Rumble Launches Video Embeds for Reddit with No Ads

#23
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.
ok, thanks Mario
 

BenW

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#32
hey Ben,

We're unable to verify this, can you send us the link to the post were you saw the ads most recently?
Yes I will, but at the moment there seem to be some troubles by Reddit (I get this message: all of our servers are busy right now) So I try it later on.
 

BenW

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#33
hey Ben,

We're unable to verify this, can you send us the link to the post were you saw the ads most recently?
https://www.reddit.com/r/natureismetal/comments/7o3rni View: https://www.reddit.com/r/natureismetal/comments/7o3rni/majestic_wild_horses_battle_it_out_for_herd/
https://www.reddit.com/r/FunnyAnimals/comments/8gydkv View: https://www.reddit.com/r/FunnyAnimals/comments/8gydkv/bird_struggles_to_fit_twig_into_nest/

Just could open this one (not logged in) An advertisement started before the video itself.
Videos of other members sometimes show an advertisement too. Watch this page: https://www.reddit.com/domain/rumble.com/
 
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Mario

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BenW

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#36
Well... Let's be clear first off... Thank You for allowing me, US, anyone to make endless amounts of money on your platform... I just made $269,350.00 with my 63,376,429 video views according to this website - https://rumble.com/maketheswitch/ - that's your own website... And i did those numbers on your platform, so that's what i would of made, actually i did those numbers on your platform, so according to your own webpage, i made, $269,350.00 see the attached screenshots and also follow the links to all my videos about making $267,000+ in 3 days on Rumble!!!!!

Thank You!!!!!!
Congratulations with your first $35,10 on Rumble! It is Always nice to dream of big amounts, but what has it to do with this thread about 'Rumble Launches Video Embeds for Reddit with No Ads'?
 

BenW

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#38
Does this mean that on all other subreddits licensed videos are allowed?
It depends on the rules of a subreddit. Some allow it, but a lot don't. Selfpromotion is not allowed on reddit and adding your own content from your own channels (Rumble, YouTube, Vimeo) is what they call selfpromotion. I didn't know it at first, so I am being banned of r/videos.
 
#39
It depends on the rules of a subreddit. Some allow it, but a lot don't. Selfpromotion is not allowed on reddit and adding your own content from your own channels (Rumble, YouTube, Vimeo) is what they call selfpromotion. I didn't know it at first, so I am being banned of r/videos.
Thanks for your quick reply, BenW!
 
#40
Hi folks, I've read the whole thread now and I am sorry to say I still don't get it. What I understand is that from now on it's possible to have your Rumble-videos displayed on the Reddit platform, although there will be no advertizing around it so it won't give any revenues. Embed.ly -which I am not familiar with- seems to have to do with it too.... My question: what should I do to if I like to try this and put one of my Rumblevideos on Reddit right now? I hope some people here can clear this up for me....
 
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