The Future of Vidme & What I'm Afraid of

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  • [ – ] MrATAndreiThomas reply don't want vidme to go the same way as youtube, with all the people just doing it for fame, fortune and money just so they can dominate the website, which is absolutely disgusting, to them is all about the big numbers and the level of success that means a lot to them and not given a rats ass about the community and not helping out the smaller content creators for the fact they are using us and that really angers me more because fame has gotten to their thick skulls, we all ready know these big content creators have dominated youtube and this is one of the reasons why I am not interested with big egotistical content creators. I swear if my vidme channel grows big in the future. I will help out the small content creators to get some exposure they deserve and that is a promise.
    • [ – ] MrKnoxious parent reply Preach!
    • [ – ] isakv parent reply WTF? Youtube is their job, so obviously they want to be paid for it, right? Yeah there are some few people who scam their viewers with fake giveaways, etc... but only 1 in 1,000,000 creators does that....
      • [ – ] Trap_Luverz parent reply I agree with this and I'm all for community and all here but trashing big youtubers because they care about the numbers is not right imo..for a lot of people youtube is a job like isakv said. They got bills to pay. For some people making videos is just a hobby but for others it's their livelihood.
        • [ – ] isakv parent reply Yeah, all the equipment and tools they need cost money (editing software, cameras, lightning, microphones) and some channels like Unbox Theraphy needs money to buy the stuff they review. If youtube didn't pay their creators then youtube would only be minecraft let's plays and shitty 10 second videos.
          • UnarmoredForce parent reply There was a time when Youtube didn't pay the users and it was kinda like vidme, sorta, but with more videos of random events that happened in zoos.
    • bononoz1 parent reply Ho damn! That's some good words to live by!
  • [ – ] DustProductions reply I am a YouTuber with around 13,000 subscribers. and I just started a vidme page. starting over sucks but everyone here is nice
  • [ – ] USUandS reply For the short time I've been on Vidme, it's been nothing but a great and new experience as a content creator. Mostly coming from my interactions with the creators and community here. And at the same time, I see growing problems like you mentioned with bigger yt creators coming here and drowning out smaller creators. It does worry me. I also do feel the community here has a vocal opinion which has been very motivating to see, especially from the bigger Vidme creators. Even as Vidme grows, my hope is the audience that is currently here will continue to grow. I think the most a lot of us can do is continue addressing and talking about the issues that crop up. I enjoyed what you had to say and I think it's something that's on a lot of people's minds here.
  • [ – ] Aaronshy reply My thoughts.....just makemsure no more Joeysalads types join. Joeysalads is awful and we don't need more awful people like him over here. Long as we don't get more like Joeysalads we should be pretty much in the clear.
      • Aaronshy parent reply There's one person I brought over here with me. Bronycake. He chose to do livestreams.......without a money goal or anything......on YouTube. Since doing so he never got false copyright claims or anything but he tries to do Vidme stuff still too. The one person I want over here is mastermax888 cause he defended me....against his own fans no less. I took that seriously and have been his fan for years. Having friends that happen to be on YouTube certainly makes me want them over here instead.
    • [ – ] Rainbowdoodler209 parent reply I agree, screw prank channels...
      • [ – ] Aaronshy parent reply Yes. We don't need more bad prank channels. At least with more lets players we see the people are trying not just to entertain but to do something. Prank channels can be awful.....and uncreative.....it's annoyed me for a long time since they practically took over YouTube.
  • [ – ] JaggerWolf reply I'm glad to be here on this platform and on this channel. I've enjoyed the comedy and truth this video has. Keep up the good work!
  • [ – ] BrianAiya reply it's good if Vidme becomes big but to keep this culture. I mean, we cannot stop "cancerous" content and people but most of the time, it's up to Vidme or YT to keep the community like this. For example, there are many toxic people in YT however most of the issues and problems creators have are things that comes from YT side. Im sure that Vidme is not foolish to follow the footstep of youtube. YT is a great case study to learn from. YT and vidme have similar community guidelines but only 1 of them implements and follows them. It's okey for BIG YTers to come here, as long as they know that we have a different culture and community here.
