, 2 months, post #1 |
Just wanted to say thank you to everyone who helped me out on
clearing my issues with my flagged YouTube videos. Managed to clear
14 our of the 18 videos (it was 17, but one more dropped in after
I'm very grateful, so THANK YOU everyone! You're all awesome! :)
From: guest (667)
, 2 months, post #2 |
Great to hear!!!|
, 2 months, post #3 |
From: guest (Bud)
, 2 months, post #4 |
Good job and good luck. Still sad that you have to do this.|
From: guest (Bud)
, 2 months, post #5 |
Good job and good luck. Still sad that you have to do this.|
, 2 months, post #6 |
Bud: Yeah, it stinks, but at least we got a lot of it done. It's
just frustrating that YouTube seems to be picking on it's medium to
smaller content creators this way.
, 2 months, post #7 |
I honestly believe that Youtube's intentionally trying to drive
content creators off of the site entirely. With cable dying out and
all of these media companies hesitant to offer streaming services
you're seeing online companies compete to offer spaces for them in
the hopes of bringing in big bucks from them. Google quite clearly
no longer sees Youtube as a place for content creators or for
people to upload dumb videos but as a platform for the same media
conglomerates who have been controlling everything since the dawn
of broadcast media shoving the same crap down your throat that
drove you away from TV and to places like Youtube in the first
It's not even the small content creators that get it, it's the
large ones too. Remember all the anti-Pewdiepie articles in places
like the Wall Street Journal like a year back? They were pretty
obvious hit pieces being run on behalf of the media companies
feeling threatened that they were losing out to someone like that
and because Youtube sees more money in partnering with large media
companies, content creators that don't play ball are going to get
screwed over. The smaller ones will just be hit harder, like
always, because they lack the reach the larger ones have.
Just "creating a new Youtube" is nearly impossible as well. The
infrastructure isn't really in place and Youtube is a constant
money loser due to upkeep costs so you'd have to have people with
infinite money backing it.
, 2 months, post #8 |
Rugal: Yeah, I've been with YouTube for over 10 years now and seen
a several shifts in the way the treat their content creators. Seven
or so years ago, I was invited to a number of YouTube seminars,
about how to increase your channel and 'build you brand'. They have
people meet at a fancy hotel and give us pretty decent snacks,
while they told us that we should put out a video every few days or
once a week, and they should be about 2 to 3 minutes long, but no
longer than that. Then there was a shift, to where they tried to
make content creators more 'professional' with things like YouTube
Space LA, where they gave classes, and tried to get people to meet
up and work together. Problem with that was you'd get such a wide
range of YouTube people showing up to these events, so I'd talk to
people who did 'how to fix a car' video, or someone who did cat
videos, or someone who did skateboarding videos, but it was nearly
impossible to find anyone to really collaborate with and YouTube
didn't have any way to help with that, so it was kind of a big
waste of time. So now they seem to have shifted again to big
cooperations, who don't really need YouTube resources, just their
platform to show their material. So YouTube has shifted from short
2 to 3 minute videos, to making videos as long as possible, which
is what the networks are already doing.|
Anyway, I'm just rambling now, but I do agree that YouTube is
making it harder and harder for existing contributors and probably
much more difficult for new people to even build an audience.
Interesting topic, but I don't know what we can do about it.
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