Free video sharing alternative
Rumble is a free social application developed by Rumble, Inc. Like the popular video-sharing site, YouTube, it provides a platform for those who like to upload and stream videos. Aside from giving you an avenue to share your viral videos, it also allows users to monetize the videos they upload. In fact, this app offers an easier way to turn videos into cash compared to the popular video site.
Get easy money
Rumble works just like YouTube or Vimeo. You can stream any video uploaded to the site and vote for them if you like what you see. You can also subscribe to a channel for you to get notifications for new content. If you are a vlogger or a video creator, you can upload your videos to the app and hope that it will get millions of views. Unlike Youtube, however, you don’t need thousands of subscribers or total video watch time to get paid for the videos you upload.
The app offers four ways to monetize your videos, and all of them turn your videos into cash without needing to count video watch time. You can share the ad revenue of the video with the app and get a portion of the earnings, or you can sell your videos to the site and earn up to $1000. Moreover, you can grant the site non-exclusive rights to your video and make $500. This allows them to use your videos, but you still own them.
Lastly, you can tag them as not for sale—meaning the app will allow you to post the video on their site but not promote it. Of course, that doesn't mean that you can monetize your videos right away. The app will have to approve your video before offering you the above-mentioned options. To be approved, your content must have original content, a good title, and a good description. It also needs to be a high-quality video and not something you just put together one afternoon.
Made for video creators
Rumble provides video creators with an excellent avenue to turn their hobbies into a career. With its license distribution options, it is easy to monetize your creation if you choose to do so. However, if you are more into video-streaming, it is a bit subpar when compared to other video-sharing apps. The navigation is a bit difficult, and the app seems to drain your battery faster.