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Logan Paul criticizes YouTube for not sending out notifications

Paul suggests he's having a frustrating experience with YouTube.
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Logan Paul, the YouTuber with more than 20 million followers, has lashed out against the large online video platform, stating that working on the site is like “walking on eggshells” because of the difficulties that content creators face.

Despite being one of the most influential YouTubers with varied content that includes the publication of multiple videos throughout the week, his audience has allegedly been struggling to get alerted to his most recent videos.

After several subscribers notified him that they were not receiving notifications of Logan’s new videos, he attacked with a couple of Tweets.

Logan Paul said he is currently incredibly disappointed with the platform, stating that his effort to increase his popularity has been overshadowed because YouTube is not properly notifying users about his new videos, preventing him from having the visibility he thinks he deserves.

The YouTuber says that every time he tries to overcome challenges on the platform, it becomes an “uphill battle.”

Logan, however, does not seem to be able to do anything about this problem and YouTube has not responded to his requests for answers.

Logan Paul’s case is definitely not an isolated problem.

Many YouTubers have complained about YouTube not sending out notifications.

One of the users that reported the problem also shared a screenshot where he suggests that several YouTubers do not appear in his feed.

Despite the difficulties, Logan has continued to publish content regularly.

The inconvenience adds to a wide list of problems that the content creator has experienced on YouTube, which could result in an eventual migration to another site.

Logan Paul has already been seen getting involved in other projects outside of YouTube, such as the weekly podcast.

The YouTuber, even in the face of many issues with the platform, still manages to pull in at least a million views per video.

Smaller YouTubers on the platform are facing similar issues and don’t have the benefit of being a more prominent public figure to fall back on.

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