Since quite a bunch of us run public Youtube channels,
i think that information might be valuable for many of us;
Youtube seems to clearly work on it’s algorithms currently.
The Like, and dislike buttons,
tend to have fixed values,
not counting the actual click,
but rather keeping a set display amount currently.
Someone interested into coding,
might want to look into the source code more precisely.
What clearly shows,
down to customer level,
usually indicates a general code to be re-written.
in this case,
it most likely is linked with the new platform segment release,
of it’s music Platform.
Not entirely sure there,
but i think i’ve seen some paid music service being enrolled there.
Until it’s confirmed further,
here’s just a little note,
on how re-coding might be affecting people who are missing out on awareness about it:
This is not a definite statement.
Just me giving forward notice,
about a potential “glitch” / Dejavu moment in the Matrix,
which distributes a good deal of current information strings.
- for those checking the edit of mechanism:
Simply look at the Like dislike ratio being fix,
regardless which account you’re on,
and if the video is getting a like or not.
an example taken from this video:
the video before,
is fixed on the big number,
and non-fixed on the low number,
so it must be a max-amount limit that’s been set into place.
On Dark Age of Youtube:
Without the dislike,
or with a like present;
with a dislike present.
that the system has fixed the values,
that count in,
but does count,
until numbers are reached.
- I’m pointing that out,
because Youtube used the dislike function for deciding who to kick out of their board,
and as a reference of content quality.
with fixed numbers,
those decisions are fixed aswell.
Please keep that in mind,
when youtube comes along,
arguing the Viewer base might love / or hate,
the content that one of Balg’s associated channels puts out to the Public.
Those numbers are rigged,
as shown above,
and due to that,
don’t count as a reliable proof anymore.