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  • your videos been de monetized.

  • Limited or no ads due to content identified is not suitable for most advertisers.

  • Not suitable.

  • All we did was walk around Hokkaido eating biscuits.

  • Let's have a look at content that isn't eligible for advertising controversial issues and sensitive events.

  • Well, it's definitely not vague.

  • Inappropriate use of family entertainment characters.

  • Damn, that's the crude Mickey Mouse sketch out the window, then sexually suggestive content, Sexually suggestive.

  • Um, I, um I sexually suggestive inappropriate language, So nothing controversial.

  • Nothing sensitive.

  • Nothing inappropriate on no bad words.

  • Right?

  • Okay.

  • Well, then I guess we'll have to make some adjustments to the channel.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • Hey, guys, welcome back to the channel.

  • It's great to see you.

  • I'm good.

  • I hope you're good.

  • I just wanted to start things off by saying we've had to make a few adjustments to the channel in accordance with YouTube's new ad policies.

  • But they're so subtly blended into the video that you probably won't even notice them.

  • Eso today I thought we would talk about Oh, look, it's Mr Snuggles.

  • How are you, Mr Snuggles?

  • What?

  • We've been up, Thio.

  • You're good?

  • Yeah.

  • I'm good to what you've been up to recently.

  • What's that?

  • I look like I've put on weight over the last 2 to 3 month period.

  • You little mother.

  • Ruskell, You little rascal.

  • What am I going to do with you?

  • What am I gonna do with you?

  • So it's a little bit difficult to talk about controversial issues on YouTube these days.

  • But that doesn't mean we still can't have lots of fun today.

  • I thought I would talk about the 25 things that make me happy.

  • A Z.

  • I think it's more important to spread a positive message than to talk about important contemporary issues that affect us all.

  • So without further ado, what are the top 25 things that make me happy?

  • Well, the first thing that makes me happy is friendship when we're having a difficult time in our lives or the subject of sensitive or inappropriate topics which we can't discuss on each previous policy reasons, the first thing we do is turned to our friends for support.

  • Friendship is the bond that holds humanity together.

  • I want my feel like smiling even more than usual.

  • The second thing that makes me happy is sunshine, because without sunshine, there would be no tomorrow.

  • Sorry about that, guys.

  • We don't have much time.

  • There's a new.

  • There's a new YouTube algorithm on the loose.

  • It could be in this room right now, searching the video for inappropriate content.

  • I'm hoping that overly positive bullshit might have thrown it off.

  • For months, I've heard stories of YouTube creators falling in the hands of this unstoppable algorithm, an algorithm so powerful it just be monetized everybody's videos, regardless of whether they're inappropriate or not.

  • I didn't realize how serious it WAAS, and then it started started happening to me.

  • Just three weeks ago, we were hit by the first wave of de monetize videos came out of nowhere like a like a pig in a storm.

  • It started with some of the older videos, then with new ones now just just every video.

  • And it threatens the very fabric of YouTube, not just for creators but for viewers as well.

  • This entire, this entire platform will soon be dominated by family friendly content, smiling endlessly smiling sycophants in every video.

  • It's sad that after five years that faith and that trust that I've had in YouTube has been eroded, you know it's like.

  • It's a strange feeling.

  • It's like disappointment mixed with a mild sense of betrayal.

  • It's like discovering that Skittles are made from Children or that dumbbell door is a racist.

  • You know, I don't know what to believe anymore now.

  • Oh, screw it.

  • Let's go back on the sofa.

  • It's not as if that tape's gonna do much good now.

  • Honestly, just by staring at the word happy, I actually feel up to three times happier every single day.

  • So I encourage you to do it in your everyday life.

  • Come on, let's go.

  • Oh, my God.

  • Oh, don't sit on your leg for more than 10 minutes unless you're willing to pay the price afterwards.

  • God, bloody leg!

  • Is this inappropriate content?

  • I don't know.

  • Fucking fucking stupid guidelines.

  • Sorry about that, guys.

  • It was starting to feel like an SMR video.

  • Eso thinly veiled sarcasm aside, what do I really think about the ongoing situation?

  • What do YouTube's new changes mean for creators, for viewers on for this for this channel?

  • I know this has been going on for months now, and I'm a bit late to the party, but it's a topic that I didn't feel qualified to discuss until I'd experienced it kind of firsthand very quickly for those of you that don't know what's been going on with YouTube Towards the start of this year, YouTube received a wave of criticism when it turned out extremist propaganda channels were profiting from ad revenue on their videos.

  • Is YouTube haven't flagged?

  • Um, setting off a domino effect of criticism in the media?

  • This then led to major companies boycotting YouTubers, an advertising platform jeopardizing YouTube's advert driven model.

  • To counter Act this, YouTube created new guidelines the videos that wouldn't be eligible for advertising and then unleashed an algorithm to go through the videos on Enforce the guidelines d monetizing videos that were deemed inappropriate.

  • Now it sounded good on the surface.

  • Unnecessary.

  • Of course, nobody wants to see Isis or online bullies profit from YouTube.

