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Offline amgsl55

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Probably a hire car and a bottle of water with a hole put in the lid... If the video gets 10 million views it covers the cost of the hire car plus makes a healthy profit. It could be just a moron but most times these videos are fakes for profit.

The channel its on here is a new channel with other peoples videos that will shock people, trying to build up fast views. The original video would be on a channel that already has a big following.

there was another similar prank where the guy got caught and the owner tried to beat up the dickhead

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Pj8QKTvRTQ" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Pj8QKTvRTQ</a>

and

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9aCoteKd7Wo" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9aCoteKd7Wo</a>



Offline anotherforumuser

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Both totally fake. The top one was organised by Tom Mabe, the comedian. The car was borrowed from a local car dealer and the guy that did the peeing flew in from another state to film it.  The bottom one would be fake as well. They would have seen how many views Tom got from his peeing video and done the same thing and changed the idea a little.

If you saw the video posted on here last week where they had a fake homeless guy trying to give away money the first guy that abuses him says something like, "I could buy your family," same line and voice as the guy in the peeing on the Ferrari with water bottle video. Both times his face is blurred out.

Every person he tries to give money to is another youtuber or friend. The video is on its way to 50 million views or more at approx $1000 for every million views...

Dkabab maybe we should get together and make viral videos first to pay for your commercial.
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Offline Fil-Ski


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Looks like these fake/controversial videos are the ones that go viral. The cost the make them is nothing as well. Just need to put a new spin on some of the ideas that are working at the moment then profit.



Offline allanuber


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Both totally fake. The top one was organised by Tom Mabe, the comedian. The car was borrowed from a local car dealer and the guy that did the peeing flew in from another state to film it.  The bottom one would be fake as well. They would have seen how many views Tom got from his peeing video and done the same thing and changed the idea a little.

If you saw the video posted on here last week where they had a fake homeless guy trying to give away money the first guy that abuses him says something like, "I could buy your family," same line and voice as the guy in the peeing on the Ferrari with water bottle video. Both times his face is blurred out.

Every person he tries to give money to is another youtuber or friend. The video is on its way to 50 million views or more at approx $1000 for every million views...

Dkabab maybe we should get together and make viral videos first to pay for your commercial.
Dinner at Bombay?

This is interesting, are those dollars still there for youtube? I was watching good old Furious Pete in the airport lounge last week and he was complaining that youtube has smashed his fitness channel and the new payment metrics mean that he'll go broke!
C'mon, do it!



Offline B2

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This is interesting, are those dollars still there for youtube? I was watching good old Furious Pete in the airport lounge last week and he was complaining that youtube has smashed his fitness channel and the new payment metrics mean that he'll go broke!

These young girls are doing well out of YouTube.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3042385/Eight-year-old-mini-Martha-Stewart-earns-staggering-127-000-MONTH-YouTube-baking-tutorials.html



Offline anotherforumuser

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This is interesting, are those dollars still there for youtube? I was watching good old Furious Pete in the airport lounge last week and he was complaining that youtube has smashed his fitness channel and the new payment metrics mean that he'll go broke!
There's are new metric that is supposed to be better paying starting up real soon. I only got a notice on it last weekend but I havent checked it out yet.



Offline anotherforumuser

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People like this have screwed it up for everyone..
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6szTEZn1m4

This video opening Kinder Surprises has 167 million views. 99.9% of those views would be fake. The way to tell is that it only has about 140k likes and dislikes which will mostly be fake as well and a tiny 9k of comments which you can see are 99% fake comments.. No wonder google are getting tighter with the payments.



Offline Fil-Ski


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People like this have screwed it up for everyone..
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6szTEZn1m4

You may be right. However the majority of the views would be from children who are unlikely to leave comments. Even if the views are fake, I'm sure Google employes technology so that people can not rip the system off so blatantly. They do this for search.



Offline anotherforumuser

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This is how you get real views, making a video like this that people will share. This is one of the scariest videos Ive ever seen on youtube. I dont know if its fake or real but it could be real. The fact that they title it prank could be to have it come up in more searches or could be because its faked.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gGIDHrYKJ2s" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gGIDHrYKJ2s</a>



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