I hope that you are enjoying this hot summer! It's not as hot as last summer but it's still pretty hot!
I have been reflecting a bit, ok dwelling a bit, on negative feedback. Specifically I have been thinking about the thumbs down on YouTube.
I have put up a few videos on YouTube to share with other quilters and help answer questions I get a lot. I haven't put up any recently, for various reasons; but, today I was looking at my videos and I noticed negative reviews or thumbs down on some of the videos.
In other words - it's not constructive LOL! The comment feedback I received is all good so what compelled these 8 people to click the thumbs down button? It just makes me wonder.
I've used the thumbs down button. I am a Zumba instructor and I have used the thumbs down button when people post our exclusive choreography, that we pay for, for others to take. When people are hateful, or just plain mean. So, I do use it.
I am just a bit of a dweller - ok a lot of a dweller - so I find myself wondering if my other ideas are good enough to make a video or if they will get more thumbs down. Silly I am sure; but, that's the way that my brain works!
So, here's my question, to those of you who use the thumbs down button on YouTube, why do you click the thumbs down icon?
Want to check out my YouTube videos? Here ya go!