  • [ – ] Kentantino reply We are the face of vidme we are the one who have that control so it cant change. XD
    • [ – ] MarketStrategies parent reply Vidme will grow bigger than youtube on 5-10 years with the adpocalypse going on over there. What worries me is they'll see how to monetize on Vidme and start posting everything subscriber only and ask the moon for a subscription
      • Kentantino parent reply That is when you say no to them and support smaller channel remember the yt or vid person is not made by their channel you guys who watch us are the ones who makes us. Without our followers we are nobody and that what is have to happen wheb does bigger one come in.
      • MrKnoxious parent reply Hmm, that's a problem
  • [ – ] RedZeptic reply noice vid m8. I agree :3
  • [ – ] PowerKegGreg reply My biggest worry is that since real humans run Vidme, at some point there's going to be a list of creators that the crew are going to be biased for. If the Vidme crew can maintain a neutral out look, that's great but if certain creators start bringing in big traffic flow and exposure for Vidme, how do we know special treatment wont happen?
  • [ – ] Comander-O reply I agree with you since with how well the community acts most the time here I could see this place grow better then Youtube. We just have to keep supporting one another and helping out those new to Vidme to maintain the good that is in this community. :)
  • [ – ] BrassCandy reply *insert receipt meme here*
  • [ – ] theglimmerman reply vidme is censoring political content just like youtube
  • [ – ] Fraglrokt reply Its so sad to see how down the drain youtube has gone. and i hope the same doesnt happen here its why i am in the process of switching.
    • [ – ] GoMGTOW parent reply The power of the advertisers $$$ along with the liberal medias influence is a destructive force that few platforms are immune too.
      • [ – ] Fraglrokt parent reply Thats so sad too. because most of their agenda is garbage
        • GoMGTOW parent reply Their motive is to infringe on the freedom of speech and expression as much as possible, so they can push their own political agenda. The powers that be can influence the right as well as the left, and sometimes both at the same time. Be vigilant and observant.
        • Rainbowdoodler209 parent reply Liberal agendas are pretty crappy...
  • [ – ] mathphysicsnerd reply That intro was pure spaghetti. Excellent maymay, 4/5, 9/10 No, but to be serious, I generally agree with you on this video, we need to be careful to not allow VidMe to suffer the same problems as YouTube has. I think we have a better chance right now because VidMe is an independent site at the moment rather than a subsidiary of Google, er, Alphabet (whatever they're calling themselves now) and the staff is extremely open to communicating with content creators.
  • [ – ] DoobelS reply PREACH, bro! People of vidme are so great, helpful, creative and talented. Hopefully it stays like that, while vidme also grows into a bigger platform. As long as none of that toxic "competition-mentality" that is on YouTube never comes over here, and the site doesn't get invaded by kids who spread negativity, I think the community will stay as good as it is now :)
  • [ – ] tomjung reply This sucked. I didn't like this.
  • [ – ] MatthewHoltz reply Everything you say is pretty valid, and me being someone who literarily started a vidme channel without having a youtube channel prior, does fear that I won't get exposure because bigger youtubers have moved over here and people like me might get drowned out.
  • [ – ] MrMaker reply Hi all!
