Rumble Launches Video Embeds for Reddit with No Ads

Mario

Creator Support Team
Staff member
#1
Hello Rumblers,

Yesterday Rumble proudly announced that we are launching direct video embeds for Reddit.com through Embedly. Additionally, Rumble will provide a superior viewing experience for the Reddit community by disabling all advertisements on the Reddit embeds.

“We put a lot of emphasis on user experience, so performance is very important to us. We optimize everything from the player being rendered in the browser to the infrastructure delivering it to the user” states the CTO, Wojtek Hlibowicki. “Our player is usable even before everything is fully loaded. For instance, our user interface loads separately and seamlessly hooks into the player. In the end, the Rumble player appears to be loaded as if it was part of the content on the page.”

Right away, not only can you can use Embedly to easily embed Rumble videos on your site, but you can also share your Rumble video links directly on Reddit and the video will play within the Reddit website. Through Embedly, this also enables direct embeds on other websites such as Medium.com and many more.

With Rumble’s increasingly large portfolio of exclusively managed social video, the Rumble creator community can now easily access the Reddit audience in a way that provides transparent tracking of their videos. Additionally, Reddit has more than 50 thousand active communities and over 8 billion pageviews a month, giving Rumble creators a great way to leverage a largely untapped platform with a massive audience.

Let’s get Reddit ready to Rumble!
 

Mario

Creator Support Team
Staff member
#4
We hope this integration increases Rumble exposure and brings more people to watch your videos in Rumble. As it stands, there can be no ads in Reddit so no views there will be monetized.
 
#5
A shame that r/videos has banned third party licenced videos:

"No videos that are licensed by a third party.
Videos that become licensed after they are posted will be removed."
 
#7
Ok I'm confused by this. Is the Rumble player embedded in Reddit or are they redirected to Rumble to view the video. Aka - are views on Reddit going to equate to earnings for us?
 

Mario

Creator Support Team
Staff member
#8
The player is embedded on Reddit, meaning no ads and no revenue, but if the user then chooses to go to rumble from the player they will be taken to the video in Rumble. Embedded views are not going to be counted or monetized, but we are expecting to drive traffic to Rumble to increase views in our platform organically.
 
#10
So while this whole legal allegation is going on will everyone still be getting their revenue that's due to them? I'm a bit confused as well. Just as it was I mean?
 

BenW

Well-known member
#11
Hello Rumblers,

Yesterday Rumble proudly announced that we are launching direct video embeds for Reddit.com through Embedly. Additionally, Rumble will provide a superior viewing experience for the Reddit community by disabling all advertisements on the Reddit embeds.

“We put a lot of emphasis on user experience, so performance is very important to us. We optimize everything from the player being rendered in the browser to the infrastructure delivering it to the user” states the CTO, Wojtek Hlibowicki. “Our player is usable even before everything is fully loaded. For instance, our user interface loads separately and seamlessly hooks into the player. In the end, the Rumble player appears to be loaded as if it was part of the content on the page.”

Right away, not only can you can use Embedly to easily embed Rumble videos on your site, but you can also share your Rumble video links directly on Reddit and the video will play within the Reddit website. Through Embedly, this also enables direct embeds on other websites such as Medium.com and many more.

With Rumble’s increasingly large portfolio of exclusively managed social video, the Rumble creator community can now easily access the Reddit audience in a way that provides transparent tracking of their videos. Additionally, Reddit has more than 50 thousand active communities and over 8 billion pageviews a month, giving Rumble creators a great way to leverage a largely untapped platform with a massive audience.

Let’s get Reddit ready to Rumble!
Hi Mario,
Today I added a video to Reddit, but it plays ads before the video starts. i checked some other rumble videos from other users and they also play ads first. Normally they play no advertisements on Reddit, so I think there is something wrong.
 

BenW

Well-known member
#12
Hi Mario,
Today I added a video to Reddit, but it plays ads before the video starts. i checked some other rumble videos from other users and they also play ads first. Normally they play no advertisements on Reddit, so I think there is something wrong.
Only the ones who were added today play advertisements, the older ones don't. (longer than a day)
 
#19
so with redditt, as i have no knowledge on how ths works. When cliking on redditt within one of my videos, do i have to select a chanell for it to go to? or just send it to my channell, then it will be seen, and hopefully make additional revenue.
 

Mario

Creator Support Team
Staff member
#20
so with redditt, as i have no knowledge on how ths works. When cliking on redditt within one of my videos, do i have to select a chanell for it to go to? or just send it to my channell, then it will be seen, and hopefully make additional revenue.
There's no "channels" per se on reddit, there's subs and each has its own set of rules regarding what you can post.

Videos posted on Reddit have no ads, so there's no revenue to be made there. Only if the user goes to Rumble to watch your video can you monetize it.

For now, posting on Reddit is just a great way to showcase your content and let people know about Rumble.