gollygeewillikers, 10 Aug 2018Anyone else surprised to see Yahoo up there? Who still uses Yahoo? Weird. Good for them I guess.Yahoo has a billion email accounts, all of which got hacked! I had to change all my passwords.
Yahoo also has excellent News, Finance and Weather websites as well as Yahoo Answers, although lately I have been spending more time on Quora.
matt99, 09 Aug 2018How the flippty floppty floo is YouTube a social network?I would upvote you if I had an account on this website.
Anyone else surprised to see Yahoo up there? Who still uses Yahoo? Weird. Good for them I guess.
matt99, 09 Aug 2018How the flippty floppty floo is YouTube a social network?I wanna know too
Biggest social network but without a proper way to communicate with each other inside the platform.
Youtube had this before google removed this! They are sneaking in a new similar function under beta...but come on.
Your whole conversation should not be inside the comment section or on email..
Kiyasuriin, 09 Aug 2018Vocal ads? Like spotify?They'd need to create an entirely different category of ads for it. Since the 2 distinct categories of ads will be non-overlapping in terms of optimal placement, they'd end up showing less ads, even if the overall ad pool grows considerably.
Anonymous, 09 Aug 2018that's because the nature of Filipino people are nice to other natives and not their own flesh... moreAbsolutely. Sad reality on our Filipino society...
Even Twitter, they love to bash artists instead of respecting it.
Ever heard the disrespectful girl and that Korean artist?
Sigh... Tsk tsk.
Moving on, YouTube is heating up with their freaking ads like Facebook. Please stop this or I'll uninstall it for sure as these ads keep on annoying my sight.
Anonymous, 09 Aug 2018Because they can't show you ads while the screen is offVocal ads? Like spotify?
Geric.770, 09 Aug 2018While YouTube is rising yes, it still has issues like Facebook was facing today: Political war... morethat's because the nature of Filipino people are nice to other natives and not their own flesh and blood, they praise other leaders without checking the wrong-doings those leader has done, but hate their own leader instead of helping even in small ways, how can a country improve when its own people are fighting each other? those are just small things that can change the future but we fail to communicate and make that future blur
While YouTube is rising yes, it still has issues like Facebook was facing today: Political war.
Take Philippines for example. Look at all Duterte videos promoting on his projects, but what I always see on comments section is more on hate rather than just respect it. Sure, he's not the type of president everyone wants, but we must respect each other in order for us to have a healthy community on social media.... Sigh.
Anonymous, 09 Aug 2018well for one, GSMArena itself has a lot of toxic users just like those platforms you mentioned... moreTry browsing through a few comment sections on YouTube. Political ones for instance. But, don't tell me I didn't warn you. It's not the same ball park. Not even the same sport. You won't get ten lines between the openly racist comments or even outright death threats.
Duck of death, 09 Aug 2018Not sure if it's something worth cheering. Google has the same business strategy as Facebook. ... morewell for one, GSMArena itself has a lot of toxic users just like those platforms you mentioned, right? :3
Luxor, 09 Aug 2018Facebook is losing. Kudos Youtube. Not sure if it's something worth cheering. Google has the same business strategy as Facebook. Build a social profile off everything you do with all of your devices and sell that as targeted exposure to anyone willing to pay for it. YouTube comments are as toxic and divisive as any public Facebook page and Google does the bare minimum to weed out fake VPN users even though Google most likely has the most accurate account of who's actually using any IP address anywhere in the world.