Frequently Asked Questions
Considering that dislike is a ranking signal and a quite unpleasant sight on YouTube, you may want to buy dislikes to discourage potential viewers and disrupt rankings of your competitors.
Yes, you may want to do that as if you bought YouTube likes beforehand, which may create an unnatural view on your channel. There's no video on the internet without at least a handful of dislikes.
If you are buying the dislikes to balance your engagement ratio, then 10% is probably good to go. That means, for every nine likes you have, you should get a dislike. However, if you're purchasing it for your competitors' videos, you may want to go nuts with it to the point where you make the video unwatchable in terms of the first glance.
If you have many likes and dislikes, it shows that your video is interacted more and YouTube shows the video more on the recommended section.
YouTube can remove dislikes if it suspects any organized major dislike operation. That is why it is best to be reasonable when buying dislikes.
Yes. If a video gets too many dislikes, YouTube sees it as a sign that video is not performing well. As a result, it reduces its recommendation.
The most disliked video is 'YouTube Rewind 2018: Everyone Controls Rewind' with 19 million dislikes as of today.
As you can't see who likes your videos, you cannot see who dislikes your videos either.