No one ever likes getting dislikes on a Youtube video they posted, as it means they think the video is bad, which is normally true, but could it mean something good also?Now, before we get started here, if your video has TONS of dislikes that outweigh the likes, this might not apply to you. So on Youtube, you post videos for people to watch, which they might then like or dislike. Everyone says "OH, I GOT A DISLIKE, I SUCK AT MAKING VIDEOS!", wait a minute, you probably don't. Why? Because having a dislike on your video, means someone NOTICED it, and then watched it. Now sure, they disliked it, which means they don't like it, but it means that people are finding your videos and your channel and watching the videos. As a Youtuber I watch, Star_, said, "When I first got a dislike on one of my videos, I knew that meant people are watching them, and having an input on them.".So unless you only have dislikes on your video, think about the dislikes as a way of showing that people are noticing you and what you do, and not that you should give up.Thanks for reading.