Please read it
BTS released their newest MV Blood, Sweat, Tears recently and people were saying how they had 'Bigbang' as a tag in the MV. And they started doubting their views saying how "their views were fake" since they were using Bigbang. This is a rebuttal post from the Armys.
The original post uploaded on PANN was called "They used Bigbang for their views" and that's how people started to doubt BTS. (T/N: the other post has around 34K views (3x more views than this post) but basically everyone in the comment section is shielding BTS saying that other artists do that too. For example, how Gfriend tags Twice and Red Velvet, etc..)
Here's the proof that they did not use Bigbang for their views.
Don't begin to ask irrelevant questions. Those are something you have to bring up to Bighit.
T/N: gonna paraphrase most of it ><
People were saying how Bighit included 'Bigbang' in their tags for BTS' teasers and MVs.
And then people started staying how BTS is "using Bigbang". If you search for it, you won't see it as a normal YT viewed. You need to download an app called "Tags for YT" and install it on your Chrome.
And if you see the tags? The picture on the left are the tags they used for their MV (no Bigbang)
According to YT, you would use # in your title or description so it makes it easier for people to find trending topics. As for tags, you can use it to classify your content .
So can tags increase your YT views?
1. I tested it out by tagging "BTS is the best, I love you, BTS jjang"
2. I searched up my tag as the way I wrote it and found my video
3. I # my tag and couldn't find my video so # =/= YT tag
4. Furthermore, unless you're not the uploader, whether you search the tag or you search it with #, you won't find the video. (T/N: OP is basically trying to prove that unless you're Bighit, you won't magically end up on BTS' video if you search Bigbang)
This is not even an issue that would have been made by BTS or their fans but by Bighit's video managers
original post: here