Originally Posted by MystroX5
So many of these “reviewers” are like they showed up to the dealership and asked if they could have any car keys for 1 hour in exchange for a plug in their review. Its so sad because its like the only qualification to review a car these days is they somehow got the car keys from someone and have a phone camera.
It’s easy to spot. YouTubers show up by the dozen, and they all get some time to “review” the car. Mobile phone, or a buddy with a DSLR will all film at some cute “artsy” angles and ramble off stats. They will all release their little videos at the same time, all with the same car, at the same dealership, with the same background.
Just remember we’re not the target audience though: it’s likely teenagers watching YouTube out of boredom, wanting to see “cool car videos”.
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