Hi AIPRM Premium community members
I recently used one of your AIPRM Verified Prompts: ‘Get Automatic YouTube Title and Description for Video’ created by Shahid Ali, which in its description states, ‘Create SEO Optimized YouTube Title and Description’
I used this prompt to create three videos in my newly created YouTube business account. After the third video, I got an email from YouTube stating they terminated my account because I violated their policies.
Now, I was very careful to not use any copyrighted music that wouldn’t be allowed for commercial purposes, so you can imagine my surprise and horror when I received this news. In my appeal back to YouTube I stated this, but I was not aware at the time that the issue could potentially be tied back to the abovementioned verified prompt.
Since appealing, I have done a deep dive into what could’ve gone wrong. I believe the main culprit to be the fact that I used excessive tags in my video description. As written in YouTube Help: ‘Adding excessive tags to your video description is against our policies on spam, deceptive practices, and scams.’
The link to that page can be found here: Add tags to your YouTube videos - YouTube Help.
Upon reviewing the prompts ‘Get Automatic YouTube Title and Description for Video’ created, I noticed they generated a list of tags for each video. The tags are as follows for the three videos in chronological order:
Tags: Unkai Tateshina, Tateshina, Timelapse, Sea of Clouds, Japan, Nature, Travel, Landscape, Scenic, Aerial, Photography, Cinematography
Tags: Ants, Moss, Tiny World, Tateshina, Macro Photography, Nature, Ecosystem, Wildlife, Miniature, Forest, Japan, Exploration
Tags: Grasshopper, Flower, Summer, Tateshina, Nature, Wildlife, Macro Photography, Serenity, Ecosystem, Japan, Beauty
According to this regularly updated blogpost on why YouTube accounts would be suspended, the number one reason is:
‘Going too far in attempts to attract views. This is generally related to the metadata (e.g., titles, descriptions, tags, comments, links and thumbnails).’
‘6.5 Tags in the description
Stuffing a description with list of tags is simply not allowed.’
Other than that, I really can’t think of any other reason why my channel with three short videos of nature would be suddenly terminated. I have saved the full title and descriptions for each video so I can share them with the forum should anyone kindly want to investigate further.
I hope I can get this resolved ASAP as each day without access to my YouTube account is affecting my business.