Creator Support Team
I think this is a collective thing, not just one person. I don't think us writing to support with these issues is going to help as we are all wondering what is happening to rumble at the moment, especially the Rumble player, how everyone is having the same poor numbers since April.
What sets us apart is the earnings split. we pay more than anyone else, and by having not only the site but our licensing team getting your content on partner sites, then we can try to get videos to reach more people than by simply having one or the other.
Online advertising is a hard business because the ad companies are always trying to pay as little as possible, while companies like us are trying to get as much as possible. But really, that's true to all industries, the sellers try to get s much as possible while the buyers try to pay as little as possible.
Is in our interest to get as much revenue for our creators as possible because we only make money when you do. Our piece of the pie is entirely dependent on the size of yours.
So while profits are low, trust us that we definitely understand. As a creator you see your own account generate less and less revenue or maybe you're having a hard time keeping up with trends that make the most money online; we deal with the same thing but in the largest scale possible because we have to account for every single one of our creators, and we have to properly strategize every single asset in our inventory to maximize your revenue.
This is not an isolated issue to your account, or to Rumble. Everyone is affected equally by the highs and lows of CPM, and all we can ask of you here at Rumble is to trust us with your content while we try to get the best results for you. Because of the constant changing nature of online advertising, sometimes Facebook, YouTube or Rumble may get better CPM than the others temporarily, but in the end they tend to equalize, what we place more emphasis on is what percentage of CPM you are receiving as a creator at the end of the day.