  • It's easy to sympathize with advertisers.

  • Naturally, a company like Pepsi aren't gonna wanna put adverts in front of a video off somebody teaching how to bomb an airplane.

  • That wouldn't do their reputation, any favors besides Pepsi, already more than capable of screwing their own reputation by themselves anyway, however, the algorithm soon started demanded ties ing everybody's videos as a result, off the broadly defined terms YouTube has set out in a fantastic example off AI gone wrong or just being too efficient.

  • But this led to creators who relied on YouTube losing substantial amounts of their income and budget overnight and caused many to lose faith in the platform.

  • Now YouTube has said that this algorithm, this filter we'll use machine learning over time to get better and to improve.

  • The handing over this level of power to an algorithm seems to be a pretty big floor.

  • It's like sending in a SWAT team into a hostage situation.

  • But the SWAT team is also fully authorized to shoot the hostages.

  • Okay, men, Operation Bread stickers ago.

  • When you get to the room weapons free, take out whoever you need Thio, including the hostages, especially the hostages.

  • But don't worry, it will be a learning experience.

  • That's right, sir.

  • Then we can learn from our mistakes, and it definitely won't happen again.

  • Exactly.

  • At this early stage, it seems to be incredibly inefficient, a d monetizing videos that shouldn't be, for example, of the four videos I've put out this month, two of the videos have been de monetize the video discussing the ongoing North Korean situation.

  • On the most recent Sapelo video, where we walked around SAPA, Rolande looked at stuff.

  • Now I'm 100% sure that they were eligible for adverse, and that's because four or five days after they were de monetized, they were actually manually reviewed and then re monetized somebody YouTube watch them saw that they were okay on re monetize them.

  • If you get de monetized, you can appeal.

  • So you might be thinking, Oh, great.

  • Well, they got re monetized.

  • All's well, that ends well, no problem.

  • But it really is a problem when you release the video.

  • As you'd expect, you generally get 90% of your views in those first 2 to 3 days and thus 90% off your ad revenue before it sharply drops off, in my case, to just a few dozen views a day.

  • And so in those four or five days when the videos aren't monetized, they're losing pretty much all of their potential ad revenue on there's not a lot I could do about it.

  • In the case of the sap viral video, I uploaded it to YouTube.

  • It was filtered and scanned.

  • It was fine.

  • I made it lives.

  • Everybody could watch it on.

  • Then I went to bed, woke up the next day and found out he'd been de monetized during the night.

  • And that was that.

  • Now I'm not a vlogger who makes videos every day.

  • There's usually one a week due to the amount of time spent filming, editing or traveling out about making them.

  • If two of those four videos that I make every month are being de monetized, that's like having half of your salary or half of your monthly budget being snatched away from you without warning on without reasonable justification.

  • Now would be really interesting to see if this video is de monetized.

  • I'd say it's 50 50.

  • I'll be posting the results on Facebook and Twitter afterwards.

  • But the worst thing is, it makes me question whether or not doing something in the video.

  • Such a swearing could jeopardize the videos.

  • Advertising eligibility is a sad day when you have to choose between swearing or having an income.

  • You know, I don't want to feel to my videos through a gun drop fucking rainbow just to survive on YouTube.

  • Many people say It's the end of YouTube, but I don't think it is fundamentally.

  • I love YouTube.

  • It's a fantastic resource.

  • And as a creator, I've had pretty much no problems in the last five years.

  • And this is the first time that alarm bells have started to ring.

  • But it certainly cause me to question the reality of being a YouTuber.

  • You know, you have to put a lot of faith into YouTube to build your life around it, as creators do.

  • Ondas.

  • I've done over the last two years doing it full time, but hopefully things will improve.

  • As time goes by and going forward, I think we'll see a lot more.

  • Creators adapt and use things like crowd funding and patryan and sponsorships to counter act this kind of instability because they don't have a choice.

  • We're very bloody lucky on the abroad in Japan Channel that these videos are funded by YouTube Patriot on these days, eso If the nightmare continues, yes, we'll lose a portion of the budget, unfortunately, but ultimately will survive and things will go on as normal.

  • It's soon to keep things the way they are, lose some YouTube revenue rather than change the way I present the videos or the style of the videos paid.

  • Sean allows that on above.

  • Elikann promise one thing, and that is you won't ever have to stare at that animated dancing fucking pumpkin ever again.

  • Well, not until we launch abroad in Japan Kids Channel anyway.

  • For now, though, guys, that's all I'll say on the topic.

  • You can see if this video survives the treacherous algorithm on Facebook and Twitter after it's been uploaded.

  • As we enter these worrying on unstable times, I just want to thank you all for your support.

  • Over the last few weeks, I've had a lot of encouragement from people while I've been winding and complaining about this situation, and I'm really grateful for your support and your kind of understanding this shitty situation.

  • But for now, the guys, as always, many thanks for watching, and I'll see you next time in the face of Apocalypse.

  • I'm off now to turn the 25 things that make me happy audiotape into a self help guide that Aiken cynically exploit for profit.

  • The first thing that makes me happy is friendship.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/09/10
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