Adult Camming Site Traffic Report – March 2020 (Alexa and SimilarWeb)
Adult Webcam Site Traffic Report
The camming site traffic report, originally posted to Webcam Startup, is a monthly series where we benchmark the SimilarWeb and Alexa ranks of all the camming sites. SimilarWeb and Alexa are the two best metrics when used to benchmark website traffic. We use SimilarWeb for the actual rankings, as they use more data sources than Alexa and is generally more trusted by the webmaster community. Keep in mind that this is data sampling and is not 100% accurate, but it’s the best we can go off of. We also indicate which networks have whitelabels, as it’s impossible to account for that traffic. We also give more information
There’s Also More Information At The Bottom Of The Comparison Chart!
Camming Site Traffic Rankings:
Notes From March 2020 Traffic Report:
*Note On ManyVids – ManyVids is primarily a clip site, but has a popular camming functionality, which is why we felt it was worth including them.
*Note On SkyPrivate – SkyPrivate is a Skype show network and not necessarily a camming site. Although similar, they are different.
*Note On CamLust – CamLust is a Skype show network and not necessarily a camming site. Although similar, they are different.
MyFetishLive / uFancyMe both “N/A” on SimilarWeb – This was really interesting and we found this interesting. Especially since both their Alexa is outperforming some of the other camming sites.
BongaCams Ousts LiveJasmin For 2nd – According to SimilarWeb, BongaCams has swapped LiveJasmin for 2nd and 3rd place.
Streamate Ousts Cams.com For 11th – Streamate has swapped places with Cams.com for 11th and 12th.
SakuraLive Ousts XCams For 16th – SakuraLive has swapped XCams for 16th and 17th position.
SoulCams Fell Two Places To 20th – SoulCams fell two places, losing ground to both CamWithHer and Twero.
How Whitelabels Impact Traffic Scores
It’s important that we reference which sites offer whitelabels and not. A whitelabel is where a webmaster / affiliate is able to rebrand the camming site as their own. Because the whitelabel version is hosted on it’s own separate domain, the traffic that the whitelabel provides will not be accounted for in the actual traffic score.
It’s impossible to benchmark the traffic of all the various whitelabels and average it into the actual rank, so we just indicate which networks support whitelabels so that anyone using this to evaluate traffic knows that there is additional traffic unaccounted for.
Data Sampling: Discrepancies Between Alexa / SimilarWeb
You’ll notice that sites would be ranked differently if gone by Alexa instead of SimilarWeb. This is because that both platforms use “Data Sampling” to compile their traffic scores. Data sampling isn’t a perfect science, but without having the actual website analytics from all the various camming sites, it’s the best we’ve got for benchmarking.
We provide both the Alexa and SimilarWeb scores so that way people can look for outliers and discrepancies and use both the metrics to form their own analysis of the data being presented.
Most Traffic ≠ Best Traffic
It’s important to understand that having the most traffic doesn’t always correlate to having the best traffic. As an example: Any camming site could go out and broker a ton of “3rd Tier Country” traffic (the least valuable traffic globally) pennies on the dollar. Although that traffic will do next to nothing for the performers, it will raise up both their SimilarWeb and Alexa scores.