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YouTube has changed the partnership program to kill off all smaller youtubers, that sounds terrible. Oh my god But is it true? Why would you two want to kill off smaller channels that will inevitably become bigger channels? Which will then generate lots of revenue for them in the end that makes no sense, let’s look into the Pacific Ocean Let’s just look at the specifics So what has YouTube actually done; YouTube has removed monetization for YouTube channels with less than a thousand subscribers and to achieve less than 4,000 watch time hours of YouTube a year, okay, fair enough I imagine if I wasn’t a Youtuber in this position I’d be incredibly angry I’d be up in arms Why is YouTube taking my money away? This is Logan Paul’s fault! First of all this isn’t being done to combat locking login login Paul He’s the Canadian everyone loves He chops the trees he logs him down loggin Paul subscribed first of all this isn’t being done to combat Logan Paul That’s a bit of a nonsensical conclusion, a bit of a coincidence really when you think about it when isn’t Logan Paul doing something that you’re offended with think think think Literally probably right now if you’re watching this three months after the whole forest thing happened But I’m not trying to sue it decide with him Okay, no no that was a Jake that was Paul-ling your leg these jokes are appaul-ling Sorry, I’m sorry. It’s just wordplay. It’s just wordplay. You know what they say laughter is the best medicine Give them the puns, pun on the haters so no this has absolutely nothing to do with Logan Paul This is YouTube’s attempt to combat the original reasons for the ad-pocalypse 1.0 remember those terrible videos that had ads on them last year I don’t either. I never ended up watching any of those I still don’t know where they existed But they did and advertisers were angry so they pulled out and a lot of money left YouTube Hence the situation when right now now it does seem that YouTube trying to combat this in this way is kind of like burning your house down to kill the spiders in it But I do think it’s a step in the right direction. Let me explain you Oh-ho! He got that in one take! *incoherent noises* Know those videos that front-page Reddit with the incredibly inappropriate Content in them like with the police brutality, the animal cruelty, the fisticuffs, that type of thing well those Usually aren’t uploaded by Youtubers who upload consistently and have over a thousand subscribers, but usually uploaded by one-offs And these are bad for the ecosystem because by the time the algorithm tries its best to find these videos to demonetize, They’ve already been viewed hundreds of thousands of times and therefore have had ads on them 100,000 times; advertisers see that, they get angry Why is my ad for an airplane on this video of animal cruelty? That’s horrible. They pull out everyone makes less money It’s bad for everyone. That’s just how it works. Why Am I sO flAmbOyAnt today? One sentiment I’ve seen in my mentions on Twitter a lot this week is: “Evan this still isn’t fair They’re taking away my money, and I’m going to lose all my motivation for making YouTube videos” And I’ve got two big problems with that statement. 1) money should not be our prime motivation when making YouTube videos Especially when you’re just starting out I’m gonna be completely Honest; if this move by YouTube stops a lot of people from making videos that we’re just doing it for the money I’m not gonna lose much sleep at night. The platform is saturated enough as it is if you’re just doing things for a buck Just watch just stop I don’t want to watch your stuff. My second problem with the statement is that it’s grossly Over-valuing the amount of money that these smaller youtubers that are affected by this cut have been making. If the youtuber is unable to Make 4,000 watch time hours a year chances are they were not being paid by YouTube in the first place Let’s say you’re a smaller youtuber that’s been affected by this and your average watch time per video is about 5 minutes long Well you would need 48 thousand views per year in order to qualify for the partner program And even if you did make that cut off 48 thousand views roughly equates to 48 dollars which means you would not have been paid for an entire year anyway as YouTube only pays out in increments of $100 so you would have had to have worked for 2 full years And then some just to get your first paycheck of $100 so you we’re not making money anyway So if money was your prime motivation like oh man, I’m so demotivated What do you — Wow you weren’t making money in the first place? It was literally just pretend money like Bitcoin. So basically these channels that are now not able to make money Never really made money in the first place or at least they made $100 in the last two years That’s not really the top of Youtube’s totem pole, in fact the stat YouTube gives on its blog post is that 99 percent of channels Affected were making less than $100 a year and 90 percent were earning less than two dollars and 50 cents in the last month No jokes, that’s not even enough for a Tesco meal deal, okay It’s — you’re not making money and like I said if that was your prime motivation What — why are you doing this? Now YouTube does follow on their blog post a state that smaller youtubers affected by this will be receiving All the money they are owed even if it’s not up to $100 so you don’t have to worry about YouTube taking your money well Then how can this be a good thing? People are always complaining saying “bring YouTube back to the good old days I hate this new YouTube”. Well, I’ve got news for you This is the way YouTube used to be when I started making YouTube videos No one made money unless you’re approved into the Partnership Program by a hand-picked person That’s pretty freaking cool, so when I first made videos. I didn’t make a dime for the first year I was just doing it for fun I never expected to make money that wasn’t something that I ever expected to happen especially not full time I was just doing it for fun and I was getting better editing and just making these videos and trying to make people laugh and when I did get approved in the Partnership program, I was ecstatic. I felt validated like this thing that I’ve been doing for fun was now gonna Make me chump change something I don’t know It was just so cool because anyone can vlog and put it on YouTube But I had been approved to do this and make money from it like I’d been selected I don’t know