  • [ – ] Westley_Nash reply I think in the end we can but simply keep doing our thing & supporting the community as & while we can. I found with any business it will go it's own way regardless, we must adapt ourselves accordingly. As YouTube, VidMe etc Make their choices for their own benefit we need to do the same for our benefit. I think VidMe is great, it shows up the money hungry tosh that is YouTube more & more each time I log on & I get more interaction on my videos here in a week than I do in a whole 6 months on YT. Advertising is a large part of the problem on YouTube, because while the company have to satisfy advertisers the content creator will always come second. It used to at least be a double edged sword where we may have to restrict our content but at least we got to make some scratch out of it, encouraging us to continue with the platform, but now they demonetise videos for the slightest little thing which means now we have little reason to stay. Vidme has a community (& not some fake wannabe commu...morenities you may find on YT) that is about content; how YT used to be. Ultimately let us enjoy Vidme as it is now 😊
  • [ – ] DGTLONE reply great video bro i came over to vidme just recently and it's a breath of fresh air no competition no drama just create share chat rinse and repeat. Loving it so far . Thanks for sharing your thoughts . Peace DGTLONE
  • [ – ] Y2JayDoesAsia reply Awesome video, I really hope this place doesn't become a clone of Youtube
  • [ – ] CrazyJoeWurst37 reply We stick together we can make it work 😀
  • [ – ] MarzieMalfoy reply I'm glad you're not homeless! :D I have the same fears. We gotta stick together.
  • [ – ] Iannis_Hour reply No worries ! Evn if 10 year old kids and stupid people with beard will come to Vid.Me we still have our vidzer generation so will be still the face of vid.me ( yeah i am talking about me and some others in 4 years.......SO MUCH EGO My foult
  • magicmanmo reply I decided to follow you after the "you're absolutely goddamn correct!" 😂😂😂
  • nodetact reply Hmm... A struggling to not become a homeless penguin... Sounds like a job for the veterinarian homelessness charity Vidizen, @50DucksInARow! But anyways, Vidme is supposed to grow given time, but the key is to not oversaturate the video hosting market. Having competition hits two birds with one stone, in that followers and content creators thrive upon upright sharing their networkings, whilst you are engaged even still in the indecisive rivalries of them! Total, you may be somewhat darker in your opinion than other people on the platform, but we need that kind of upheaval here. At the very least I can tell you are just trying to nurture what Vidme is!
  • [ – ] Starseed reply Agreed Vid.me has show me more love then any other video upload platform Youtube back when it first started, was really cool and everyone talked to each other and subed to each other. But I waited too long to do any sort of video uploading. I watched youtube die slowly over the years. Man I miss the video shout outs I used to get on my old channel. I miss the people talking with each other. Now its about Drama and hate! VidMe FTW! Community is amazing! Also a reason why I use Beam.pro VS Twitch, Twitch has too much toxic people.
    • [ – ] GoMGTOW parent reply Always remember how YT turned on Pewdiepie and other gamers... When the advertisers and mainstream media channels come, they will muscle Vidme to turn on your community as well.
      • Starseed parent reply That's the difference between me and big time gamers I dont give a fuck about making money I just want to entertain people.
  • [ – ] SlavicMagio reply I completely agree with you man and that's why I'm dedicating my channel not for the views or likes or wtv I don't give a Shit about that. I'm dedicating it for the inspiration of doing anything weather it's fitness, school, jobs, etc etc all in all I love the love you try to spread my man!!!
  • [ – ] Rainbowdoodler209 reply Why can't people just do Vidme for fun?
  • [ – ] NickOfTime reply YouTube is getting hard. And God Forbid you pick a name that doesn't break free out of ANY search results. My Vidme TimeKeepers doubled those on YT within a few months. While I'm grateful for every single person who decides to follow....for the first time in a very long time, I actually believe in myself. I'll forever be indebted to Vidme for giving me that.
  • [ – ] Howesenberg reply The way to prevent this from happening is to stop upvoting videos which are clickbait videos or better yet stop clicking on videos which are formulaic and basically copy whatever trend is happening right now, click on videos that look or sound interesting instead of videos where people lazily add a fidget spinner of someone dabbing to the thumbnail or any video that is setup just to draw you in with no reward in content quality, just over produced garbage that the content creator clearly spent no time on because they know it gets more views than an original piece of work. I'm not trying to be cynical here but vid.me will go the same way as YouTube if we continue to give in to our most simplistic impulses of 'ooo a shiney colourful thumbnail with a trending topic....must click'
    • [ – ] GoMGTOW parent reply A boycott of advertising $$$ is a great weapon to preserve a community as well. Advertisers should approach content creators and not be granted blanket advertising which obviously resulted in the destruction of YT.
