Yet, some how YouTube has overcome these hurdles time and time again. Building trust in their name until most recently when a glitch began taking away sub counts from a large amount of creators. Which at first began with a low number of members till affecting the most watched video channels. Creating backlash that even forced YouTube's most popular name PewDiePie to speak out against the problem.
Currently, it seems as if the ongoing issues have cooled down. Which is surprising considering just a week ago YouTube's infamous sub glitch had returned with a vengeance. Giving rise to a viral live stream that showed channels losing thousands of subs by the second in real time. Which included the most popular YouTuber PewDiePie who addressed the moment as The End Of YouTube As We Know It.
So far, so lame but one things for certain and it's all about gaining new users. Which could affect the platforms growth in the near future. Because when the day comes that people see it pointless to join because of ongoing interference. Thus, begins the downward spiral of this video platform. Which could also be why there seems to be some odd ball transition in play. I mean, it's like everything is trying to be the next TV or Netflix these days.
Written by Antonio Westley
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