Facebook Doesn’t Need to do a Social Experiment to Find Out People Dislike Negativity

Take Uberhaxornova for instance. He has garnered millions of views and has become another Minecraft millionaire on Youtube exclusively through advertisement dollars. His style is to act goofy with a sense of purpose. You can tell that he knows what he’s doing, and is very smart, but puts on a character facade for the fans to look like a dolt.

He pushes the issue with with his antics and it shows up as evidence on his subscriptions records how the fans feel about him. Recently, he had a meltdown with his buddy Aleks, that seemed funny, but very hurtful for Aleks. Personally, I thought it was funny, but in bad taste.

You may recall the hot dog incident with Aleks that happened a few months ago. I thought Aleks was going to leave, but stayed. I suspect that they went into an agreement where Nova would pay Aleks extra money as a form of compensation for the abrasiveness that Nova rubs on people.

Here is a link to the meltdown video:

I suspect that they don’t get advertising dollars for all the swearing they do. Whenever I have said a swear word, I lose monetization for that video. Unless, they check off the 18+ option, then maybe they have to accept lower ad dollars or something, I’m not sure. Or maybe the 18+ just reduces who can see the video, it’s hard to say.

On the Day that Nova had his “meltdown” and posted the video, you can see his subscription rate drop:

Here is how I lost a subscriber: http://youtu.be/1DZv0bV3h1U


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