Finally I finished up with my small adult empire, so far so good, and now it just need to settle on the CDN and within the various Search Engines. It seems traffic has increased after starting to use another tactic on how to present content towards the users and Search Engines. Before the content were displayed with PermaLinks Structure http://glovm.com/%postname%/ but I have changed this into http://%postname%.glovm.com instead. It means my server currently serves around 12000 subdomains pointing into the glovm.com top-level domain. I have made a screenshot from Cloudflare.com to give you a perspective what traffic level my network is running at right now.
Besides that I have made the other domains into small Search Engines (example) where users are presented with a cse custom search feature and some webcam profiles on entering the website. Furthermore I was going to test Google Adwords with my Whitelabel website liveshow18.com but it seems Adwords doesn't want to advertise for sites like this even though the ads would be limited to be displayed only on adult related search terms like, adult chat, adult livecam chat etc. This resulted in me having to fire up Adobe Photoshop and make a creative myself to try another approach. The result is here http://ahreally.com where I need to adjust the explicit pictures into softcore erotic pictures instead or simply replace them. My sponsor Bongacash.com seem to have catched up a bit presenting nice numbers from the latest pay-period.
It's been a while. I've been busy in private with personal stuff. However it seems that traffic is starting to convert into signups which is pretty awesome. I have attached an image for you to look at (it's from the 16th. July 2019 until 31st. July 2019) from one of my sponsors BongaCash.Com. I haven't included a full-screen sized screenshot - but it gives you a good idea of what we're dealing with taking all into consideration. I've created a Whitelabel called Liveshow18.com and attached it to the network which is being feeded from SE's, tube and the blogs currently in the network. Seems its working pretty nice after all :) Thanks for your comments and showing of support so far even though I can't answer them all personally I do see you have some conversations going which I'm trying not to interfer with. Happy summer so far and have a great day! ;)
I've been at it for a while now (since 1995) and I must say the internet has really changed alot since day 1. Webmasters are on a daily quest to make money and vs. truth and good conversion ratio there is a gap as I discovered. To start with I have to say that ie. Facebook is doing a great job at what they do being a social media website gathering the masses in one spot. However this presents a security risk for the users because they would think "We don't want to share our credit card informations with a company that has leaked private informations on several occasions". In my belief this could be a matter of risk management. They could and I think they will begin to use a system that may be called "Pure" or whatever they like. This system has the user informations in several layers and are rewriting/replacing essential user informations with unreal/fake info without saying it's all a hoax, I only see the geographical position as a "keep it real". Max would be Thorvald and Maxine could be Francine etc.
The truth does not need to suffer by replacing private informations to almost still real but with different name, email address, private address, phone number into a socalled "Pure profile" which won't be as pure as a real, but close. Take it as a small gift to Facebook and lets enlighten Mark a bit. Your conversion ratio on websites are fair otherwise marketing companies would leave you alone and not buy advertising spots and you'd be left with almost no sales of ad spots. It would though be nice if you could tell people that you'r considering a system that is protecting privacy and stop leaking private informations to 3rd. party compaines by selling REAL informations for marketing purpose. All it takes on every of your sale is to copy the requested data onto a secured platform and start replacing essential (this can be done automated) private informations into something that cannot identify your users as who they are in the real world. Right now this works beautifully already on your own site because of all the fake accounts - but it would be good to see it full-scale to protect users and give the internet a better reputation instead of being called a liar because you're a webmaster as we as people really hate to lie about the truth. Export data into a second version of the database and still keep Facebook a really nice experience. The users would not need to know anything else than you have secured their data and you're now selling databases tailored for marketing purposes. I think this should be fairly easy to understand for everyone. I could also say keep statistics in mind keep geo data real but replace personal identifiers. It would not lose any value because the data is still usable for marketing purposes. Otherwise make it an option and let marketing companies opt-in for this second database, activating this system for advertisers. Just keep them aware of what they are about to experience etc.
Back to my own mini network, right now all sites are working almost as intented it just needs a small tweak as in getting my feeders live again and not redirect all traffic from my type-in domains to midnight12.com so people could get what they want, sites relating to webcams even though the tube is pretty awesome in my personal opinion. I try to manage it in the most professional way I can think of and that I can achieve with my current knowledge :-)
I hope you had some great holidays. See you again soon.