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What Are the Best Conservative Social Media Platforms to Earn Money?

Because so many Conservatives need jobs or extra income to survive, now is an excellent time to explore ways to earn money on the internet. Fortunately, blogging is not the only way, so let’s look at other ways; new ways are developing in Conservative social media.

But they are so new that often they don’t pay enough to even pay for a cup of coffee. And so, this post serves to advise and caution you about what to expect.

We will update the information as new, important information comes out.

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Locals.com

Example celebrity, Tulsi Gabbard’s locals home page.

The method of earning with Locals.com is interesting. Local does the marketing to attract traffic, and you load your posts. If viewers like your stuff, they can buy a subscription that Locals share with you.

Recently, Rumble video-sharing bought Locals.com and did a smart thing. They put a big red next to their videos to link there. You and our team can only dream of the amount of traffic this drew.

So, do you think you can market your site yourself? Unless you are famous or a super talented webmaster, this is an excellent way to a recurring paycheck.

One catch! If you can’t present a website with excellent, consistent articles, videos, blogs, etc., you waste your time with Locals.com and your website because there is too much competition. If you still want to make a website for Conservative politics, visit here for advice on doing it.

Rumble.com

On the other hand, there is the mothership, Rumble video-sharing. While a platform with decent and growing traffic, it’s only a place to earn on your censored and viral video.

While you can get paid to publish their content on your blog or even just your comment, paying for that pizza will take longer. Instead, its commission scheme is for high-volume, regular video content provides.

However, Rumble’s traffic is rapidly rising, so keep an eye on it.

Rumble rents space on its cloud services to Truth Social.

In somewhat of a shock, Rumble video sharing made a deal with Trump’s Truth Social to share technologies. But, the real shock came when we realized that Rumble rents an entire cloud to it.

Rumble’s root cloud connects to an internet backbone. So supposedly, they can’t get de-hosted.

It means, in turn, that only Rumble could cancel Truth Social. It could if the Democratic Marxists bought Rumble, which is now a public company. Moreover, Truth Social is also a public company.

And so, the battle for world dominance may boil down to which ideological belief is willing to spend the most money for public media companies.

Types of User Accounts on Rumble

  • Publisher – For conservative blog owners tired of featuring Youtube videos only to have a blank video show up on their articles after Youtube cancels its video creator video. If that’s your case, it’s better to ask for a free Publisher account from Rumble and embed theirs instead.
  • Video Creator – For those who create their videos.

Heck, with some work, you might earn enough just watching videos and commenting on buying a cup of coffee over a year!

However, when you can consistently create videos that go viral. Then, you have a chance to make a living with Rumble. And, there are many other options with other companies.

T start by going off-script to keep the record straight because Rumbles doesn’t yet pay with crypto tokens. Instead, they transfer your commission to your Paypal account. I hope you don’t mind getting paid that way for now.

After Rumble, next, I’ll review crypto-tokens offered by the Brave Browser.

How do you get paid from Rumble?

Accumulate at least $50 in commission, and ask for a payout to your PayPal account; that is the only option. This payment option is only valuable for creating consistent viral video content.

My Experience as a Rumble “Publisher” trying to earn pizza money.

First Report on 6.9.2021 I start by signing up for Rumble’s Free Publisher Account to at least earn enough money to buy a monthly pizza. After 120 “plays” of their videos on my site, my actual earnings are $0!

Rumble only pays when a viewer clicks an ad on a video. While I get their financial point, this is going nowhere for me! It’s for famous people to create original content. Or people like me want to play conservative videos without fear of censorship.

Concerning my goal of earning “pizza money” on Rumble, it’ll need to wait.

The “Earning Page” of Rumble looks ready for business.

Almost immediately upon request, they gifted me with my own “Earning Page.”

Located under my profile picture in the upper right corner. Based on blind faith, I began removing my Youtube videos from my website and replacing them with Rumble videos.

Every once in a while, I’ll check in to see if the earnings kick in.

My two emails to Rumble Support

My views showed up on my “Earning Page,” but not how much I earned. Patiently, I waited, then thought, maybe they’re waiting for data.

After an email, I found out I wasn’t using the right embed option. Logic would tell us that the third option displaying “Monetized link” is the right one. It’s not!

There are three types of code to embed. The first two work, but not the last one. That’s the one that says “Monetized.” I know a little counter-intuitive!

After my second email inquiry with Rumble, one day later, they advised me by sending me to a customer support link where it read that my actual earnings data would catch up in about a month. Well, ok, at least I know.

Customer support at Rumble tells me they can’t speed up the process because that’s how long they need to wait for the data. That’s ok; I can wait. I only wanted to know if I needed to do anything more.

The Brave Browser and BAT coins

The Brave Browser is brave, forging ahead by paying users in crypto Basic Attention Tokens (BAT) coins to view ads. The idea worked ok when the value of these coins was skyrocketing. But, with BAT coin values more stable, the sparkle is gone.

How much can I earn in USD, and how to transfer it to my bank account?

However, figuring an average of four BATS per day for 300 days per year at today’s current price of about $.50 is about $600 per year. If the price, let’s say, doubled, that would be $1200 per year!

BATS are used to tip Brave content providers and make other online payments. Also, there is a minimum and maximum trading value. To cash out, you first need to use your wallet to transfer them to another alt-coin, like XRP, for example.

So, don’t give up! And use it to open up a crypto account with a wallet to experience the rage; sooner or later, you will be involved with cryptocurrency. Whether a private or government blockchain or both, I don’t know.

Be advised that I do not give financial advice because an intelligent person doesn’t need it, and a fool won’t listen.

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