According to ANYwebcam's Randall Wood, the new affiliate version offers webmasters reports on click-and-join activity, payment history, commissions earned, when payout monies are owed and a new graphing feature to trace conversion trends. The site also enables webmasters to track the origin of their traffic and identify target audiences.
"Our business concentrates solely on the development and growth of the ANYwebcam product and thereby, we have spent time creating a webmaster-attractive program with superior management features and webmaster tools," Wood told XBiz. "Getting the involvement of webmasters and focusing on providing the best possible tools for conversions is vitally important to the continued growth of the program."
After building a base of around 1.7 million members since its inception five years, Wood added that ANYwebcam now has the affiliate infrastructure to support 10 million members, bringing the company to "full steam."
"We see the webmaster community as our key sales team, and along with our custom tools, we offer some of the industry's highest rewards," Wood said.
Future developments from ANYwebcam include the delivery of communication technology to its members and adding private groups to the ANYwebcam community. The company is also looking into the eventual rollout of a dating service and building on its language-specific communities, which so far include German and Portuguese.
ANYwebcam has members in 130 countries, with 60 percent of its community in the United States and Canada, 10 percent in the United Kingdom and 15 percent in Europe, Australia and other countries.