Pink Label recently announced the launch of what it’s describing as “the most customizable white label platform to the world of online adult marketing,” adding that its new white label builder represents a “quick and easy tool to make gorgeous, customized cam sites in just a few easy clicks.” Pink Label is “powered by Cam4.”
Some About text says:
Get your own fully featured white label cam site powered by thousands of CAM4 performers giving the hottest live webcam shows and start to monetize your valuable (mobile/desktop) traffic into a source of real money. You will have access to all the tools and a huge global community of performers who are daily online. You can create as many white label cam sites as you want and track your results in your Pink Label Dashboard.
“This means that the earning potential is through the roof and has the ability to provide exactly the content your traffic is looking for through an advanced content targeting system,” the company added in its statement.
Pink Label added that it its flagship client for the launch is CAM4, saying that “affiliates may now promote the content of CAM4 through Pink Label and give CAM4 models the opportunity to curate a site that lists themselves, their defined network of performer friends, and ability earn an additional 20% of all revenue garnered through traffic they send to the site.”
My question about this is — of course — whose cut does this 20% come out of and what percentage then are Cam4 models getting off their broadcast earnings?
“This was key in the deal for our CAM4 client since their models were currently unable to get a revshare on the traffic they sent to CAM4,” said Ellisa, Pink Label’s Princess of Everything. “Since every model knows the value of their traffic is long-term, this was a feature they had been asking to be made available for a long time.”
Pink Label said the interface is designed to be intuitive to use and “allows for affiliates, models, studios and anyone else to build out a number of tools that quickly curate the content and display entire niches, countries, and languages.”
“Through the custom content curation system, many are now able to drill down to specific content, hashtags, or even a list of particular models,” the company added in its statement. “The system gives the ability to create multiple filters that can be added in succession as steps. This ensures that the pages are filled with models even if your selected filters are not available.”
As an example, Pink Label said “if the first selection of filters only shows 5 online models, the system will determine what models are available from the second set of filters allowing the page to be fully populated. Matching content to a domain name has never been easier, the simplicity to add CSS has never been quicker.”
“We have been soft-launching Pink Label for nearly a year and I could not be more excited that it is finally time to tell all of the adult affiliate market what we have been doing,” Ellisa added. “This is the tip of the iceberg for what we have coming. The future of white and black labels is Pink.”
For more information and questions relating to Pink Label, contact Ellisa at Ellisa@PinkLabel.com or go to PinkLabel.com.
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