It’s it’s such a cool feeling I’m excited that people can now experience that again on the other Positive of this it means that once you are now approved at the partnership program You make more money than you would have made why because of all the smaller creators being kicked out There’s a lot less inventory for the ads to go on which means the ads that are left have increased CPMs Which means everyone makes more money? Which is a move by YouTube to help the fully established youtubers that are working full-time on their platform Do better and make more money and make more of a living on their platform I see that as a win-win-win-win-win. Also YouTube will not be removing any perks of partnerships such as being able to make a thumbnail or having a channel banner I remember back in the day you had to be a partner to have those so at least we got that alright at least That’s a thing. Now despite me trying to look at this situation as logically as possible it does sound like I’ve got a bit of YouTube’s D in my mouth okay, I’m speaking very positive about this because it affects me very positively And I’m trying to view things nicely as an optimist, but there are some problems I’m not going to ignore about this new update, and I’m going to voice them now. One: Animators. Whose voice was that, an animators voice? That was not mine. The biggest outcry so far from this update has been from people that are Supporting smaller animators now animations are an incredibly skilled craft and I respect anyone that has the time, patience, or Ability to make them and upload them especially to YouTube. Now animators have definitely been shafted by the algorithm in the past This is not news to them But I do feel like 2017 has been the year of resurgence of animators, with the likes of TheOdd1sOut, Jaiden Animations, something else, Tim-Tom, Let Me Explain Studios, and my number one favorite animator TomSka, so good at animating I feel like animations are coming back on YouTube What about all the smaller animators? That don’t break in the views? You see the problem with animations is they’re probably going to be short if they’re from a new channel Anyway, because it’s so time-consuming They can’t upload that many and if there are about two minutes long you have to upload Videos to get a hundred and twenty thousand views a year just to make the Partnership Program, which if you think about it is Money that you should be paid, that’s $120 you actually would’ve made money that year now you might say a hundred twenty bucks It’s not that much compared to these other youtubers. Yeah well That’s in perspective. Hundred twenty dollars could pay for a subscription to an animating software Or it could pay for a new tablet that could help someone start their business of making Animating things on YouTube, so those people are kind of hurt. The only advice I have for those people is: grind. Grind hard and make what you love and you will find success on YouTube you just have to keep putting your heart in be consistent make those animations and eventually you will be accept into the partner program and You’ll feel great about it and like you said you will be making more money in the long haul you just have to grind. Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater You know I’m saying? And if you’re trying to earn some money before the partner program kicks in and you get that sweet sweet Adsense, you Can always sign up to Patreon if you get ten people to sign up to pay you one dollar a month, You’re already making more money than you were with Adsense anyway, so, Patreon I’m not sponsored by the way I have one, that that’s literally my only affiliate. Now my second issue with the update deals with a bit of speculation But ask any youtuber you know and I bet nine out of ten of them will agree that the algorithm favors Monetize content over demonetized content. Go ahead, ask some youtubers, go ask your friend. Hey, what’s up? German, what’s going on? Did the algorithm favour and monetize content? Yeah, man. See, I knew it That was a sketch. I do sketches now. It makes sense from a business perspective for YouTube to do this why would they want you to watch a video that they’re not gonna get paid on when they can show you a video they will Get paid on? Wait, however YouTube have stated explicitly that they are not doing this but if YouTube’s trust within us in the past is anything to account for such as when they said no we didn’t change the algorithm in October 2016 You think that every channel statistics? Yes, so if we do take YouTube’s word here, then small channels. You’re fine the contents fine It’ll be up there with the monetized content and tell your partner, everything’s great. If we don’t take YouTube out there word Well, I find that really unfair; really unfair for smaller channels. It’s hard enough as it is to grow your channel Let’s just make it harder! So I’ve got a solution. What are some smaller channels that you support? Do you even watch any? Give them a like. I know the like doesn’t do as much as it used to, but a big ol’ thumbs up will do wonders for their confidence. You Know what else does wonders for confidence? Give them constructive criticism. Did you like the video? Did you dislike it for some way? Was there an issue with the editing they could improve on? Give them a nice polite Constructive comment. That will do wonders that will help them they might say a few hater dabs But you know what those people They’ll learn, okay, they’ll learn. And also a big one: subscribe, help them hit that 1000 subscriber goal If YouTube is actively pushing smaller channels down do your best to pull them up and support them And that’s what I’m doing right now. You want some smaller youtubers to support? I’ve got something for you. Five hot fresh out the kitchen when you subscribe to them when they’re famous you’ll be like, huh? I subscribed when they were away tiny tiny little boys. They owe me every first off ten thousand hawks He’s only got about a thousand subscribers, and he makes really really good content. He makes animations. He makes vlogs He makes a lot of good stuff, and the editing is snappy Jake. Yeah, good boy. Two: Sam Angl I’m probably pronouncing that wrong, but he won’t mind because he’s an angel there we go he does Monthly PMS style content and one video that I liked of his was the video called How Not To Be Casey Neistat. I thought It was quite good, really good editing obviously this guy’s got a good head on his shoulders I’m excited to see what else he has to make also that guy under 2,000 subscribers will Will, makes me feel crap about myself because he’s got just over two thousand subscribers and also just over two thousand times my editing abilities When it comes to special effects. He makes some funny sketches. I’ve got one called The First Date I really liked. I put that in the description, check that one out. Mackenzie Vlogs is an American that’s moved to London Seems to be ripping off my style, Mackenzie, what are you doing? Just kidding. She’s made some really good videos and some that are very similar to something I make and I actually quite enjoyed one of them where I was like hey, I never thought about that that is true. Food in England’s terrible. Just kidding I say that every day. And lastly the crème de la crème. If you want the best small youtuber ever Just listen up. Give me your ears. Okay, this small youtuber he’s always going on about how he’s trying to grow his channel. Every one of his friends is trying to help him because we all Love him so much He just wants to be famous one day Sammy Paul Sammy Paul, my boy, hit him, give him a round of applause, the boy needs some money, give him that AdSense, go subscribe to Sammy Paul Those are my smaller youtubers. I hope you enjoyed this video I tried to view this in the most logical way possible, but I may have missed some points So please point them out below in the comments. I appreciate it. Thank you for watching I’ll come back next Sunday for another video as I always do, see you then, bye , whoa whoa!

