The Evolution of Dauntless Dialogue
The recently renovated DauntlessDialogue.com is launching a brand new philosophy podcast this month with the goal of building out its platform to reach a wider audience.
The site’s articles have reached over 1.5 million unique visitors and was gaining serious momentum until Facebook began to scourge many of its articles as too “controversial” or “profane.” Given that Facebook’s ‘share button’ was one of the main drivers of traffic to Dauntless Dialogue, the blacklisting really affected the website’s growth potential. Due to the censorship of Facebook and other platforms, Dauntless Dialogue is evolving.
Featuring sketch comedy, current event commentary, and hard-hitting “Let’s Talk About…” presentations, the new podcast channel will focus on topics ranging from mythology all the way to left/right politics. Other topics will include ethics, consciousness, health, economics, relationships, genetics, and psychology.
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The show’s host, Adam Riva, has said, “Dauntless Dialogue is an inevitable birthing of passion into reality. I have a passion for meaningful conversation and now I get to talk with a much wider audience about important issues.”
Dauntless Dialogue will rely predominantly on Vidme, the new kid on the video-sharing block. As YouTube and Google crack down on free speech, alternative websites are growing and Vidme has emerged as perhaps YouTube’s greatest competition. The two primary reasons Dauntless Dialogue is choosing to focus on Vidme are the lack of censorship and the ability for fans and viewers to directly financially support content creators by choosing to “tip” them, instead of relying on corporate advertisers or third party websites.
Dauntless Dialogue hopes to deliver high quality content regularly, focusing primarily on the 15-35 age range. Everything to do with the concept and design has been carefully planned out for months.
“I don’t know if people know exactly what to expect,” said Riva. “But I have a feeling it will blow many people away.”
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