The original post (someone pointed out out that it was removed, and I looked into it and I can see it but you can't)
The following video gets into it the problem
Seriously, you actually told people to market the site for you and for others to do YOUR job?
I'm not deleting my channel, but I lost hope about last week for the following reasons
The same exact people are up on the trending page and almost always getting re picked
As a coder, I gave them advice on their UGI to make it better through their support e-mail. They didn't even know what UGI is
It's been mention time and time again about the spam bots, ways to fix it (STOP ALLOWING PEOPLE TO UPVOTE FROM ANYWHERE BUT THE VIDEO PAGE ITSELF)
We shouldn't be notify if a person upvotes if they took it away.
It's been mention time and time again that they need to add simple things it would take 15 min or quicker to add. Things like an edit for your comment
It's even been suggested on ways to make it easier for people to find giving videos instead of it being covered by all the crap videos.
The horrible security
What do I mean by horrible security (note I'm only listing 2 but I'm sure others can come up with other ways)
A person can have multiple bot accounts and upvote their video, make new accounts, and keep pushing their videos to the trending.
If a person wanted to screw with the site, they can have a bot upload a blank video and make new channels to keep uploading the same blank video there. This making it impossible for anyone to find any video. Maybe mixing it with the first one to make it where things don't show up on trending.
So why am I not deleting my channel? It's because VidMe doesn't cost me anything, it's easy to upload to, and on the off chance they might get their crap straight. But that video and my past interaction with VidMe is telling me there should be a restructure. If I was the CEO, I would be looking at just firing the CMO and replacing many of the numb nuts interfacing with the people (I know there is a few good ones, and this is why I didn't say all). I would also have the CTO have an open discussion with the people and update everyone once a week, and maybe once a month have some of the developer team do the same. (This is something I wish YouTube did)