Should viewer comments be allowed for company sponsored YouTube videos?
sspade 1 year ago
There are some changes coming to YouTube that should cut down on the extremely offensive comments that often show up on YouTube. I’m not certain of the particulars, but it apparently will allow uploaders to manage comments and restrict who can view them much like a FaceBook or Google+. It ties YouTube to Google+, in fact. I’ve found it to be a huge pain in the past when comments were allowed on company videos (usually informational or promotional). It required ongoing monitoring over an extended period of time. But of course, the positive side of it is the increased social media interaction with existing and potential customers. Which way would you go on the decision to allow/not allow viewer comments.
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