First, we take our own time to react to motion pictures with remarks. As a result, support for amateur video. Given, proper netiquette to avoid wasting time being negative. Do leave positive feedback.
Support For Amateur Video Netiquette
To begin, the issue here is how and why to provide supportive remarks. Critical remarks are a separate rules. It follows, there is a cost. Accordingly, time has a monetary value. Also, our online image grows. More data costs more to review at least.
Next, directors make video that viewers like. And so, those are the videos users watch. Then, the more engagement a video has the more likely a user is to see a similar media. Another episode or installment.
In any event, positive feedback encourages engagement. Negative feedback discourages viewing. However, this is audience specific. So, feedback in general helps. Given, a certain level of quality. But, there are social implications.
A good remark is positive overall. After, posted people like it. Also, reply to it. And so, replies add more support. Politics of proper netiquette. We want to encourage a certain type of content. A genre we like. Alternatively, an online creator.
On the other hand, a negative remark discourages us from continuing. In fact, may tell us that directly. But, all content posted raises the rank of the resource in an algorithm. Furthermore, can’t let others bring us down. Again, people may deride us for political reasons.
Our vision belongs to us. We may need help getting there. Adjustments are made along the way. However, we may share a common goal. And so, not want to discourage. Only help. Leave good feedback. Awesome. Great. Can’t wait to see the video. Keep it up.
Post positive comments and like because it encourages more production of that type.