It's very centered around vlogging, thumbnails, and things that, I think, are easy outs. I disagree with the idea of putting up videos where you have a flashy thumbnail -- it's almost like you're putting up a crazy article, like the National Enquirer, where you're putting crazy things on the cover because you want people to read something, even if it's not necessarily true. On top of that, it's become such a quantity-over-quality platform, where it's very hard for someone like me to profit.
Tatro: I want to make high-quality sketches, and as I've grown as a creator, I don't want to step back and shoot these videos that I used to shoot for zero dollars on a flip camera or an iPhone. I want to keep moving forward. Unfortunately, that costs more money, which has made it harder to run a profitable business on YouTube.