I actually see a lot of comments in Youtube. However, I have a simple question for you since it is important for me to know. Does anyone else see comments that only show up if you search for something specific? I know I can’t see everything since I only use the search bar to search, but I am curious to know how many other people are seeing these types of comments.
There is no easy answer to this question, but I can tell you that there are a lot of people who claim to see comments that show up for people who type “youtube” into the search bar. And yes, I am one of those people.
I have no way of knowing if those people are right, but I do know that it would be a big deal if there were thousands of people who were seeing this type of comment. You might see this type of comment in real life, but if you Google something like “What are the best movies of a certain decade?” you may be surprised to see these comments show up.
It would be a big deal because these comments would give people a way to see the real thoughts of the people who type into the search bar. They’d be able to see why people who type into the search bar are saying certain things. And it would be a way for them to interact with them about those things.
The problem with the comments I’ve seen on Youtube.com is that they are often not the real thoughts of the people who are commenting.
My friends and I have seen comments by some of the “cool kids.” They’re not really what they appear to be. I mean this is my friend and I, what are you going to do about this? But it’s a problem that is made worse because the people who are posting comments are mostly women. I find this really weird because I’m not a woman. I don’t think I would EVER type in a search bar and see a bunch of comments about cute little things.
We have a huge problem here. The people who visit youtube.com and comment are a very small percentage of the entire audience of the site. When your page is commented on, your page is only going to be shown to around 40% of the actual viewers of youtube.com. It is this small percentage of the audience we are talking about who are the ones who can really hurt your rankings.
Why would you assume that commenting on a video page is any different than commenting on a blog page? You would probably never see your comment at all on a blog page because the page is only going to be seen by someone who happens to be reading the blog at the time they visit the blog. At youtube, the comments are often seen by everyone.
Why would you assume that commenting on a video page is any different than commenting on a blog page? The page is only going to be seen by someone who happens to be reading the blog at the time they visit the blog. YouTube comments are also seen by everyone else, which again might not be a blog comment.
The reason why YouTube comments are always seen by everyone is because YouTube comments are, well, comments. They’re not posted in the comments section of the video. Instead they are posted as “subscriptions” to the video. The site also offers a “Sign in with YouTube” option, which is the same as signing into Google+ or Facebook, allowing you to comment and post videos from wherever you please.