Stephen Childs

100 Comments

  1. Iโ€™m just under the hours because I was away for mental health during 2017. If I was active I would have probably been okay :โ€™(

  2. I agree with you in 99.9% of cases, but like animators, I think that there is one other group that could really struggle, and I think that is tutorial content creators. Many people have an issue, look it up. Watch one video, get what they need and leave. These channels don't gain subs as fast, because most people don't need to see ALL of their videos, but each video could get hundreds of thousands of views. They might easily hit watch time, but sub count could be a big issue for those types of channels. I think youtube needs to make a sort of secondary way to get monetized. Like even if you don't meet sub count or even watch time, if your channel has over 150k views in the last 12 months then it should be monetized, because like you said that would actually earn you a small check that year. That's just a spin that I think may have been overlooked

  3. i'd never heard of samuel pole but his content is actually alright. i think give him a couple years and it could actually be some good stuff

  4. Despite being one of the smaller youtubers under this criteria, I actually don't mind it…. It will prove who wants to upload and put effort into their channel and who doesn't

  5. Most of the people saying that this is okay and nothing to worry about are the ones who don't have anything to worry about and aren't affected. I find that more frustrating than anything else.

    I loved that you shared others though – big high five. Thank you.

  6. THANK YOU for saying this! My entire twitter has just been politics and smaller Youtubers whining about the new monetization while I'm just here like "why".

  7. This video should be required watching for any and all channels that don't meet the new requirements. YouTube is an aggregate of content. Nothing more. And there's not a finite number of ads. And I would much rather the ad money go towards the content creators noted in this video as these r the creators who deserve to continue making a living wage off of YouTube like before all the ad problems. I'm so tired of the smell creators posting angry vids on how they have no incentive to make videos anymore. How Their content isn't appreciated and how these Logan Paul channels have ruined things for them. I'm tired of seeing channels with five to ninety subscribers and maybe ten videos posting how they've started a patreon since the ad problems from months ago started and they can't afford to make videos. It demeans those creators who deserve Patreon accounts without catching BS for it. YouTube works for the advertisers. I hope these big advertisers that left will come back so great creators will again make the money they used to make and what they deserve!

