Rumble is experiencing a massive explosion of growth. After a huge increase in 2020, its users have *doubled* in the last 2 months: near the top 100 most-visited sites in the US. And those moving there will show again it's a free-speech platform, not attached to any ideology.
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My own experience at Rumble highlights this growth. After just a month, the audience size for my videos is as big as if not higher than on YouTube -- just as my Substack articles are read by 5x as many as at the Intercept. People want/trust platforms independent & censorship-free

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Replying to @ggreenwald
get em King 👑
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lol, I was reading the number next to "rumbles" at first and I thought "did GG just inadvertently own himself?" Sorry man.
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LOL. I'm still not sure what "Rumbles" means - I think it's the equivalent of "likes."
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Do you think the difference between Rumble and YouTube might also reflect algorithmic differences?
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Rumble doesn't use algorithms.
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Paid product placements much?
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Replying to @ggreenwald
I have watched your videos and enjoyed them. Not many others. Still lacking the gardening, chickens, crochet, and bee videos to drop youtube, but I do enjoy your videos.
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How long until apple bans it for not being explicitly pro-DNC ?
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Oh, there have been "rumblings" about Substack for a few months now. The powers that be are just looking for an excuse to either get Substack off the internet or force Substack to deplatform some of their writers.
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