Conservative social media platforms need to grow rapidly! And, America’s middle class needs to re-purpose many “non-essential” workers. And, so why not enlist their efforts to join in the Infowars to save America.
As the global Marxist ban or de-monetizes Patriots from Big Tech platforms, conservative news must fight for exposure. And, earn money to pay their bills.
And so, here I highlight the best conservative social media platforms to accomplish this task. I hope you’ll find one that becomes your career or at least pays enough for an occasional pizza for you and your family.
And, for those who want to divide monthly contributions among a number of worthy conservative writers, this is an awesome idea!
Which are the best Conservative social media platforms that’ll pay for your content?
- Locals.com – let’s you sign up for your own page and share in it’s recurring monthly fees.
- Rumble.com – is a video-sharing service that pays creators for their content.
Locals is a membership site that allows content creators to post content (articles, podcasts, video, etc.) on their own internal page. Then viewers signup and use their credit cards to send recurring payments as donations. Donations are whatever the subscriber wants to pay!
A unique and practical way to earn money.
Rumble is a video-sharing service where advertisers pay Rumble which in turn shares revenues with content providers. Much the same as Youtube does with its content providers.
Rumble is the best video-sharing platform for those canceled from YouTube who wants to still monetize their videos.
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 own videos.
Heck, with some work, over a period of a year, you might earn enough just watching videos and commenting to buy a cup of coffee!
However, when you can consistently create your own videos that go viral. Then, you have a chance to make a living with Rumble. And, there are many other options with other companies.
To keep the record straight I start by going off script because Rumbles doesn’t yet pay with crypto tokens. Instead, they transfer your commission to your Paypal account. 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 you get paid from Rumble?
Accumulate at least $50, and ask for a payout to your PayPal account.
Besides, for those looking how to earn serious earnings to live on, I want to help you. Hint: the closer your relationship to those who actually collect money from clients, the higher your commission.
While not sure, I’m betting that only those who create consistent viral video content will earn anything but pizza money at Rumble.
I’ll soon tell you the payment rates and if I’m having success..
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. Sad to say, my actual earnings after 120 “plays” of their videos on my site are $0!
Apparently, 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 creating original content. Or, people like me that want to play conservative videos without fear of them being censored.
Concerning my goal of earning “pizza money” on Rumble, it’ll need to wait.
The intoxicating “Earning Page” of Rumble
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 email to Rumble Support
My views were showing 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. In fact, 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, 1 day later they advise me by sending me to a customer support link where it read that my actual earnings data will 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.