  8. I totally agree that making videos should not be about the money. I make guitar covers weekly on my channel and I make no money anyway so the new changes don't really affect me. Although, I did think it was unfair for other small youtubers until I listened to you explain how it works, thank you for doing such a good job! ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. I agreed with almost every point you made in this video however I donโ€™t agree with the fact that the smaller YouTubers money goes to the bigger ones so they can make more. I mean seriously do they need any more money. Its no secret that the bigger YouTubers make a fuck ton already, do they really need more.

  10. Do you have any advice on how to grow my small vlogging channel? I only have 51 subs and ive been trying so hard with my channel for the last 2 years โ˜น๏ธ

  11. Comments that help people improve their videos is better then a thumbs down.

  12. As a small youtuber, I get why they are making the change. I'm making like nothing off adsense anyway. Receiving the notification still felt like getting punched in the gut though. Youtube just set the bar of what they think is valuable and if you aren't there, then what you're doing isn't of value in the big picture. It's a morale problem more than a money one.

  13. I love how you mentioned different, relevant perspectives and not just went on about your own opinion! I also feel way more educated on this whole thing so yay

  14. Gonna get so many hates for this, but what you're essentially saying is that many YouTubers are going to have to stop earning 'money', so that the top YouTubers can earn more money… Does this remind you of anything? (Hint: current world economy).

  15. As a teeny tiny animator who's already struggling to balance my "free time" with finding enough work offline to make any money, the only problem with us animators grinding is just how long it takes. Like right now I can't afford to animate more than a bit at a time when I'm not focusing on other work, because going full time or even properly part time is out of the question rn. So the longer story I was meant to be doing about SitC is probably never gonna be finished XD That being said, I really hope that all good small YouTubers get plenty of luck this year and are able to grind enough to make it. If this is the way it's gonna be, you know what they say about life and lemons.

  16. You should do a British vs America sports, and talk about the most popular. Also if you did brackets at school.

  17. you guys are all missing the point, itโ€™s the principle. When these changes affects the little guys, itโ€™s suck it up. When the changes affects the big channels, I see a lot videos on how upset everyone is. This was a transfer of money from the small channels to the big channels. Iโ€™m not bitter nor will I give up because Iโ€™m not here for the money, itโ€™s just disappointing. 10 million demonetized, $ 1 billion dollars in ads being transferred from the small channels to the big channels. I made a video about this.

  18. I understand not paying smaller YouTubers, however this is taking away a lot of tools small YouTubers use when trying to grow their channels. Such as info cards and end screens.

  19. This decision by YouTube is nothing more than a business decision to maximize their bottom line. YouTube has the resources to weed out any "bad actors" without penalizing the legit small up and coming creators but that's not what they are doing is it? They keep raising the bar so that they do not have to dedicate resources to the little creators. Remember, that was the original attraction all of the small creators had to this platform in the first place. We all had an equal chance! It used to be that talent, determination and the willingness to put the hours in learning your craft was what separated the wheat from the chaff. The viewers decided who was worthy but now it is just business as usual. "Big money looking after big money" Where have we heard that before? I believe most established channels worked their way up and now maybe forget the learning curve and struggle it took for them to get where they are. Other established channels were financially backed right out of the gate with a business plan and a good host. Either way it seems "a lot" of these established channels are happy to see this change. The "I Got Mine" philosophy at work. The views and viewing time that millions of small creators are taking away from the established guys adds up to big bucks and don't let them BS you about their motives. If your channel has been at this long enough that you are already successful then please don't be so arrogant as to think that the rest of us are "bad actors", unworthy or just plain dumb enough to not realize what this is really all about. I started my channel a little over a year ago and am almost at 10,000 views and now they pull the rug out from under me at the last minute! I have no doubt that even if I get to 1000 subs they will change the bar yet again so what's the use? Talk about "bad actors", YouTube management are A-holes…

  20. Evan!!!! Your recommendations are awesome!!! I wanna recommend my lovely friends Margot Vandersmissen and jonbehere, they are amazing and lovely, please check them out :')

  21. The only ppl i see say its okay is 98% who are above the requirements ๐Ÿ–•๐Ÿฝ

  22. @Evan Edinger well done on saying the vest thing you ever had.

