As I pointed out in my previous video, movie theaters throughout the United States will probably reopen in mid-July for the release of Christopher Nolan’s Tenet and Disney’s Mulan. Quite a few things have changed since then.
Last month I ordered the Big Ol’ Campfire Mug for $30 USD from Wild Bill’s Soda. At the time, they advertised that it could hold 60 ounces of liquid. That’s five 12-ounce cans of Wild Bill’s Soda. Or four ounces shy of a two-liter bottle of Diet Pepsi. When I got the Big Ol’ Campfire Mug, it didn’t look big enough to hold that much liquid.
I reached out to Wild Bill’s Soda on Facebook and Twitter for comment two weeks ago. They haven’t responded during that time. When I checked their website this week, the Big Ol’ Campfire Mug now holds 52 ounces of liquid. But that number wasn’t correct either.
How many ounces does the Big Ol’ Campfire Mug hold?
My YouTube channel is dying. Social Blade confirmed it (according to the Monthly Gained Video Views graph on my channel profile page). My channel peaked at 8,442 views in January 2020, fell to 3,394 views in February, slumped to 2,832 views in March, and slid to 2,632 views in April.
No doubt something else kept my audience preoccupied during that same time, say, looking for toilet paper in the middle of a pandemic.
Social Blade collects publicly available data about profiles from various social media platforms. For data that’s not publicly available, estimates and projections based fill in the missing gaps. Making Social Blade a one-stop website for critics and trolls — and the bane of content creators.
Those numbers — data, estimates and projections — don’t always tell the entire story when it comes to YouTube channels.