Rumble is a censorship-free video hosting platform where users can upload their short films or videos and create their own channels, just like on YouTube. They’ve recently received a spike of conservative content creators that left Twitter and Facebook, and recently received “Top G” Andrew Tate.
Now, I don’t really care about Rumble’s right-leaning user base.
They let anyone in whether you’re a Reaganite or a devout Marxist.
I’m more interested in their business model, which pays channels including the little guys from day one.
You can think of Rumble and YouTube as skyscrapers. YouTube is 20 floors up and celebrities are using helicopters to fly to the top while you can’t even use the elevator. You have to use the stairs, and even then, you might not make it because you’re a fat, out-of-shape piece of human waste. #Inspiration.
Rumble, on the other hand, is a 10-story building and everyone can take the elevator to the top. You don’t have to be a celebrity, you just have to create good content.
Rumble also doesn’t demonetize or censor content, so you don’t have to worry about that.