I'm off most social media these days, mostly because I feel the bad sides of it out weigh the things I enjoy.
In order to post videos to this blog I tend to upload them to YouTube rather than save them locally then upload. Lazy on my behalf but what can you do? By putting them on YouTube it makes them publicly available and some get quite a few views.
What interests me is the amount of likes some of the videos get, or more specifically the amount of dislikes. The highest views i've had for one of my videos is approximately 2.5k, but the ones that seem to get the most traction sit at around the 1k mark. I generally get 80% likes ratio which on the face of it sounds good, but when I really think about it, it's pretty shit. Not many of my friends (who know I have a blog) actually bother clicking on the videos anyway as I can see quite a few only have 1 or two views or on some even 0. Ignoring that, my point is who would actually bother moving their mouse to the dislike button? 95% of my videos are about my dog or my children. Fair enough, you might not be interested in my dog or my children but to actively make the effort to dislike it??? I think there's something wrong with you. I'm glad I don't use social media and i'm glad i'm not you