  23. 4:05 evan mentioned tesco meal deals,, he is fully integrated into british culture and can now begin the Blood Sacrifice Ceremony in order to proceed to the Inner Circle of Britishness

  24. ๐Ÿ‘ WELL ๐Ÿ‘ SAID ๐Ÿ‘ EVAN ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

  25. First time stumbled across your channel. Your camera presence is hilarious, lots of energy. Good stuff Evan, keep it up!!

  26. Hello Evan! I am a new subscriber, and in a few years I'll be going to college. (I'm American by the way.) I want to save money and go to university in England and live in a flat to see if I want to live there long-term. What was your process of moving to England years ago? Thanks so much! ๐Ÿ™‚ #MERICA

  27. I understand the points you're making, but as a 'smaller channel' myself that, since my partnership, has made roughly $100 AUD every 18 months, can I just say 1) That's an amount of money I would have never had if not for making YouTube videos, and 2) to some people, including me, $100 is a king's ransom 3) people who don't make a lot of money know how to make it last.

    It's not *You*Tube anymore … It's CorporateTube now.

    Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go and work on my piano album.

    See you later.

  28. The sad thing, small time Youtubers in my opinion have better content that the pedestal youtubers like Zoelle, Tyler Oakley and such.

    While smaller Youtubers like Lazy Masquerade, Corpse Husband, Urmaker, CreepsMcpasta, Rob Dyke, Top 15 and creeps etc have so much better content.
    I could watch them all day

    While I can barely watch 5 minutes of Logan paul, Shane dawson etc without wanting to shoot myself at how fucking bland and boring they are

  29. It was my only income. It may have literally only earned pennies but it was pennies that I earned. I understand YouTube as a business had to make the call they made, but I was a working YouTuber and not a hobbyist.

  30. I've got ยฃ45 right now and I need ยฃ60 to get my first pay which is annoying

  31. Where is the blog post that small YouTube's will get their money if their under the thereshold?

  32. You should do like a little shoutout to small channels like once a month or every other month (so it doesnโ€™t get too saturated)

  33. wow I feel like you had just disappeared from my sub box completely for weeks? I just found your channel again even though I've been subscribed the entire time. well done yt

  34. I see your point about one-off videos with bad, clickbaity, violent content. But I think there's a solution that avoids that and also doesn't screw over small youtubers with dedicated audiences. Maybe something that looks at whether you upload videos consistently over a period of time, or whether people who watch tend to watch through/come back for more. Something less dependent on size. It's not just animators that might benefit from even a small amount of income. $120 could also buy someone a better microphone, for example.

  35. Love it if you did suggest small YouTubers to follow like in a tweet or video, something. The small channels are struggling

  36. I've found getting constructive criticism on YouTube is actually quite hard ๐Ÿ˜…

  37. I made 100$ the last two month from revenue, granted december pays better than the other months it appears – so amounts like that adds up over a year…after 28. feb I get nothing because of the sub count and I can understand why channels with the same stats like mine get a little bumped….BUT I totally agree with you, don't be in it for the money (After taxes its like peanuts anyway) – just remember that LIKE button…or dislike, both works ๐Ÿ˜€

  38. If there are spiders in your house the only way to combat the problem IS to burn your house down : )

  39. Thanks for posting this video. Love your high energy light hearted personality. You Tube has really made it difficult for us smaller channels. They could have handled this a LOT differently. Those of us who DON"T post inappropriate content are paying the price. Yuk! I just monetized and in two months made a little money that YES does matter. Please help us small channels grow buy subscribing to my channel if you find it helpful and entertaining. Thanks.

  40. It certainly sucks to be an animator starting out. Sammy doesn't need any more subscribers ๐Ÿ˜‚

  41. This has nothing to do with anything – although fantastic video and #subscribed – but where did you get that shirt, OH MY GOD, please please please I need it in my life!

  42. your just entertaining to watch first time seeing your video's i had to subscribe for more

  43. if anyone wants a small youtuber to check out then please check out my friend Isaac https://www.youtube.com/user/TheCaasi619

    He is such an inspiration, he is disabled but lets nothing hold him back. He travels the world and goes to many cool events. He would be so appreciative of anyone who checks out his stuff.

  44. Evan! Thanks for bigging up animators. Really appreciate that. ย 
    I have over 1k subscribers but only 150,000 minutes watch time ๐Ÿ˜ฅ
    I thought I was doing okay until recently.ย 
    ๐ŸŒŽh well….. Itโ€™s still a beautiful World!

