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nitinkhanna
nitinkhanna

@manton yeah, that alone has changed my experience profoundly!

2017-12-05 7:20 pm
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manton
manton

@nitinkhanna Interesting. I was just referring to no-ads.

2017-12-05 6:24 pm
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nitinkhanna
nitinkhanna

@manton are you referring to something other than it not showing ads? My brother seems to think a better algorithm works for you when you pay for Red.

2017-12-05 6:23 pm
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nitinkhanna
nitinkhanna

@canion I have a family Red subscription and I see no reason to go back!

2017-12-05 6:22 pm
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cdevroe
cdevroe

@manton @canion Over the last few years the amount I watch YouTube is very surprising. Far more than TV. For pleasure, learning, work. Worth subscribing.

2017-12-05 5:30 pm
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manton
manton

@cdevroe @canion When I subscribed to YouTube Red earlier this year it completely changed how I watch YouTube. It's a much better experience.

2017-12-05 4:14 pm
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cdevroe
cdevroe

@zorn I try to keep the perspective that the value I get out of YouTube far outweighs the amount of time I spend watching or skipping ads. Though, the amount I'm seeing right now strains that.

2017-12-05 3:39 pm
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cdevroe
cdevroe

@canion That could be. With the amount that I use YouTube every single day I am thinking a subscription is inevitable.

2017-12-05 3:38 pm
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zorn
zorn

@cdevroe When I made money on mobile ads, there was a huge boost of spending in December and then a huge drop off in January. So, sounds expected -- though annoying.

2017-12-05 3:37 pm
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canion
canion

@cdevroe Maybe they want to sell more YouTube Red subscriptions?

2017-12-05 3:00 pm
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cdevroe
cdevroe

YouTube has ratcheted up the ads. I see one on every video now, many unskippable. Perhaps it is the time of year?

2017-12-05 2:52 pm
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