    • MrKnoxious parent reply I can see this always being a problem
  • [ – ] XGuyy reply I like this stage of vid.me. Reminds me of the wild west days of YT
  • [ – ] whako reply I know the Vidme community will always be there for each other, that is what makes this community amazing. We will always be the new exception to content creators a place to feel welcomed by all, I have been amazed with all the support received on Vidme. Lets keep the dream going everyone!
  • [ – ] adamdauria reply Totally agree! Vidme is great so far and I think alot of stuff well be great for the community and be more organize then YouTube
  • [ – ] dylantazzioli reply I don't want vid.me to be the next YouTube... The biggest creators on there can't reply to all th comments. I'm happy with the size it is now
      • dylantazzioli parent reply I myself post on vid.me and YouTube. I don't tell anyone about my vid.me on YouTube and tell em to go over here. That's because I'm happy the way it is. Like you said for the big creators it is just a numbers game for them. Agreed brother
  • [ – ] ZeroesToHeroes reply Only been on Vidme for less than 3 weeks and I've noticed the major differences between it and YouTube. This is a much smaller and more friendly community. And our videos get more exposure here than they ever do on YouTube! Loving it here and hope to make new friends and meet new people from here!
  • [ – ] Rawman reply Did other people tell you the same thing I said? See he's a punk...anyways I'm glad things are still looking​ good I remember we spoke and I'm glad things are looking good. I really hope we don't go in the way of YouTube here. It doesn't look good but hopefully like you said as long as we stick as a community it will be fine. #VidmeCop #BestShowOnTV #PraiseBeToRocky
  • [ – ] ColeossalGaming reply How's it feel to be Num 1 now homie!!! I know this man!!!! :D Also....talking about CurriePlays? Use to be friends with him....such a shame. He's a prime example.
  • [ – ] Draximus reply Good on ya mate. I too have seen this on both Youtube and Vidme. We are all just numbers to other people, and thats wrong
  • [ – ] Hoshi-Hana reply I've been on the site for about 2 days and it has been an absolutely great and nice while not to say intriguing experience. I would really hate to see Vidme became Youtuber no. 2. What this is is really worth holding on to. We have to - together!
  • Flying_Purple_Pizzas reply I'm glad you are not homeless! Vidme's a good place today. That's all that matters to me. Tomorrow will take care of itself. Thanks for the update!
  • CouchCollectibles reply Vidme is definitely a great platform right now, hope it stays that way,
  • ClimatePonziLie reply YouTube set out right from the beginning to control you when they claimed ownership over your content. If you want to participate in their chat you need a G-mail account. That is why people need to support more independent content providers like Vidme. Because we make them into the Giants and then they control the and sensor based on their political agenda. Vidme needs to grow so we can maintain freedom of speech. I'm now going to prove this concept. Trudeau is a Communist and half of his cabinet are ISLAMIC control freaks that voted in Bill M-103 the ISLAMOPHOBIA LAW the first step in passing Sharia Law is to stop free speech. His Carbon TAX is to put Canadian into poverty so they need their hands out for Government assistance.
  • themillennialrevolt reply I'm glad to be on this platform and I like it here most of the people are extremely nice and the community is really active I have a small channel on YouTube around 2k subs and coming here I feel this platform is what YouTube used to be was a community. Great video btw
  • HeyImWillie reply I'm a YouTuber of 9 years. Use to have close to 50,000 subscribers back in the day now I only have 3K subscribers. I'm tired of seeing where YouTube is going. Vidme is providing a fresh start for me and many and hope it revitalizes my passion for online content creation! Check my channel out if you're ever so bored you can't stand it and if you wanna see my YouTube videos you can find my YouTube channel by searching heyimwillie or I will post more and more of my YouTube videos on here for all to see. Just let me know! Thanks for this interactive video man. I really enjoyed your input!
