(Montreal) April 5, 2005 - After trumpeting release of its long-awaited live video chat solution upgrade, 2much.net has announced its delay - due to high sales.
Since LiveCamNetwork 1.9 was launched in November 2003, number of sites powered by software have grown more than 900%, according to company spokesman Greg Jones.
The main reason for this success appears to be MBase model-sharing feature upgrade introduced.
"Prior to 1.9, we sold you a website where you had to sign up your own performers and get your own traffic," 2much owner Mark Prince explained. "With 1.9, everyone could and did share out their models to MBase. This means that a new webmaster doesn't have to wait to have his own. The second his site is online, he can use his administrative interface to see who's available to pick and click and enable models of his choice to appear on his site."
The operator could then charge his visitors 4.99$ a minute or more to his site visitors to chat with hostesses. The money is split between site visitor is on and site model originates from.
"On top of that, a site with models but who may not have much traffic because it just went online can share out those models to MBase - resulting in them getting traffic to their chat rooms and making sales until their webmaster acquires traffic to site directly," said Prince.
The internal network concept worked well enough to result in a webmaster BBS being created for site owners to communicate via administration interface.
"Just to keep up communications between various active webmasters," Prince explained. "So they could announce that they have a new performer, or that another performer may not have been in her room when a client entered, and so on. It's another free tool we added to system."