Video on AOL homepage - stats show 0 third party views

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My video is on the homepage for AOL.com, but my stats on the rumble site show pretty much zero activity (a total of $0.25 earnings on the video - 0 of which is third party). I know earnings are delayed by 120-180 days - but is there no indication that it is even posted or sold to third party sites before then?
 
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BenW

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My video is on the homepage for AOL.com, but my stats on the rumble site show pretty much zero activity (a total of $0.25 earnings on the video - 0 of which is third party). I know earnings are delayed by 120-180 days - but is there no indication that it is even posted or sold to third party sites before then?
From what I know and experienced is that third party views come from three sources. MSN, are displayed as rumble views. Reporting data for Yahoo and AOL videos take up to 6 months.
You can find some more information here: https://community.rumble.com/threads/how-when-do-creators-receive-payment.166/#post-2466
If your video was accepted for full distribution you can try to find your video on third party sites by searching on the internet. I found your video on AOL: https://www.aol.com/video/view/prec...-learns-how-to-walk/5c07cc2a8215767c1324464e/ and on MSN: https://www.msn.com/de-de/news/news...y-with-dwarfism-learns-how-to-walk/vi-BBQtLyN
 
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From what I know and experienced is that third party views come from three sources. MSN, are displayed as rumble views. Reporting data for Yahoo and AOL videos take up to 6 months.
You can find some more information here: https://community.rumble.com/threads/how-when-do-creators-receive-payment.166/#post-2466
If your video was accepted for full distribution you can try to find your video on third party sites by searching on the internet. I found your video on AOL: https://www.aol.com/video/view/prec...-learns-how-to-walk/5c07cc2a8215767c1324464e/ and on MSN: https://www.msn.com/de-de/news/news...y-with-dwarfism-learns-how-to-walk/vi-BBQtLyN

That's helpful! I think I would have expected even a notification that it was sold - even if actual stats and earnings come much later. Someone told me on IG they saw a video of my son on AOL otherwise I wouldnt have had a clue!
 

BenW

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That's helpful! I think I would have expected even a notification that it was sold - even if actual stats and earnings come much later. Someone told me on IG they saw a video of my son on AOL otherwise I wouldnt have had a clue!
Normally Rumble will notify you by mail if your video is accepted for profit sharing, so maybe you have to check your mail if you received that message.
 
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From what I know and experienced is that third party views come from three sources. MSN, are displayed as rumble views. Reporting data for Yahoo and AOL videos take up to 6 months.
You can find some more information here: https://community.rumble.com/threads/how-when-do-creators-receive-payment.166/#post-2466
If your video was accepted for full distribution you can try to find your video on third party sites by searching on the internet. I found your video on AOL: https://www.aol.com/video/view/prec...-learns-how-to-walk/5c07cc2a8215767c1324464e/ and on MSN: https://www.msn.com/de-de/news/news...y-with-dwarfism-learns-how-to-walk/vi-BBQtLyN
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