  • ZenGamesTV reply vidme is going to grow as big as youtube. but it doesnt mean it would go the way of youtube but it might if vidme admins fall to the temptation of money...my prediction is companies like facebook might eventually want to buy vidme and if those corporate machines sink their teeth into vide then we might start having a problem...another issue is the big youtubers that have started coing over bringing their fans and getting plenty of views on the first day..i notice they still dont respond to comments,,,someone has to tell them this isnt youtube and youtubes times is at an end, isnt that the reason they are now on vidme?..They need to flow the way we flow here or they can stay on youtube
  • MrMemeKing reply Vid.Me is still sorta young for a video platform website, Right now there are other video formats popping up sense youtube dropped the ball on the adsense and how much youtube is just affecting there own creators. Vid.me is nice community to a point, There is still a lot they need to fix and work on. For me, Video Production for the 7ish almost 8 years, Making content is only fun when you yourself is having fun. I think the demise of youtube was when they introduced the money. When big names started making money and showing what that money could get everyone wanted to jump on that bandwagon of money and fame. I seriously hope vid.me comes up with a interesting and unique monetize plan. yes, the website has to make money to well pay for the employee's and keep this website going. I believe another year and the vidster could be up there. Even know I see some creators just here cause they know youtube is dieng and they want to protect there assests. A website like this can only grow and p...morerosper by a community. YouTube died cause its community only cares about the number behind them, And not realizing that number has a person behind it.
  • UnarmoredForce reply I think vidme is gonna be all right as long as people keep watching videos and spending time on the site, while bragging their friends about how cool the site is.
  • Suprememe reply gotta get those magic internet points
  • [ – ] GoMGTOW reply I started my channel to keep the MGTOW community together. My channel was started to be a beacon of light in the storm when YT goes dark. My advice to other channels is to focus on doing the same for your given community if you truly want to be a part of it. If your a gaming channel focus on gaming channels, if your into comedy focus on comedy channels, if your into (enter community here), then you should support that, it is very important that whatever community that your a part of, you do your best to support your neighbors in your community. Keep in mind that a lot of big You Tubers are coming this way, and they are bringing a massive audience with them. When that happens, your community better be prepared to receive them, or you will just get lost in the crowd. Also keep in mind that a lot of these YT's are greedy and only care about the $$$, and these YT's will bring advertisers trailing behind them, who will muscle Vidme for ad space, their plan is to get Vidme staff...more hooked on the $$$, then take it away when Vidme refuses to appease them or their demands. Then Vidme will sell out and go the way of YT. And as we all just saw on You Tube, It's obviously a proven weaponized formulae that advertisers use to destroy creator platforms. Be true to thy community.... Not the $$$... That is what truly sets a creator community apart from a bunch of sell out's! I'm Go MGTOW and I approve this message.
  • TheScreaminGoat reply I enjoy Vidme for the time i've been here an I don't plan on walking away anytime soon.
  • [ – ] crua9 reply It's called a business. A companies number 1 job is to make as much money legally. So yes, it will happen, but I hope they will learn from YouTube. YouTube obviously isn't as profitable as it should be. In fact, it's in the red.
    • [ – ] GoMGTOW parent reply When the advertisers come... It will be the beginning of the end of Vidme.
      • [ – ] crua9 parent reply IDK. The problem is more how things are handle. I think if YouTube actually communicated more with the video makers, and was more involved with the process. I don't think they would really have much of a backlash as they did. YouTube could've even been on constant contact with the advertisers. As someone who did advertise on YouTube, I can tell you the only contact you get from Google is when they are selling you something or answering a support ticket. From my understanding, they have virtually no contact with their major clients. This means if the WSJ did their crap, all these major companies would had someone to talk to on a basic level VidMe will change, but they have a chance to learn from Google. They can keep up and improve the communication with the creators, along with trying to help the smaller channels more. Or they can go down the road of YouTube and don't communicate.
