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  • YouTube Creators Discover Content Ratings, Including P-score


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    THE REPORT ITSELF - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1...gNKYrPzcw/edit




    LIST OF YOUTUBERS BY P-SCORE: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...RMs/edit#gid=0




    https://ffwd.medium.com/creators-thi...m-ce64c95a4510




    https://www.tubefilter.com/2019/10/3...cides-p-score/




     




















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    P-Scores refer to an internal rating given by Google to channels to rate them based on five metrics according to a video that they released on April 10th, 2019. These metrics are all combined to, “surface among the most popular channels on YouTube.”




    The five metrics are popularity, platform, passion, protection, production.






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    Video ratings seem to be extremely important not only to an individual videos’ success, but to overall channel success. If your video is marked as a higher-rated video, it appears to have many negative implications. With this, we’ve just confirmed something that YouTube has been extremely secretive about for a very long time: the rating system for videos on their platform.






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    There are six known categories of age ratings for videos. For each of these, we’ve attempted to try and link which types of content would most likely fit into them.
    • Rated Y: Super safe content. Good for literally anyone, it seems.
    • Rated G: Some of the safest content on YouTube. Extremely family-friendly, no issues with guidelines, likely will get high CPMs and make your P-Score more relevant due to a boost in the ‘Protection’ category.
    • Rated PG: Safe content on YouTube. Family friendly for the most part, the occasional guidelines issue might arise, will get great CPMs, and will boost P-Scores due to a boost in the ‘Protection’ category.
    • Rated Teen: Teetering the edge of safe and not-safe. Sometimes family friendly, most of the time is deemed ‘not family friendly.’ Will usually get a decent CPM unless guidelines issues limits ads on the video.
    • Rated Mature: Generally deemed not safe. Almost never family friendly, if so, probably by error. Will get lower CPMs if monetized due to limited ad status.
    • Rated X: Never safe. Never monetized, age restricted by default, and deemed problematic altogether.




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    Throughout our research, we kept noticing several references throughout nearly every video rated ‘teen’ or above that would be labeled as a ‘throttle.’ To us, these are deeply concerning, highly problematic pieces of code that could potentially be ruining peoples’ channels.






     



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