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Do the "Top" YouTubers Bot views/likes?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by Hackalogue, Mar 29, 2014.

  1. Hackalogue

    Hackalogue Registered Member

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    I'm very curious about the correlation between the number of likes and views some of the biggest youtubers get. I've noticed videos getting XXX,XXX amount of views with only XXXX ratings. Sometimes over a million views with only hundreds of comments, as opposed to other bitg youtubers who get over 1 thousand comments on a video with only 100K+ views.

    What do you guys think?
     
  2. asap1

    asap1 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Im sure SOME are but sometimes the video just might not be engaging enough to make someone comment on it.
     
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  3. LiquidSnake

    LiquidSnake Regular Member

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    I know few guys who earn from YT with adsense and have millions of fake views. One of them shows me traffic stats and earnings $12k from adsense on YT lol
     
  4. person03

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    People often watch popular's YT vids even if they don't like them, so if they liked or got engaged they would comment , rate etc :p
     
  5. twitter.followers

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    Some of them do and some don't. But just because the ratings or likes or comments are low doesn't mean that the views are fake, there could be a lot other reasons due to which these numbers are low like the video might no be engaging enough.

    Or the views maybe coming from websites where they're embed and hence more comments on being posted on that particular website's page where the video is embed rather than on the YouTube video directly. This was just an example and there could be tens of other different reasons.
     
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    nxgweb Newbie

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    Think about, If you shared a Youtube video on Facebook? You will get lot of views 0 comments.
     
  7. Hackalogue

    Hackalogue Registered Member

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    some good thought put into your responses guys, thankyou :)
     
  8. Kusatzu

    Kusatzu Registered Member

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    Depends on the youtuber.
    A lets player get less likes than a youtuber who shows beauty stuff lol