018, 01:33:54 PM »
Once in a blue moon the After Effects server has a glitch that causes the videos to stop rendering. I'll get it fixed shortly.

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To turn the music off for a particular slide just go to that slide and click Edit Slide Properties (pencil icon) and slide the Music Volume slider bar all the way to the left. For that particular slide there won't be any music.

I'll see what I can figure out about the image upload issue. That's an odd one.

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Can you pm me a link to the image?

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Instant Video Wizard / Re: Spinning Cogs
« on: April 02, 2018, 09:05:05 AM »
Ok, I think I figured out what the issue was. Let me know if it happens again.

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Instant Video Wizard / Re: Spinning Cogs
« on: April 02, 2018, 07:14:40 AM »
It's not something you can back out of. I'm aware of the cause and I'm working on a solution.

For the moment it should run fine, but there's one particular command set that's throwing a wrench in the system. It only happens under a certain set of circumstances for a certain kind of video. I'm working on fixing that so things remain consistent.

Jon

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