Set Up a Chaturbate White Label on Your Site’s Sub Domain

If you are wondering how to set up a Chaturbate white label on your site’s sub domain, let me explain how to do it in a few steps. What I mean is let’s say your site URL is https://www.wpcamplugin.com/ and you wish to set up that white label on one of its sub domain so it can be found at https://chaturbate.wpcamplugin.com/.

Basically, so it looks like it’s part of your site. Please note that the word chaturbate in the URL could be replaced by anything you want.

But why not set it up on its own domain? Well, there is a good reason for that, and I call it Solution #2 for a new issue that just appeared and is giving problems to any webmaster promoting Chaturbate by using their iframes or embedded live chat.

 

Chrome Heavy Ads Intervention

 

Chrome has just released an update on their browser, and it comes with a new feature called Google’s Chrome Heavy Ads Intervention. The big problem here is that it thinks those Chaturbate iframes are ads and he is blocking some of them and replacing them by a big grey square with a warning icon and a line of text saying Ad Removed.

While it doesn’t happen all the time and also affects other cam sites, it mainly happens with Chaturbate and this is why:

By Chrome’s standards, “heavy ads” consume more than 4MBs of network data or 60 seconds of total CPU. So, when a cam model stream is getting too “heavy” with her performance, the quality of her stream, all those emoji in the chat section or whatever: Google Chrome blocks it!

If the user refreshes the page, Chrome won’t intervene anymore, but very few users know that, so its cutting traffic and sales for affiliates that are promoting Chaturbate.

The good news is that I have developed 3 solutions for the WP Cam Plugin and the PHP Cam Scripts and this is solution #2.

I will show you how to set up a white label on a subdomain of your site URL so that Google Chrome will think that iframe is “local” and wont be classified as an ad from a third-party and therefore wont block any Chaturbate iframe or live chat anymore on your site!

It works with Streamate, Bongacams and Chaturbate since all those sites have a unique feature which is to fetch the live chat using your white label URL. So, if you have a couple of sites promoting those sponsors, I suggest you set up some white labels since they are free to create, and you already have the domain name and paid for it.

If you have more than just a few sites and are hosted on a VPS or a dedicated server and have root access than I suggest you use Solution #3, but we will talk about it in another article.

I will show you how to set up that white label using Cloudflare because I think everyone should use it since it does much more than just give you a free SSL certificate to make your site HTTPS. Anyway, you can do those DNS settings at your Registrar or cPanel if you don’t want to use Cloudflare.

Chaturbate White Label & Cloudflare Set Up

  1. Log in to the Chaturbate’s affiliate dashboard and click the White Labels link in the header menu.
  2. Click the [Add] link inside the text line [Add] a new whitelabel. under Your White Labels:
  3. In the Chaturbate alias: field put any available name for xxxxx ie: your site domain name, wpcamplugin in this case, don’t put the sub domain you want to use for your site URL because custom domains can only be added after the creation of that white label. So, pointing it to ie: https://chaturbate.wpcamplugin.com/ will be done in another step.
  4. Once you have filled out the rest of the settings and chose its colors click Save at the bottom of this page.
  5. Now for the white label you just created click the [Add] link under HTTPS Domains.
  6. On the new page, in the field for Domain: enter the domain name of your site where you want it to resolve, in our case: wpcamplugin.com
  7. A new page will open called Verify ownership for…, use Option 2: Create TXT record and copy the string that looks like this, under that title, on a notepad: wl-verify=f07f63e76ecc2c574e5b
  8. Now open a new tab in your browser and login to your CloudFlare dashboard, select the domain name you wish to use and click DNS in the header menu. You will see a table with a bunch of data and IP addresses.
  9. Click the blue button called + Add Record. In the Type dropdown select TXT, in Name put @ and in Content add the verification string you saved in a notepad: wl-verify=f07f63e76ecc2c574e5b and click Save.
  10. Now you will need to wait 2 hours minimum before those DNS propagate, then you can click the Verify button on that verification page of Chaturbate. Make sure your Adblock extension is turned off, if you have one, for the Chaturbate affiliate dashboard.
  11. Once your site is verified, click the [Manage] link under HTTPS Domains.
  12. Click the [Add] link inside the text line [Add] a new subdomain. under the Domains for… title.
  13. On the new page, in the field for Domain: enter the sub domain name of your site for Solution #2 in our case: chaturbate so all its URL becomes chaturbate.wpcamplugin.com, click Submit
  14. Under DNS Setup copy the string that looks like this on a notepad: cname.whitelabel.chaturbate.com
  15. Go back to your CloudFlare panel and click the blue button called + Add Record. In the Type dropdown select CNAME, in Name put the sub domain you chose in our case: chaturbate and in Target add the string you saved in a notepad: cname.whitelabel.chaturbate.com and click Save.
  16. That’s it, just go back to your Chaturbate white label dashboard until Inactive goes away under HTTPS Domains. You can always click [Manage] and then [Recheck] in the table on that page.
  17. Once its working, go to you WP Cam Plugin or PHP Cam Script and go to Configure Sites and add your new WL, in this case: https://chaturbate.wpcamplugin.com/ and Save.

If you need any help, I suggest you contact the support of the cam site directly, Chaturbate in this case, since they know their stuff better than me when it comes to setting up a white label.