Podcast 1: Pilot Episode – Introduction and Week In Review

Pilot Episode Of The Webcam Startup Live Hangouts

The pilot episode of the Webcam Startup live hangout series. We had some audio issues at the start, but that got sorted out easy enough. Aerie, Lily and Nate discuss what is happening in Camland and the rest of the adult industry. Here is what was talked about this week:

Week In Review:

Here is the week in review. also included is the time in the video where we start talking about each topic, in case you want to skip to that particular part of the live hangout.
[3:52] ManyVids Announces MV Loft – ManyVids has announced the MV Loft, a new studio located in Montreal, Canada. Each week, a select ManyVids performers get to travel up to the MV Loft. There they will be able to produce with state of the art equipment, get professional photo shoots, be featured on the MV Podcast and party it up at an exclusive after-party.
[[17:48] ManyVids New Cummer Badge / Signup Process – ManyVids announced the New Cummer Badge and ranking bonus, as well as an updated signup process. This signup process includes having a minimum of five photos and three videos. Non-compliant accounts were put on restricted until the criteria has been met, at which time they’ll receive the New Cummer status.
[22:11] LiveJasmin / TrafficStars Partnership – AWE / TrafficStars has announced a partnership that will provide pop-under traffic from the various sites within the network. Most notably LiveJasmin. The team over at Webcam Startup has gone through these sites, trying to identify where these pop-ads are located, but we’ve been unable to do so.
Patreon, Twitter and Mainstream Banning Adult – No links to the articles as there’s multiple that we’re referencing here. It’s been a crazy week for mainstream platforms and their policies on adult. Patreon was the major news, that caused a lot of noise within the industry. Twitter was another company that updated their policies surrounding specific types of adult content.
[42:27] Chaturbate Video Competition – Chaturbate launched their “Why You Love Chaturbate” competition. This is a YouTube / Vimeo competition. The competition is simple. Performers that want to compete must upload a video of why they love Chaturbate. No nudity can be included in the video.
[56:06] Camming Site Traffic Report (November 2017) – We released the November 2017 traffic report, which benchmarks the Alexa Rank, SimilarWeb Rank and MOZ Domain Authority of the camming and clip sites. We also indicate if there’s whitelabels available for any of the camming site, as that traffic won’t be indicated by any of these scores.
[1:12:46] iWantClips / iWantEmpire Announcements – Multiple announcements, so not hyperlinked. Plus we talk about iWantEmpire in general.