        • GoMGTOW parent reply You don't get it.... Read this, this was my original response to this video; I started my channel to keep the MGTOW community together. My channel was started to be a beacon of light in the storm when YT goes dark. My advice to other channels is to focus on doing the same for your given community if you truly want to be a part of it. If your a gaming channel focus on gaming channels, if your into comedy focus on comedy channels, if your into (enter community here), then you should support that, it is very important that whatever community that your a part of, you do your best to support your neighbors in your community. Keep in mind that a lot of big You Tubers are coming this way, and they are bringing a massive audience with them. When that happens, your community better be prepared to receive them, or you will just get lost in the crowd. Also keep in mind that a lot of these YT's are greedy and only care a...morebout the $$$, and these YT's will bring advertisers trailing behind them, who will muscle Vidme for ad space, their plan is to get Vidme staff hooked on the $$$, then take it away when Vidme refuses to appease them or their demands. Then Vidme will sell out and go the way of YT. And as we all just saw on You Tube, It's obviously a proven weaponized formulae that advertisers use to destroy creator platforms. Be true to thy community.... Not the $$$... That is what truly sets a creator community apart from a bunch of sell out's! I'm Go MGTOW and I approve this message.
  • [ – ] GreyMovies reply Well said. The sense of community here is extremely important and is something we need to work to maintain as other people flock over from YouTube. And I do think we can maintain it if we continue to support it and lead newcomers by example. If we show them what it's like--how this community has been built--I'm sure others will follow suit. I know I certainly have. Great video, man.
  • [ – ] internetgho5t reply I kinda hate that this gets trending, i know it's important and it's feedback but it's not original content, it's just people talking about a problem that they don't really know the solution to, idk im not saying my content should be trending or anything i'm just tired of this being in the trending when i know there's other content that deserves to at least be higher in the trending
  • Spanglishhorse reply Oh yeah I agree that vidme wouldn't go down the same way as YouTube. The system looks nice and fair upload limit and a fair requirement to get verified. It's all good and all. I still like YouTube but still despite the fact how some people go nuts fucking them up by sending mean comment like how got so many mean comment many years ago when I posted some lipsynch music video just for fun and trend but YouTube almost ruined me at the beginning bc of the lack of security and such and lots of shitposters stealing video for compilation just for views and money and it's a shame. So yeah I understand your point and opinion. We all don't want vidme ending up like this. they must learn from their mistake and get it allright. So yeah kudos to you and have a good one.
  • Spanglishhorse reply Oh yeah I agree that vidme wouldn't go down the same way as YouTube. The system looks nice and fair upload limit and a fair requirement to get verified. It's all good and all. I still like YouTube but still despite the fact how some people go nuts fucking them up by sending mean comment like how got so many mean comment many years ago when I posted some lipsynch music video just for fun and trend but YouTube almost ruined me at the beginning bc of the lack of security and such and lots of shitposters stealing video for compilation just for views and money and it's a shame. So yeah I understand your point and opinion. We all don't want vidme ending up like this. they must learn from their mistake and get it allright. So yeah kudos to you and have a good one.
  • ipidoig reply So, let me get this straight, Vidme has done some amazing things, such as rip off Content Cop and give you money. It’s all about the community, you say, it's not about the followers or the money, though you need followers to establish a community and you couldn't get halfway through the video without gushing about the money you received. Most of the content on YouTube and Vidme is substandard, most of the content is trendy pap created by people who have little to no creative vision or ability. If any of you gave a damn about community, you’d step outside, you know, into the community in which you live. Maybe you’d organize a block party or a fundraiser, maybe you’d help old ladies cross the street and fill every pothole along the way. Vidme has done more than YouTube ever has? Do you realize how much money Pewdiepie and friends raised for charity over the years? You don’t think there are content creators building communities on YouTube? Look closer, you don’t know what you...morere talking about. MadYock, TheDukeIsEarl, The Boy John, to name three small creators I discovered through Reddit. They reply to most of their comments, which seems to be your only criteria for a good content creator. So, by your definition, virtually every author, painter, filmmaker, and musician active prior to the internet age didn’t produce worthwhile content simply because they didn’t and couldn’t interact with every single fan. I suppose you’d argue that content creators are different than proper artists, but I disagree. Content creators should aspire to make quality, original, groundbreaking content that doesn’t ride the latest trends or aim to appeal to the broadest possible audience. I say it doesn’t matter whether or not you reply to every single one of your comments with a couple words and a smiley face, that doesn’t make your content worthwhile, that doesn’t make you a “good” content creator, that doesn’t mean you’ve built a community. No, it’s a cult of personality at worst and a bunch of burgeoning content creators patting each other on the back at best.
