Definitely true from a ‘make money’ perspective. You’d know it better than anyone. The section of my brain that tries to understand why some people don’t mind wearing glasses doesn’t exist and is just a black hole. Some people don’t care.
From a ‘social media popstar’ perspective, like if you drew a supply/demand curve and the demand from people who didn’t know about EM was factored in, you’d find a gigantic humongous shortage of content. EM is great, but like you say people really appreciate a video talking about their experiences. When I made that first video, I kind of knew I would be (not bribed) shilling EM for a very long time if it actually restored my eyesight. I must really hate shortsightedness. I had the foresight to start the series before I even had changed the glasses I wear, just so people could see my actual thoughts (is it a scam?) on camera before I got started for that nice contrast.
I suppose it’s a little bit of the ‘change-the-world with an internet vlog’ millennial thing coming out in me, but I HATE glasses, can relate to others who do and the butterfly effect is strong with this topic. If my actions cause one person who hates glasses to ‘change their life’ then I’ll be pretty happy, let alone the potential for YouTube as a ‘change their life’ factory. So better to trade stocks for money, but for good karma I couldn’t find a better topic.