Post Reply YouTube Red: Blogging, Money, Big Changes.
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Posted 9/7/17
Chances are if you use the Internet you probably using YouTube too.
I know I do on a daily basis and sometimes I spend way more hours than I should on there watching stupid shit.

If anyone has a YouTube channel feel free to post on this topic and talk about YouTube in general.
Mai bae Cucumber-Man has made his own YouTube page and that's why I thought of opening up this thread, if you want y'all should check it out & probably upload some of your own one day!
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQjaZqe00kBo0Le2ko6YSZA


Wondering about Some good times to post Vlogs?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eE3PN4sWADI


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YouTube isn't my career, so it doesn't bother me that much. But I'd like to see how the system decides which monetised videos have their ads limited. I understood it picking up copyrighted music and disabling ads based off that, but it seems random videos are now just demonetised because they're "Not suitable for all advertisers".

Here are three videos I uploaded this year:



The middle has Queen's "Don't Stop Me Now" playing throughout, so it makes sense that it would be instantly demonetised. The top one however is simply a cutscene from Dragon's Dogma followed with gameplay of me throwing a character off a cliff. That is enough for it to be "not suitable". This leads me to believe that the violence is the reason, but so many games are so much more violent than that. The bottom video is a dialogue cutscene including my Fallout 4 character, a very scantly dressed version of Shadman's 'Vault Meat'. It ends with her blowing up another character with a Nuka Launcher. Why is that alright, but my DD video is not?
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Posted 9/7/17
YouTube is killing itself by demonetizing huge portions of YouTube. Also would never subscribe to YouTube red.
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Posted 9/7/17

YouTube is killing itself by demonetizing huge portions of YouTube. Also would never subscribe to YouTube red.


yeaa its too expensive
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Posted 9/7/17
i don't watch youtube that much seems i am in the minority, as people everywhere are constantly linking videos
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