), athletes across all major sports (Steph Curry, Tom Brady, Conor McGregor, Neymar, etc. ), celebrity chefs (Gordon Ramsay), all the Kardashian-Jenner women, and even a couple of first ladies (Michelle Obama and Melania Trump).
Although it’s tempting to accept just about every offer you see, especially if you could stand to earn far more than your usual endorsement, it’s always a good idea to check the type of product you’re being asked to promote. Endorsing sportswear, lingerie (yes, even for male Citizens), breakfast cereals, snack foods, noodles, and other every day, oftentimes trendy products usually result in a green Response bar, which is where you want to be if you want to see significantly more followers per year.
A red or orange Friendliness meter may leave you with no choice but to get down and dirty and Scuffle with them, or possibly insult them in person like they did to you on the internet. Otherwise, you can choose to take the high road and befriend the troll, or if you want to take a chance on an unlikely love story, you could even ask them to go on a date with you.
What you’ll want to do, in that case, would be to Block them, thus erasing them from your online life forever, though you can always expect for more trolls to come along as long as you’re on social media. Apologizing is the best option if you were in the wrong (i.e. you really did troll somebody), but you can choose Act Confused or Claim a Misunderstanding for those mystery suspensions.
Additionally, it is also possible for your social media accounts to get hacked, resulting in abusive behavior that doesn’t come from your end, or perhaps some adult videos suddenly appearing on your feed. Sadly, the best thing to do is simply to rebuild that fan base, as none of the three choices will magically result in those lost fans coming back to the fold.
To recall, Billie is a life simulator video game that is based on text format and offers players to live their virtual life which can be progressed slowly and steadily to make a person better from birth to death. One of the generous reasons is when you upload any adult content, this definitely leads to break the rules or terms and conditions of Billie gameplay.
Even if you have made fun of someone or shares an inappropriate video, image, or tweet, the result will be the same. Meanwhile, when someone reports you regarding rude behavior or something inappropriate that must be crossing the guidelines, get ready to receive a suspension notice.
However, it could also happen knowingly or unknowingly that you haven’t done anything wrong but your social media account gets suspended for no reason. While posting any challenge video on TikTok, sharing any vlog on Twitter can also be one of the reasons for the suspension.
Don’t get panic and have some patience before trying to get back your suspended social media account by submitting or appealing in multiple ways. Just be calm and polite to write an appeal in a gentle manner claiming a misunderstanding or apologizing to them or acted confuse can bring back your account up to some extent.
Make sure to keep maintain your work and steadily build up your followers back on track again which will going to help you a lot. Hope you’re now aware of what to do and how to do to either keep safe or get back your social media account in the Billie game.
It’s not uncommon to cause trouble on a social media page, and in Billie, it can lead to your account being suspended. The reason your Billie character receives a suspension on their social media account varies.
You may make fun of someone or post an inappropriate video or tweet that doesn’t meet the website’s guidelines. Shortly after the inappropriate post or rude behavior to the other individual, the game notifies you a suspension is happening, and you won’t be able to use your social media account.did platform.
Unfortunately, there’s little you can do to prevent it because when the suspension happens, you can only do one thing from there, and that’s to appeal to the people who own the social media platform. It’s an aggressive, and overly rude option that continues to make your character look bad, further proving you don’t deserve to have that social media account returned.
If you can patiently submit appeals and steadily build up your followers, you can prosper on social media in Billie. In recent days, many people have been reporting that their channels have been terminated without showing any reason or cause from the YouTube /google authority.
In some 1% rare cases it is just a misunderstanding, because YouTube depends on a report-based system to detect such violations. Suppose your channel was pretty fine, no copyright or community strikes.
Then one day you wake up to find that your YouTube channel/account is completely gone while you didn’t receive any emails stating the reason of termination. Like we said earlier, YouTube authority may choose to NOT show or state the reason of termination, if they believe that you already know it.
Metadata of a video consists of four parts: title, description, tags and thumbnail. If the title doesn’t properly represent the video, it was designed only to game YouTube ’s search algorithm, i.e. only to increase views artificially, then surely it is a violation of community guidelines, because the primary purpose of such doing was to introduce/present a wrong video to YouTube ’s viewers’ community.
Some people put repetitive texts in the description of their video, like repeating the same word or sentence. Putting the tags in the description box also helps to increase views artificially, that’s why this practice is forbidden by community guidelines.
A thumbnail that does not properly represent the video, or one that is sexually explicit or provocative and it was chosen only to artificially increase views, will surely be considered ‘misleading’ by YouTube authority. They may choose not only to remove the thumbnail, but the whole video as well and place a ‘community strike’ on your channel, or simply to suspend it.
Previously (even a few months ago) this sort of deceptive practices were allowed to some extent by YouTube authority, but lately they do not afford it anymore. Being pressurized by the advertisers, lately YouTube has lowered down the standard for percentage ratio of reports.
That means, (for example) if a video/channel gets 1% bad report, YouTube ’s artificial intelligence takes this into account and removes the video or terminates the channel, whereas previously this ratio was 3%, may be even 5%. YouTubers who adopted this sort of deceptive practices, may remain undetected until they start getting a lot of views.
But once they start getting a lot of views, the number of reports on their videos/channel increases exponentially, thus getting their dear channel near extinction (termination). There are many YouTube users who like to post bad and hateful comments on others’ videos.
Remember that each and every of these comments can be marked ‘spam’ or ‘abusive’, it solely depends on the video owner. Other reasons that may lead your YouTube account to termination Another point is that you should not upload a video to extort, harass or blackmail someone.
It’s not okay to post violent or gory content that’s primarily intended to be shocking, sensational, or disrespectful. If posting graphic content in a news or documentary context, please be mindful to provide enough information to help people understand what’s going on in the video.
So when posting a sensitive content on YouTube, do not forget to describe its primary purpose/view. Before uploading a video, reconsider if it is going to be found useful or entertaining by at least some people, otherwise it may be considered a spam.
That’s why someone’s wedding or birthday party video shouldn’t be uploaded on YouTube, if it is simply ‘boring’, ‘ordinary’ and not exceptional in any way. But if you violate these guidelines in almost each and every video on your channel, then YouTube has every right to permanently terminate your channel/ YouTube account, because you know the rule of thumb: your channel gets three consecutive strikes of any sort, it is gone forever.