When it comes to buying YouTube views – or any type of social engagements – the vendor you purchase from can make all the difference. Good vendors know how to take care of their clients, and will provide high-quality services. Bad vendors will send you the worst-quality services possible, and then take your money and run. Poor-quality views will have low retention and will offer significantly less value than views from a legitimate vendor.
Finding a good vendor, as well as spotting a bad one, is a relatively easy task. The key things you’ll want to look for are customer reviews, guarantees, and retention. And there are other qualities to consider, such as price, turnaround time, and the source of the view. However, there are certain vendors you need to avoid no matter how cheap they offer the views or how fast they can provide them.
To illustrate, here we have three good vendors to look at, as well as two not-so-good vendors so you can see the difference.
We’ll start off with an easy one. Devumi is arguably the industry leader in social media marketing services, and a great vendor. Not only do they offer competitive prices and fast delivery times, but they’ve got amazing reviews and guarantees. If you’re at all dissatisfied with your order, you can request a full refund, so it’s literally risk-free. All of the services offered by Devumi guarantee the best quality, which means high-retention geo-targeted views for YouTube. Devumi has numerous great reviews from websites, blogs, and users sharing their success stories.
Here’s another great provider of YouTube services, and like Devumi, they offer other social media services as well. They’re highly reviewed by numerous outlets across the web, and they manage to offer really low prices while still providing high-quality. One thing to watch out for is the fact that the views offered are not high-retention by default, you need to select the add-on purchase. FastFollowerz also offers a 100% satisfaction guarantee, offering full refunds within 30 days.
CoinCrack is an honest vendor who is very open and up-front about their processes and policies. They have realistic prices for high-quality services on a variety of social media platforms. You can find great reviews about these guys across the web, and through reading the content on their website you can tell they’re legitimate. Just like the other two good vendors, CoinCrack also offers a 100% satisfaction money-back guarantee.
Although this vendor may appear to offer some really great prices, don’t be fooled by the low numbers. Just by reading a few of the testimonials you can easily tell they were written by the same guy doing one after another. There’s no mention of retention anywhere on the website, which is a huge red flag for a vendor specializing in YouTube services. Finally, a quick google search led to an overwhelming majority of negative reviews and people calling Voogen a scam.
Next we have Bulk YouTube, who appears a bit more legitimate than our previous example. The website is definitely more readable, and their testimonials almost seem real. They do offer a satisfaction guarantee, but the problem is you can’t find any good reviews about these guys elsewhere. Bulk YouTube might be a decent vendor, but it’s best not to take the chance if nobody else is able to vouch for them just yet. They also shirk the issue of retention, like Voogen, which is a red flag.
As you can see, it isn’t always completely obvious whether or not a vendor is going to work out. Sometimes good vendors have ugly websites, and sometimes scam sites look completely legit. But with a little bit of research you can be about 99% sure whether or not you’re in good hands. In the end, you’ll be very happy you spent the time to avoid getting scammed or wasting your time investing in a marketing plan that is bound to fail. Remember, when in doubt, look for reviews from third party sources.
Date: February 25, 2016 / Categories: Explainer, YouTube, / Author: Rich Drees