Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by catwithhat, Nov 14, 2013.
Extremely relevant comments below 7m video
He just wants a little .
I just saw the bob army comments today on a video, I don't know what the hell it's all about
Read my thread I started yesterday. Everyone on YT is spamming every single video until G brings back the old comments. I made a thread getting more people to join in.
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I see that tank everywhere on YouTube lmao!
yet to catch up on this part of the world
who ever started this is an idiot, forgot to put his website under the tank. imagine the avalanche of visitors he was receiving by now.
All I've been seeing is bob and dicks on youtube comments. It's annoying, that plague is starting to reach my channel.
But I hope bob does bring some change, I want to see the power of what the youtube community can do.
The power of the Internet!
This is pretty fucking awesome.
this becames viral, matt cutts can u control this spamming? ahaahahhahahah
Google's Relentless Campaign to Make Google+ Work Becomes YouTube's Problem
YouTube faces mounting criticism for tying its comment section to the social platform
Netizens are lambasting YouTube for its new Google+-powered comments section, lifting the veil of anonymity that's long shielded users and given the video platform a notorious reputation for its troll-friendly trove of rants.
Last week YouTube mandated users sign up for Google+, its social network, before commenting on a video, which links a YouTube account to an actual identity. The move touched off an outpouring of criticism, prompting a Change.org petition that's collected more than 100,000 signatures in less than a week and a host of Reddit users to spam the Google products forum with more than 430,000 complaints. Even YouTube co-founder Jawed Karim questioned the policy on his page in the only other post visible besides his first video upload in 2005.
The new policy, which Google first announced in September, is aiming to turn the section into a conversation, a YouTube spokesperson tells TIME, ranking the comments according to "relevance" through up-votes and a user's online profile. The strategy is likely a move to compete with Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, allowing Google+-connected comments to appear at the top of the unfiltered threads.
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The bulk of Google's $50 billion in annual revenue still comes from search-related ads. Analysts estimate that YouTube on its own is now about a $4 billion business. But as Google builds up and diversifies the video-sharing siteâ€”it is pushing cable-like branded channels, for instanceâ€”the company has increasingly shown itself willing to experiment with the site's fundamental parts. Integrating Google+ is not only an attempt to clean up comments, but also make parts of YouTube more search engine friendly.
Users can still control what's visible to their Google+ profile, but the comments are nonetheless linked. With YouTube's more than 800 million unique monthly users and 100 million people liking, sharing and commenting every week, the move is an obvious boon to Google's social network that's struggled to keep up with Facebook. Google has been relentless in its efforts to attract more users . Last month Google+ touted a 58% jump in users over recent months and 300 million monthly active users, but tech bloggers remain dubious about the credibility of those numbers since most of Google's products are integrated with the platform.
Paul Colligan, author of YouTube Strategies: Making and Marketing Online Video, says the outrage over YouTube's new policy is a waste of time. "They bet the farm on Google+ awhile ago," he tells TIME, which means that it was inevitable that YouTube would eventually cement its connection the social media platform. In fact, YouTube began offering the option more than a year ago when a box appeared on the site urging users to link their YouTube account to Google. A lot of users clicked the box without realizing the implication. In fact, four out of five users had already connected their account prior to last week's update, according to a YouTube spokesperson.
While the idea of promoting civil discourse by forcing accountability makes sense, it's unlikely to happen. As Politico and TechCrunch have shown, powering a comments section through a social media platformâ€”with users' real-life identitiesâ€”doesn't do much for traffic. Both organizations reverted back to anonymous comments after experimenting with a Facebook-linked system. The strategy did little to foster better dialogue and even less to drive more comments. YouTube's trolling may decrease, but it may come at great cost.
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Rather, Colligan thinks the likes of Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest will benefit from the backlash with users embedding video links on other platforms to circumvent the policy while still generating conversation. It's too soon to tell how dramatic the policy's impact will be, but a YouTube spokesperson says there's always room for improvement.
However, it is unlikely Google would give up an opportunity to capture the massive YouTube audience. Colligan thinks the die has been cast. "There's no going back," he says. "And there can't be."
Read more: Google's Relentless Campaign to Make Google+ Work Becomes YouTube's Problem | TIME.com http://business.time.com/2013/11/13...-work-becomes-youtubes-problem/#ixzz2kfqy4CiF
I'm just loving this, its beautiful
I'm surprised it's still available
sweet, somebody from BHW just bought it, way to go pal.
hahah who is that Bob?
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â–ˆâ–„ â–ˆãƒ¼J â–ˆâ–ˆâ–ˆâ–€â–€â–€â–€â–€â–€â–€â•¬ â˜»/ Air support is here Bob
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Seems people do not have a fucking clue of what Google is...
Seriously, Google has achieved supreme greatness to the motherfucking extreme, it is so extreme their success that they are now the Hitler of the era... no matter what lame shit people do, G is gonna do what G fucking wants... and they wont give a floppy shit about NONE OF YOU, NONE OF YOUR COMMENTS and none of your ideas.
What a fucking WASTE OF TIME. Go and make some fucking tanks and helicopters and complain about how hard white SEO is getting... yea google is definitely going to give a shit about you...
/e the only thing G is going to do is going to ask you this: does it bother you? Then go and use fucking Vimeo, dailymotion or whatever fuck you want; but you know what? NO ONE is gonna stop using YouTube. Get used to it.
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