Discussion in 'YouTube' started by Plus44, Dec 4, 2017.
Drop codes if you find them
This is pretty crazy.
yeah thats the way they do it , maybe somenone of us here should start thinking building the "new" yt site and let the yt [email protected] it self
be nice to have a full list of these codes and there meanings .
Whilst interesting it's pointless trying to find the meanings, YouTube will simply change them each time it gets leaked.
Youtube has changed them im not seeing the codes.Youtube do have a censorship algo,my last video I uploaded to Youtube it was a very controversial and it never hit suggested videos,only 1839 views wtf .I used to get about 100,000 views per upload for this channel. The CEO is destroying Youtube she has to go.
I'm doubtful they'd go through the trouble to keep changing them, but it's YouTube so who knows. It's not really anything that would negatively hurt the website if the masses found out about it...If anything, I feel like just knowing what the codes that trigger certain things are would encourage creators to post less controversial and more family friendly content; which is exactly what YouTube wants
Actually for me too.
They would. Changes would take time but they will get redone. And how would you know the stats you're spending hours/months testing are not changed.
I think it was changed.
Fair enough. I see what you're saying and you're probably right
if anything, if new codes are found, let it be known. Even if the code changes, just knowing the keywords that may trigger certain topics that haven't been discovered can help people post content around things that wont get demonetized and algorithmically demoted
Yeah don't get me wrong this is still awesome to learn about! have you been hit personally btw?
he said " he did all that in a single day :O :O "
What I'm worried about now is that when a video is falsely demonetised its performance is adversely affected even after a manual review overturns the findings...
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