Has Your Video Content Become Stagnant On YouTube? Change it!
Sharing your content has never been easier than it is in today’s world. From social media to blogging to vlogging and everything in between there are few people left today who don’t have some form of web presence. In this post we review Rumble.com.
When I first started posting on Youtube about 2 years ago I wasn’t getting any views. Although I have to admit I wasn’t posting very often and my videos were pretty amateur. I learned how to monetize on Youtube and slowly started getting some views by promoting my videos on social media.
It was at about this same time, or as I like to call it “$0.14 worth of earnings on Google Adsense” that Youtube decided to change their policy which stated you needed to have at least 1000 subscribers and 4000 hours of total video watch time before you could monetize your content. Unfortunately for me, they didn’t grandfather accounts which already had monetization in place.
I have continued to post content on my original Youtube channel and have started two more YouTube channels even since then, full well knowing I would have to provide good content, build a following and start the potentially long road to growth on Youtube.
What Is Rumble.com?
Rumble.com is a video sharing platform which allows video content creators to upload their videos and share in ad revenue. There are no requirements for subscribers or overall view time making it possible to earn ad revenue very quickly. Rumble provides four different licensing options to give you greater control over your potential earnings. If you choose the Exclusive Video Management license option and your video gets approved Rumble takes care of the distribution.
What Are The Options For Video Distribution On Rumble.com?
- Exclusive Video Management License: Rumble takes care of the full distribution on Rumble.com, Rumbles YouTube channel and partnerships with sites such as MSN, AOL, Yahoo and many others.
- Video Management (Excluding YouTube): Same as above but they don’t promote your videos on their YouTube channel.
- Rumble Player License: Excludes YouTube and all of the 3rd party partner sites and only distributes on Rumble.com.
- Not For Sale: Rumble will only have license to show your video on the site but will not promote it. With this option you retain full control and full rights to your video.
How Does Rumble.com Payout?
Rumble pays out via Paypal or Payoneer. Once your account has reached $50 you can start the payout process. Rumble pays out 90% of the ad revenue received from your video and 60% if you choose the license option which allows them to distribute on YouTube.
In order to test Rumble.com, we uploaded a couple of videos in early March 2019. Our first video was approved on the evening of 3/18/19 and at the time of this writing (3/23/19), our video has earned an estimated $25.63 in ad revenue.
From the first video download through the end of April 2019 our total earnings on Rumble without uploading any additional videos came out to a total of $53.45. The thresh hold for payout is $50. Not too shabby for posting a few videos.
As video content creators this gives us an excellent avenue to share our content and the ability to monetize our content if we choose to so. We have the ability to upload videos we already have on YouTube and Rumble.com makes this process very easy.
As an added bonus Rumble.com also has a referral program which allows you to make a 5% share of the ad revenue for anyone you refer to the Rumble platform. This 5% comes from Rumble.com’s share of the revenue.
Sign up for your Rumble.com account and start uploading videos today: Rumble.com
Check out our first approved video: Massive Bison Completely Stops Traffic In Yellowstone.
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Comment below and let us know about your experience with Rumble.com or let us know if we can answer any questions.
Until next time, we’ll be seeing you… On The Road!