Daniel - November 22, 2020
In this post, you will learn about the best YouTube proxies.
Also, we will show you a YouTube overview and why you need a proxy for YouTube.
Commonly used proxies include datacenter proxies, residential proxies, mobile proxies, etc. however, residential proxies are the best YouTube Proxies. This is because residential proxies are IP addresses stemming from a real internet-enabled device and a geographical location.
Datacenter proxies are also useful as YouTube proxies because they are faster and preferable for automated bot tasks.
Thankfully, ProxyRack offers a wide range of proxies.
Check out ProxyRack’s residential proxies subscription below:
Unmetered Residential Proxies: Starting from $80
Premium GEO Residential Proxies: Starting from $14.95
Private Residential Proxies: Starting from $99.95
Check out ProxyRack’s datacenter proxies subscription below:
USA Rotating Datacenter Proxies: Starting from $120
Mixed Rotating Datacenter Proxies: Starting from $120
Shared Datacenter Proxies: Starting from $49
YouTube means ‘Broadcast Yourself.’ It is a video streaming platform that allows users to view and upload videos. Additionally, it enables users to rate, share, report, or comment on videos. Users can also add favorite videos to their playlists or even subscribe to YouTube video channels where they can have access to similar videos uploaded by a ‘YouTuber.’
Presently, YouTube is a part of Google’s subsidiary; it was created in February 2005 by former PayPal employees. Seeing YouTube’s potentials, Google acquired YouTube for USD 1.65 billion in November 2006.
Presently, YouTube has more than 2 billion users with a record accumulated 1 billion watch hours daily. As the most popular video streaming platforms, varied content such as music, video clips, comedy skits, short movies, documentaries, live recordings, educational videos, etc., are uploaded by individuals and corporate media.
Unregistered viewers can view videos on YouTube but cannot upload video content except as a registered viewer.
Before sharing the essential reasons why you need a proxy for YouTube, you should first understand what a proxy is.
A proxy server is a computer or network of computers that serve as an intermediary between a device and the internet. Once connected, a proxy masks your real IP address and then connects to a web page e.g. YouTube using its generated IP address.
Since YouTube is an American video-sharing platform, thousands of fantastic content is limited to viewers in the US and a few selected countries. Also, some users find themselves in regions, organizations, or schools where YouTube is blocked. Hence, the only way to view YouTube is by connecting to the internet via a YouTube proxy.
Another reason why you need YouTube proxies is for YouTube bots. In essence, YouTube bots are applicable for increasing subscribers and viewers, chatting, account creation, etc. However, YouTube frown against the use of bots; hence, YouTube accounts face the risk of being suspended. Thankfully, by combining proxies with bots usage, you can minimize the chances of getting your YouTube account blocked.
Overall, residential proxies remain the best YouTube proxies. You can subscribe for our premium residential proxies for YouTube bot use. Alternatively, you can contact our support team to make inquiries regarding the ideal proxies package for your YouTube use.
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