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Rumble.com Arms Up To Take On YouTube

Are you ready to Rumble? We surely are! Rumble recently announce that two big names in the video space are joining ...

Rumble.com Arms Up To Take On YouTube

Are you ready to Rumble? We surely are! Rumble recently announce that two big names in the video space are joiningtheir advisory board, in their effort to compete with YouTube. And who are they? Josh Abramson, co-founder of Vimeo, CollegeHumor and BustedTees, and Kan Singh, co-founder of Plurk.com and Zippy Videos.

 

How has it come to this? As Rumble's CEO Chris Pavlovski explains, “Before the existence of Rumble, our team was working on Jokeroo since 2001, the days when video lived mostly on sites like CollegeHumor and EbaumsWorld.” However, CollegeHumor's team went on to create Vimeo later on in 2004. Approaching Vimeo's co­founder Josh Abramson, being the most experienced person in video according to Chris, has been the most sensible thing for Pavlovski to do.

 

 

Another veteran in the video industry is Kan Singh, the co­founder of Zippy Videos – a top 100 video platform before YouTube appeared back in the day. Sadly, funding problems had Zippy shut down, while YouTube carried on evolving at the same time. 

 

And, what Rumble.com does, is that it buys exclusive videos and distributes them to the 67% of the market that is not YouTube. Rumble has already established impressive partnerships with video platform providers like Yahoo, MSN, Xbox, Bell Canada, and some Canadian web sites such as the Toronto Sun. A very notable aspect is that Rumble pays its users immediately or offers them convenient profiting options. “Our entire team at Rumble has thought long and hard on how to take on video.” says Pavlovski.

 

“We at Rumble are so happy to announce that both Josh and Kan have decided to join Rumble’s advisory board. With their help and their direction, we will push to become a YouTube alternative for video creators and the best social video news provider for all of our publishing partners. We feel strongly that we are ready to take it on.” ­ states Rumble's CEO.

 

With the help of these two guys, Rumble is very likely to boost its profile as an excellent content distributor on the web, adding to the popularity of the videos as well as generating income to its creators. Let's Rumble everybody!

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