YouTube Poop Wiki
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YouTube is the place where nearly all YouTube Poops are uploaded, hence the name. Although it seems friendly, it has a darker side, which was created when Google bought YouTube, and when companies like Viacom, Warner Music Group (WMG), and Colgate began taking our stuff down. The website is also controversial for other reasons (such as YouTube 2.0, demonetization), but we’re stuck here.

What They Can Give You

An_ode_to_a_nice_woman_I_like_(I_really_like_her_a_lot!)

An ode to a nice woman I like (I really like her a lot!)

Cringeiest Video ever

Basically, space to upload your creative movies (in this case, YouTube Poop). Well, until a major company (like Colgate or Viacom) comes around, claims copyright, and then deletes it. Others might merely mute the sound, ruining the experience (like WMG, who does this when they realize that a video contains some of their audio). There's always Dailymotion... and You's learning of YouTube Poop by Olimar.

It gets even worse (or good for some)

The company has favored more on corporations, such as Viacom Inc., etc. and it is shown by their new monetization guidelines: creators must now accrue 4,000 hours of watch time over the course of 12 months (166.7 days to complete) and reach 1,000 subscribers to join YouTube’s Partner Program and qualify for monetization. This is a big issue for many small creators, since this will lessen their chance to get noticed by millions. Many people had expressed their concern, stating that it is clear that YouTube doesn’t care for smaller creators anymore.[1] Some people had expressed support for this, including Killer Keemstar, PewDiePie, etc. Killer Keemstar claimed that doing this would lessen the chances of illegal reuploads of videos, as these illegal reuploads won’t stop appearing. They’re monetized too, making it hard for the original upload to earn more money.

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