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Old 01-28-2024, 08:17 AM   #1
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Can someone explain to me how whitelabels work and how profitable they actually are?

Everyone here keeps telling me not to bother with a niche cam site, and just do a whitelabel. I assume it's extremely profitable then? From what I've researched, cam sites have the potential to earn stupid money. Do I think it's easy money? No. Do I think it involves little to no start up costs? No. I am well aware of what I'm getting into. I know that model recruitment will be my biggest hurdle.

My questions are;

1. how profitable are whitelables really? Is the potential the same as a cam site with less risk involved?

2. can I start with a whitelabel and always switch to my own cam site after?

Thanks for any input!
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Old 01-28-2024, 11:46 AM   #2
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white label is a copy of main cam site hosted by cam program using your domain with your logo, don't expect direct google traffic there.

example:
main site: https://stripchat.com
white label: https://omg.adult

white label actually is your site, but still not enough to bring money on it's own, you need to find a way to send traffic to it, either from network of blogs or buying google ads, or some other creative way using cam program's promo tools...
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Old 01-28-2024, 01:01 PM   #3
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white label is a copy of main cam site hosted by cam program using your domain with your logo, don't expect direct google traffic there.


white label actually is your site, but still not enough to bring money on it's own, you need to find a way to send traffic to it, either from network of blogs or buying google ads, or some other creative way using cam program's promo tools...
Ok so is it like affiliate concept? Whatever traffic goes to the main site from mine, I get a percentage of the sales?

Also, what if my site is niche? When the user gets redirected to main site, will they end up on the front landing page where all categories are displayed? I understand if you don't have the answer to that.

My takeaway is white label = low risk/low reward

It sounds to me like the potential reward isn't even remotely comparable to launching my own niche cam site.
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Old 01-28-2024, 04:51 PM   #4
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Everyone here keeps telling me not to bother with a niche cam site, and just do a whitelabel. I assume it's extremely profitable then? From what I've researched, cam sites have the potential to earn stupid money. Do I think it's easy money? No. Do I think it involves little to no start up costs? No. I am well aware of what I'm getting into. I know that model recruitment will be my biggest hurdle.

My questions are;

1. how profitable are whitelables really? Is the potential the same as a cam site with less risk involved?

2. can I start with a whitelabel and always switch to my own cam site after?

Thanks for any input!

I have around 50 cams, cant grow them all but learned alot, I also have a nice Network of sites, All the Cam guys buy from e

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Old 01-30-2024, 11:24 PM   #5
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unless you can feed traffic directly to your whitelabel don't both

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Old 02-02-2024, 01:20 AM   #6
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Iirc I was one of those suggesting whitelabel solutions to you but I meant a solution as a software/system with having your own models (not sure if there are a lot of companies for this but in this way you'd have a unique site as the models would only be on your site and nobody else - which likely still will not be tbh as "smaller" models usually stream on multiple sites at the same time for more income).

I'll switch back to whitelabel sites as the usual affiliate websites for your questions:

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Ok so is it like affiliate concept? Whatever traffic goes to the main site from mine, I get a percentage of the sales?
Generally they are affiliate marketing tools where you need to drive traffic to your "customized" looking website (that is kind of a facade in front of the system providing it, usually you can't edit much just some texts, base colors and you can filter by category/models) and get some percentage from the users spending on that site.
You need to drive the traffic because from SEO perspective they are duplicated content = good luck ranking for most of the content.
Your basic expense is just a domain (via DNS settings the service is mirrored to your domain) so it's like 10 bucks a year + whatever you spend on traffic.
From what I see usually people have websites like someniche[dot]com and they have whitelabels named somenichecams[dot]com or similar.

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Also, what if my site is niche? When the user gets redirected to main site, will they end up on the front landing page where all categories are displayed? I understand if you don't have the answer to that.
If your site is niche you should have similar filters in your whitelabel as well to be in sync with that, otherwise you will very likely lose on conversion% as users who are interested in that niche may not be interested in other niches or will feel out of place when you have a main site which theme color is black and your whitelabel is in rainbow colors, etc.

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My takeaway is white label = low risk/low reward

It sounds to me like the potential reward isn't even remotely comparable to launching my own niche cam site.
It's a trade off as with the affiliate marketing tools (here whitelabels) you likely don't have to have (as many) people on payroll to keep your system alive, the potential reward is less of course as you kind of cap your income based on the traffic you bring.

If you go your own camsite way you can also make an affiliate system and people will bring traffic to you so you could be on the opposite side that case.

-- A third option
What was not mentioned yet though is a concept called "studios" basically you hire models under your account and you will manage their income. Google [bigcamsite] studio account and you can find more information. This may or may not be how a certain Bugatti owner allegedly (for legal reasons) made initially his wealth.
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Old 02-02-2024, 02:56 PM   #7
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Ok so is it like affiliate concept? Whatever traffic goes to the main site from mine, I get a percentage of the sales?

Also, what if my site is niche? When the user gets redirected to main site, will they end up on the front landing page where all categories are displayed? I understand if you don't have the answer to that.

My takeaway is white label = low risk/low reward

It sounds to me like the potential reward isn't even remotely comparable to launching my own niche cam site.
You need to think out of the box and put something in the middle... so to say
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Old 02-05-2024, 09:37 AM   #9
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Ok so is it like affiliate concept? Whatever traffic goes to the main site from mine, I get a percentage of the sales?

Also, what if my site is niche? When the user gets redirected to main site, will they end up on the front landing page where all categories are displayed? I understand if you don't have the answer to that.

My takeaway is white label = low risk/low reward

It sounds to me like the potential reward isn't even remotely comparable to launching my own niche cam site.
Depends on your role in the market.

Me as an example:

I'm a web developer and I'm skilled in SEO therefore I've built a whole network of porn tubes getting traffic from SE and exchanging traffic between each other.

So I can define myself as a developer and traffic feeder.

At the same time I'm absolutely neither skilled in company management nor in dealing with cam-girls, therefore I opted for setting a bunch of white-labels with an affiliate I trust so to have the following pros:

- Long term income since there's a trust with the company
- No traffic loss since it's all branded to my network
- Domains keeping so that I can sell them for a large price when I retire, since they're already grown and trusted from 15-20 years.

That said, it's up to you to define your own strategy.
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Old 02-06-2024, 10:52 AM   #10
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You have 50 whitelabel camsites?

"All the Cam guys buy from e" - don't quite follow. Who buys what from who?
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Old 03-05-2024, 04:24 PM   #11
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Depends on your role in the market.

Me as an example:

I'm a web developer and I'm skilled in SEO therefore I've built a whole network of porn tubes getting traffic from SE and exchanging traffic between each other.

So I can define myself as a developer and traffic feeder.

At the same time I'm absolutely neither skilled in company management nor in dealing with cam-girls, therefore I opted for setting a bunch of white-labels with an affiliate I trust so to have the following pros:

- Long term income since there's a trust with the company
- No traffic loss since it's all branded to my network
- Domains keeping so that I can sell them for a large price when I retire, since they're already grown and trusted from 15-20 years.

That said, it's up to you to define your own strategy.
It sounds like you are able to get your tube sites pages indexed on Google and ranked high to generate traffic which you then send to your white labels for a 20-30% rev share (or other commission). Is this the basis of your operation? Using the white label seems like a straightforward/low risk way way to generate the commission, compared to developong/operating your own cam site. Which promo tools do you find the most effective on your tube sites?
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