@chrisrumble maybe they could have a look at my problem too, that I tried to find an answer for for the last two weeks. My 400k views are still moving dates! They should have been added last October. With a eCPM of $0.00!!! I contacted support, but never got an answer.
I've noticed a while ago, that every time I open the Stats page, it shows a much higher eCPM and slightly higher earnings, then, when it finishes loading, it goes down to the very low number.
Those numbers change every day, but today they are:
That is totally correct. When you open the page, the numbers shown are Rumble and YT together. When the page finishes loading, you will only see the Rumble numbers. You can check this, if you select All Platforms on the left of the page. You will see that it fits
Third party views come in when your video is about six months old. Roughly.
It's the sites like AOL, Yahoo, MSN etc.
You only get those on videos that received full promotion, not limited distribution.
Google search your title to see what sites picked up your video and then watch for earnings after 23-26 weeks. They can amount to considerable income. They don't necessarily relate to Rumble or YouTube views. They can be much higher or much lower.
I've made a document that shows what I've learned so far. I'd be happy to email it to you.
Others may have links that address your concerns but getting full promotion on your videos is crucial to making the most money here. There is definitely some science behind getting approval.
I only know what works for me but I'm happy to share.
Hi David, I keep seeing posts about this document you made, could you send it to me please? I’m new here and am finding it really difficult to figure things out. Jules_xxxooo@yahoo.com. Thank you so much!
Hello Jules. Welcome to Rumble!
Let's chat by email. firstname.lastname@example.org please.
It's really hard at first, but there are some important things you can do to make it much easier and get your channel working for you right away.