  • ColonelMustard reply Honestly, the feedback in Vidme is better, YT comments are just destructive reviews.
  • [ – ] HammerSpaceGaming reply Sadly this is the price of fame, and a lot of it is because then you have more to lose when you fuck up which is terrifying. The difference is who you let be the gatekeepers because they do a lot to decide how far it goes.
    • GoMGTOW parent reply Nobody's perfect and we all make mistakes... To some people that logic just doesn't compute, take the liberal brain for instance. XD
  • EmeraldMasterPixed reply The fact that VidMe has been such a pleasure to people is a great sign, but as time goes on, in order to maintain the "it's about the community" mindset, everyone or at least the majority will have to enforce that more and more, not force it, but prevent the idea "it's all about the numbers" from bein' the main mindset of the average content creator. This is a concern for me too, and I do have plans to profit off of the videos I make like many creators have, but I agree with the idea that money isn't the thing that comes first for a true-hearted content creator. Makin' a profit from a platform that allows you to upload your own made videos to it is a fantastic idea, but the fact that so many know that it's a thing too just make that platform over-saturated and the love for makin' content isn't as strong as before, it's a shame in all honesty. Money is great and all, but your community are the ones that provide it for you, they should come first if you care and love what you're doin', m...moreoney is important, but it you earn it from somethin' you love and care to do, then you'll probably get more of it. Even then, numbers only matter to a machine, humanity isn't a machine, it's a creature, one that needs to care more about their own and their passions. You're right no less, if the "I'mma gonna get rich, bitch" mindset is to be prevented, everyone has to enforce that passion is the thing that is supported, financially or not. Quality video that tackled this thought, actually seems to of gotten people talkin', got the stir-a-goin', you don't even need a hazmat suit for it, the comments are clean to inspect! :D
  • [ – ] paulej reply YouTubers don't ignore people because of arrogance or fame going to their heads, but simply because it's impossible to read all the comments.
    • [ – ] MrKnoxious parent reply Yeah, I know, but a lot of YouTubers don't even try
      • paulej parent reply I'd venture to guess they look over some of the top comments, because they want to understand how viewers are reacting. However, it's painfully difficult for creators to respond when there are literally thousands of comments on a video. They'd never get work done.
  • [ – ] JustHypeVibe reply I'm sure that the vidme team will always stay true to their promises :)
  • [ – ] SamEarl13 reply Definitely want the community spirit of this site to stay, sadly big YouTubers that don't comment are already a thing and there was that example of that creator of Sword Art Online Abridged who drowned the trending page for a while by posting all the episodes at once. I rarely comment on YouTube at all these days.
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  • AxxL_Afriku reply the future of vidme is bright because this is my yard now
  • [ – ] Boobe2007 reply I hope sells to Facebook
  • ShaxxUK reply I've made more progress on vidme in 2 weeks then I have on YT in 4 months.
  • [ – ] WonderfulDraws reply Vidme is slowly dying. Vidme's traffic is dropping every single day and this is what is scaring me. Check alexa.com/siteinfo/vid.me
    • [ – ] o_OFrosty_BrosO_o parent reply I wonder if its because people are not aware of the site and some of the ones that are don't spread the knowledge about there being other options than the power drunk YouTube. Up until recently I wasn't aware that this site even existed and now I enjoy being on here more than YouTube just due to the tightly knit community.
      • WonderfulDraws parent reply I think the lack of high quality content is a big problem. A bunch of content creators make videos for other content creators and not for the viewers in general. It feels like a club. Well.. This is just my opinion
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