Evolution of YouTube - from Beginning to Now - in Pie Chart Form

Evolution of YouTube - from Beginning to Now - in Pie Chart Form

Greg N.
Description
This is a diagram of the evolution of YouTube, in the form of a pie chart. In 2005, YouTube was launched, and people were watching videos and learning things, and interacting with people, subscribing to people when watching videos, and posting comments on them, it was filled with pure entertainment, sociality, music, and games. During the Golden Age of YouTube, It was filled with awesome, and funny videos of people and things, even music videos from singers were made, including those of some of the best songs. Then later on, as it went on, funny viral videos were being made that got lots of views. Then in 2009, one person became the first to get a million views, and with that, made history, it's obvious who, and when that happened, more funny videos from people were being made, and they also got millions of views. In 2012, during its Post-Golden Age, a music video was uploaded, and got 292 million viewers, making it the most viewed video on YouTube. In 2013, YouTube started focusing more on games, and therefore, gaming videos were being made and uploaded, people made videos about games, but also, not only did gaming increase, so did advertising. Advertisements became so common and took over pretty much every video on YouTube, then later, when people made videos, they even started revealing their sexual orientations, which marked the Silver Age, and that was when YouTube started losing more quality, first thing to mess it up was Google+. For someone to upload a video, subscribe, or make comments, he/she had to sign in to Google+ and have an account, Google+ is big in a way, but it did not help YouTube get better, in fact, YouTube didn't even need Google+. "Coming out" was the next thing to significantly change it in a way it shouldn't really even be done, when people started revealing their sexual orientations (coming out), they themselves start changing by losing their entertainment value and doing crazy things. Then later, in late 2014, towards the end of its Bronze Age, the first M person leaves YouTube and moved on, causing a global outpour in sympathy for YouTube, therefore starting its Dark Age. YouTube has evolved significantly, from a site filled with entertainment, into a toxic, polluted, pointless site, people started coming out, reacting to things too much, make weird videos, including xxx videos very often, showing their areas for more viewers. Significantly, prostitution has developed, and it has nowadays become a common thing for YouTube, even the most original and biggest users are doing it for more views and money, and it has also become more of a business site these days. Also, other random unentertaining videos, like DIY edible objects are being made, and they show almost no effort, and get the least amount of viewers, and don't make nearly as much money as they want/should. This diagram of pie charts shows you how much YouTube has evolved over the years, from the first year, to the present, it has changed rather so quickly, and it's changed in a rather negative way, it's like when Miley Cyrus changed from Hannah Montana into the way she is now, and like when iconic Star Wars character, Anakin Skywalker, turned to the Dark Side and became Darth Vader. It's a growing crisis, and with what YouTube is going through these days, it's not bound to last much longer. Hope you appreciate what I made and hope it's not too much of an offense, yet I put a lot of work into this model, but realize that evolution can be a problem with life. #Chart #Circle #Pie_Chart #YouTube
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