Violet Evergarden was an actually good anime, and not hipster memers' choice like Yuru Camp or Yorimoi. That's why it still gets talked about.
Just take a look at this: http://aots.moe/
The fanbase consists of bunch of underage memelords and /v/ermins who hate KyoAni. They might not even enjoy the show, they just pretend to like it to hate on VEG.
I don't hate Yuru Camp. It's alright, but it's nothing compared to Violet Evergarden. Even Slow Start was a better show. I'm comparing a literal infomercial with no animation to an award-winning novel adaptation with beautiful visuals here.
I do hate Yorimoi, though. There were legitimate criticisms against that show, but the fans chose to report it.
There are also some real Crunchyroll shills on the internet:http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-1009327/anime-co-producedproduced-by-crunchyroll
Both Yuru Camp and Yorimoi got undeserved praise, because Crunchyroll co-produced them. Remember when critics were applauding Net-juu no Susume, and calling it one of the greatest love stories in anime history? Why? That's right; because Crunchyroll paid them to do so. They're doing the same thing with Yorimoi, calling it the best moe anime of all time (when it's not even moe). The critics are also known to be sponsored by Kadokawa (the owner of Book Walker, which you'll often see in anime YouTubers' videos), another producer of Yorimoi. This double sponsorship prompted them to shill Yorimoi as hard as possible.>inb4 reddit spacing