  45. i've had a channel for 12 years but never badgered people about subscribing. now i'm paying the price. i'd love some subs, though. and i'm happy to return the favor

  46. hey evan im a small youtuber and you honestly inspire me to stick one up youtubes ass

  47. It's large channels like yours that cause drama and create click bait, so they should have demonetised punks like you instead of small channels that work hard for the sake of good content.

  48. no my prime motivation is to get seen. buuut yeah you are right why even try let's demotivate every newcomer to ever achieve anything. this will totally lead to more diversity.

  49. I was booted off the partner program from this update. However what YouTube is doing is theyโ€™re offering tips and tricks to continue creating contact through theyโ€™re creators emails. I really appreciate those and I love the platform even if itโ€™s harder succeed as a small YouTuber.

  50. Just subscribed. You have a funny yet factual look at things I really enjoy your channel thanks for the information ๐Ÿ™‚

  51. I watch a girl named Tori Ball. She's my friend from Show choir camp, she will be making makeup and lifestyle videos I believe and she's amazing and adorable!

  52. Evan, ur awesome!! truth be told, i wasn't going to watch the whole video…. but u just reeled me in and i watched the. Whole. THING! ur awesome buddy!! liked and subscribed ๐Ÿ™‚

  53. How did you ever get 447K subscribers? Cut back on the caffeine and all of the antics.

  54. Lets help each other

    Subscribe my channel, I will subscribe u back.
    Do Hurry, comment done once u subscribe

  55. I really like this video. I have been wanting to start a YouTube channel for 3 years and if I had I would probably be making good money by now, but I didnโ€™t get the confidence to start until a month ago and right after I uploaded my first few videos, YouTube made it a lot harder for small growing channels like myself to make money but that didnโ€™t stop me because I love what Iโ€™m doing and I know my hard work will pay off one way or another. Thanks for making such great content! ๐Ÿ™‚

  56. Amazing video! I am a new Youtuber as of December 2017 and grinding has been super successful. 1200 subs and 1600 hours watched so far. Not sure why people feel these targets are impossible.

  57. Speaking for that 1% WHAT??? And YouTube will only pay you the money once you pass the 100 dollar threshold. They are not sending you the 20 Dollars you have in your account – you get paid once you get that 20 dollars pass their 100 minimum or what ever dollar amount over 100 you put in your original contract….a really easy task seeing that you are demonetized and YouTube will favor the monetized channels for views. YES YOUTUBE KILLED THE SMALL CHANNELS

  58. PFFT, I'm gonna get to that one-thousand subs easy. Although I'm currently going in the wrong direction ๐Ÿ˜›

  59. Iโ€™m planning on starting a YouTube channel (mainly to get recognized and become an actress but also because every one of my talents and skills add up to making videos). When I heard that YouTube changed their partnership program, I was worried about this goal becoming even harder to achieve. I know growing a channel will be very hard… definitely will take a year or two… or four… but hopefully this doesnโ€™t make it even harder.

  60. LOGAN PAUL IS FUCKING GAY AND HE RUINED MY CHANCE OF GETTING BIG…. I WANTED TO MAKE YOUTUBE MY JOB… ALSO, SHOULD MAKE ANYTHING INTO A JOB… AND THIS IS ONE OF THEM… YOUTUBE…. FUCK LOGAN PAUL….

  61. I'm just here to review sharp objects and get my name in the ears of knife companies so I can turn knives into a career. Would money and sponsorships along the way be cool? Of course but I'm really more interested in just showcasing my love and knowledge of sharpened steel

  62. One thing you missed YouTube has demonetisation bots which are demonetizing big channels

  63. The effort to do YouTube is too much to do for free in any case if you ask me.

  64. You seem to be saying that small channels don't deserve any reward for their work, even if they have tens of thousands of views. I've spent a lot of time and effort on developing my channel, and I'm nowhere near 1000 subscribers. Without the prospect of making a little side money from my videos in the future, it's hard to justify putting more effort into my channel. I'd like to work on it further, but It basically feels like my aspirations are dead, and I need to reconsider where I'm investing my time and effort.

  65. I'm reach my goal of 100 subs because it's impossible for me to reach that 1,000 sub limit in order for YouTube to turn on adsense again so I can try to gain money to GO BUY new things for YouTube video making because if adsense wasn't turn on simply because of these NEW rules I can't REALLY improve my channel buy organically bring an audience in the long run now can I!!

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