FAST COMPANY - Nov 13 - Rumble, a video-sharing website that is seeing a surge in user growth after Biden won the 2020 U.S. election. Rumble has seen an increasing number of conservative video content makers jump ship from YouTube to its platform after said conservatives have seen some of their more incendiary videos demonetized on YouTube. Rumble's service isn't limited to ad-based revenue for content creators. If a content creator's video is licensed by one of Rumble's partners (MTV, Xbox, Yahoo, or MSN), they can get ~90% of what the video makes on YouTube as well as another 60% of what the video makes through other partners. If a video makes it to the front page of Rumble, they'll get $100 a pop.