I am not a professional, but I am a proud YouTube user. I love my account and enjoy the content I see. I don’t do anything like report videos, but I do watch a lot of the videos that are available. I love the music that YouTube provides and the easy-to-follow instructions.
When it’s not for my own entertainment, I like to see what I can find on YouTube. I will often report videos I find interesting, but I also will watch and comment on videos from time to time. I have learned to be more careful where I comment and report videos as I do not want to share them with anyone who doesn’t want to see them.
You can find videos of me on YouTube as well.
I’m not exactly sure what you are referring to here, but I am in my own words reporting videos on YouTube. I have learned that I have to be watchful of what I post on YouTube. I have reported videos that I find interesting, and I have commented on videos I have seen. This is a good example of the difference between reporting and commenting.
Commenting on videos is where you show some sort of interest, admiration, or interest in the creator – it also helps them by letting them know that you have liked their videos. In contrast, reporting is the act of telling the creator that you have noticed them in a way that is not flattering.
As much as I love the YouTube comments, I have to say I am not a fan of the comments that are posted by other people. They seem like a place where the person who is posting the comment is trying to prove something to you or someone else, and I have never seen that anywhere else, yet I get all the way to the top of the comment list.
I don’t know if reporting is a good thing. On the one hand, you are reporting them and telling them how good you think they are. On the other hand, you are letting them know that you have seen them on Youtube and decided you have to tell them about it. The problem is that these things can damage a person’s reputation in the eyes of the creator. They can end up in a bad way.
I think there are two reasons why many people are not reporting videos on youtube. One, not all video creators are bad people. They are just lazy or don’t care enough to make a video. And two, many people like to get their feedback on videos that are already on YouTube. They don’t want to share their “feedback” with the video’s creator.
One of the reasons that I share my videos on YouTube is because I want to help the creator because it was the right thing to do after I read their content. I think I can be a dick to a video creator if they dont like me.
I’m not sure this is a good thing. I think the best feedback I ever received from an individual was from my little sister. She was a little shy and she had been through something horrible on her own. I just wanted to listen. She said she was glad to see me because she wanted to tell me that I was a good person. I was so proud to have done something good and helped someone.