Make a system on YouTube to separate Large/Small Companies and Individual Creators.

Make a system on YouTube to separate Large/Small Companies and Individual Creators.

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Sign this Petition to raise your voice to reach YouTube and ask them to create a separate System, Algorithms, Plans and Achievements (YouTube Play Button and all) for Companies/Corporations/group of people more than a limit (like 50 or so) and Individual Creators (having fewer people than the limit).

 

YouTube always had many types of people who upload videos on YouTube. But, there was only one way to measure their success and reputation, i.e Number of Subscribers.

Why is this wrong?

  • It destroys Hope, Encouragement, Inspiration of small Individual Creator.
  • Soon, only Corporations will be left on YouTube. And Individuals will slowly diminish.
  • And we all know that it's never fair if Sub-count of a Company passes that of a Single Person.

But there is one way to solve this problem. Implementing the rules stated above would change the whole way of understanding it.

I am taking an example to explain this...

Take PewDiePie as an Individual Creator and T-Series as a Corporation.

Now, we all know why T-Series should not pass PewDiePie. But think of this if the above rules are applied. This whole competition won't make any sense because now we have a completely different perspective of measuring them.

It's like the case of YouTube Music. Sub-count of YouTube Music is already greater than that of PewDiePie, but still, we name PewDiePie as the number one Channel, and not YouTube Music.

Same will be applied to T-Series. Now, Even if T-Series passes PewDiePie, PewDiePie will still be the number one most subscribed Individual Creator and T-Series will be the most subscribed Group Creator.

Advantages of this rule:

  • There will be infinite room for both types of creators.
  • Unfair Competition would never happen again
  • People can still be motivated to become successful YouTubers.

 

Note: The exact set of rules aren't supposed to be made by me. It's YouTube's job.

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