Point taken, maybe "more worthwhile" would be a better way to frame that statement.Do you think that really would be easier?
Again, this is why the Wall Street Journal went after Youtube and his 57 million subscribers and how this whole mess started.Many of the independent journalists and commentators on Youtube have viewership rates exceeding mainstream network channels. Mainstream media is well aware of this, and we can expect fierce battles as they continue fighting for survival in the face of the threat.
1.) That's ominous, I'll have to keep my eye on the two videos that look like they've won appeal.Another update from my channel. The video that previously seemed to be restored after appeal is once again listed as "not suitable for all advertisers", and now a another of my most popular videos has been hit this morning. So, that's my top 3 performing (and earning) videos now in this state, with one appeal rejected and two pending.
Andy, there are certain words that can trigger the algorithm - anything that can even be remotely considered controversial or "disaster" related. In my case, it was words like "crash" and "accident" which I changed to things like "slides" and "spinouts".
Train channel:Andy...link your channel?