I surely wish they would...
spam content is not worth it and ultimately I wouldn't miss it at all...
I have a vast library of actual books I enjoy not counting ebooks but 3 walls 15 feet high on each of books
so I'm always enjoying truly spam free entertainment.
if a site has to rely on spam to stay afloat, then it deserves to go offline. When we started websites in the 90's we did it to enjoy it for what it was, to put our own content out there cause we wanted to share and enjoy the creation of it and the coding even if our html skills sucked (see geocities, tripod, aol, etc)
but nowdays people don't really care about content, it's all about a set formula for vids all the lets play vids all follow same exact formula of "rage for while, crack jokes for while, rage a while, laugh a while, etc) or all the hundreds of "science" channels popped up to show "9v battery hacks, etc" all have 1 thing in common... spam.
there is no real content anymore, it's all copycat content for the sole purpose of monetize it and spam it out there to get hits and make money, it's no longer about what you enjoy it's about spam.
when the internet content became more about spam and less about content that's when I turned to piracy, and adblocking 100%