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Is it actually a good idea to ask to take down the recordings of your stream all over Google?

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Mar 19, 2021
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I saw a website which has basically recorded every Chaturbate model's every stream show from the beginning to the end.

I got shocked and started to thinking about taking it down but, is it actually a good idea? Do these websites actually help promoting my stream?

I usually have 200-400 viewers every day and I have 17k followers on CB. But the count of views of each of my recordings on that site is from 1k to 5k. So I think maybe there are people who didn't know me yet but came cross my recordings there and then got to know me and became a fan?

And this site also published my onlyfans link and Twitter link which helps promoting them as well.

What do you think?
 
Mar 1, 2021
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IMO put a platform logo on your stream, and your stream username.
Then they know where to find you and find more.
Then its advertising.

One below if you dont have one / if you need one.






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DMCA can be a full time job, and it doesn't make you any money.

If you look at those sites as trying to provide a service for a demand for watching old cam shows; then you can always provide that as a service yourself on site like pornhub, xhamster, extra.

Some porn sites do you claim your videos. And then collect money off of the advertisements they run. It may not be a huge amount of money, but over a few years it can add up. I don't remember what websites do this, but it might be xhamster.
 
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You're seeing this the way many don't. If I were in your shoes I would just consider it free advertising. It's obviously a very different industry, but kinda like a Youtuber posting free videos weekly. Coming from my world, I can say that sharing my own free scenes to Pornhub drastically helped establish my brand and grow my following. So that said...I saw another member shared here to watermark your vids so people know where to find you. All the yes to that. Unless you're REALLY bothered by it, I say leave it up. Your face is out there for all to see and you're exposing yourself to potential new fans that can come in and continue to make you money.
 
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DMCA can be a full time job, and it doesn't make you any money.

If you look at those sites as trying to provide a service for a demand for watching old cam shows; then you can always provide that as a service yourself on site like pornhub, xhamster, extra.

Some porn sites do you claim your videos. And then collect money off of the advertisements they run. It may not be a huge amount of money, but over a few years it can add up. I don't remember what websites do this, but it might be xhamster.
You can also contact these sites directly (customer service), create a model profile and then request that all the videos uploaded that you own the rights to that you did not give other users to upload, be moved to your account. This also includes the earnings they've made from the videos ;) I've done sweeps several times where, surprise! A few thousand dollars got moved to my account because of this. The tube sites are pretty good with keeping kosher with the models in this way.
 
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