Conservative video-sharing platforms are booming! Because Patriot video creators are getting their videos canceled for political reasons. For this reason, they are moving their business to the welcoming arms of conservative entrepreneurs building conservative alternatives.
Video-sharing platforms online hubs where video creators upload their videos for the sake of a bigger audience. In compensation, the platforms share advertising revenue.
These entrepreneurs have invented new types of business relations to reward video creators, publishers, and commentators. And, viewership traffic keeps growing!
You’ll find the most popular conservative video shows, like Dan Bongino, The War Room with Steve Bannon, etc. posted on most all of them. Therefore, you really can ditch YouTube, at least for political videos.
List of the best conservative video sharing platforms:
- Rumble – has been around for a number of years and was in perfect position to quickly gain millions of new users when Big Tech censorship became too obvious to ignore. It’s a conservative haven for free speech while offering novel ways content creators and publishers can earn money.
- Gab TV
Chris Pavlovski is Rumble’s founder and chief executive. it’s a full-service video platform that connects creators to publishers and advertisers.
Interestingly, it helps those with blogs earn money by just by placing their videos on their site. But, to earn even “pizza money” publisher need an awful lot of traffic!
Nevertheless, with a free speech guided video-sharing platform featuring a bevy of new ways to reward video content creators, publishers, and even users. Therefore, based on their degree of success in such a shot time, there can no longer be any doubt that Rumble has found an unfulfilled “sweet spot” in a huge conservative-based global business!
Let me conclude by saying, the all too like-minded people on Rumble make me wish there were a few thoroughly “rude” Marxists leaving comments. So I can pick on them, like the good old days of 2016.
Watch-Worth Political Celebrities on Rumble
There is no doubt that big-name celebrities drive video-sharing traffic. So far, Rumble is off to the races! And, celebrities attract other celebrities.
In addition, Rumble works well, but pays only via PayPal, with no mention of cryptocurrency.
Dan Bongino on Rumble
Dan Bongino is a minority owner in Rumble and has his own popular channel on it. In addition, he has a YouTube channel, Radio Talk Show, Podcast, anchors a show on Fox, and a popular website. Next, he may run for president! Just kidding!
The Truth About Earning Money on Rumble
Can’t blame Rumble, but if your not a viral video content creator or have a hot conservative blog site, you won’t even earn pizza money. But the times are changing!
Rumble is the place for you if you get cancel by Youtube! If not, support the cause and watch political videos and leave comments anyways. It’ll be some years before us regular people can even earn pizza money on Rumble.
What are Rumble’s account types?
Free Account – You can upload and monetize videos on Rumble. Much like YouTube, they pay only if a viewer clicks on an ad.
Publisher Account – You can also monetize your videos when embedded in your website. Great, if you have tons of traffic.
Business – A more expensive premium option, where you can host your own videos instead of having Rumble host them. A Rumble Business user then has much more control over their content.
Payment by Rumble is easy!
Anytime your Earned Balance is more than $50, you can request the funds transferred to your Paypal account. Watch the video below for information on how this works.
Where is the Rumble Earning Page?
You can earn money as a Creator, Publisher, or Commenter! To keep track, each participant has their own Earning Page which shows how well they’re doing. Just know that unless some of your videos go viral, it’s tough to earn much.
You’ll find it by clicking on your User Profile picture in the upper right hand corner once logged in.
Recently, Tik Tok has swept the video world with its new short, repeating format. And Odysee doesn’t require a phone number or email address to subscribe. But, they are comprised mostly of silly videos, so unsuitable for serious conservative political commentary. Or, are they the future?