Information on how many comments you can post on YouTube per day is scarce on the internet right now. No one seems to have pushed the limits and written about it. This is quite disappointing considering how good a platform YouTube is for drawing attention to one’s business or product.
I’m starting my Youtube automation journey and I needed to understand the commenting limits to avoid getting my Youtube accounts shadowbanned. As I haven’t been successful at finding that information out there, I’m going to do my own experiment and will document my discoveries here in this article when I post future updates.
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I’m hoping this will be useful to other marketers out there. Let’s start by asking these important questions:
How many comments can you post on YouTube per day?
As this information isn’t available yet, I’m going to start off by setting my limits to 75 comments per day! And no, I won’t post 75 comments on the first day. I’ll start slow.
My tool of choice for my YouTube automation is Jarvee as it’s the most advanced right now.
My strategy is simple: post 10 – 15 comments per account on Youtube on the first day and increase that number by about 7 – 10 every day that follows until I reach a maximum of 75 comments per day.
This strategy can obviously change depending on what happens or if along the journey, new information comes to light.
I have about 6 Youtube accounts each running on its own proxy on Jarvee. These are what I’ll be using for this experiment.
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How many comments can you post on YouTube per hour?
In my case, I’ll eventually be posting a maximum of 3 comments per hour. As I’m starting off, I will start with a maximum of 1 comment an hour and will slowly increase that to a maximum of 3.
These are very basic and safe settings for YouTube commenting and as I think about it, I feel like I’ll eventually push it a lot higher. Maybe 150 comments a day will eventually become my ultimate limit for commenting on YouTube per day.
The important thing to remember when you’re automating commenting on any platform is to use syntax so that it doesn’t appear like you’re posting the exact same comment repeatedly.
Jarvee, luckily, offers this functionality and it works really well, judging from my previous experience automating Twitter commenting on Jarvee.
Some of my comments will contain links in them and I will be using two different variations for posting the links. For instance, if my link is example.com, I will be posting it in variations of example.com and example(dot)com. Using syntax will make it easy for me to do that.
Another very important ingredient in my strategy is to comment only on videos with fewer comments and views. This should increase the chances of my comments getting seen.
You see, when you post a comment under a video that has thousands of views and comments, your comment is likely to get pushed down and may not be easily visible to new viewers.
I will also use a feature in Jarvee that will have my YouTube accounts liking each other’s comments.
Stay tuned for future updates!