July 28, 2014 – While random webcam chat sites continue to grow in popularity among American adults, it has also gained notoriety for inappropriate content that is often shared online.
Recognizing the need to address this alarming trend especially for site users who wish to have normal and nudity-free conversations, up and coming G-rated webcam chat site ChatRad has recently launched a new feature that will ban users who like to get naked on camera.
ChatRad accomplishes this impressive feat by using proprietary software coupled with dozens of 24/7 full-time moderators who quickly ban violators caught in the act, according to Evelyn Victoria, Co-Founder of ChatRad.
“ChatRad has an amazing male to female ratio with over 25 percent of our site users being women,” Victoria said. “Given this kind of market, we wanted to make sure that our users are always comfortable going online because they know they are protected from shady users who like to show more than what is necessary. Ever since we launched, we’ve gained a reputation for being a wholesome webcam chat site, and we want to keep it that way.”
ChatRad was launched in May 2013 amidst a competitive random webcam chat site market. To set itself apart from already established competitors like Chatroulette and Chatrandom, ChatRad focused on being a G-rated random cam site that provided something users looked for and other sites could not offer—a safe environment. Unlike “adult only” websites that have plenty of obscene content being streamed, ChatRad established a niche for wholesome random webcam chatting.
In addition to its new nudity-banning feature, ChatRad also allows users to choose which country they want to connect with. Currently, it allows users to choose from 39 countries.
One online chatting blog has cited ChatRad as the site with the “safest random cam environment on the Internet” and as a great online platform for “some good clean conversations.” Another camera chatting review site noted how ChatRad gives users “more deep and meaningful communication opportunities,” and how it allows its users to “participate in a safe environment that protects their anonymity.”
Video chatting is a consistently growing trend in the US. A 2010 Mashable article reported a study from the Pew Internet & American Life Project wherein it found that 19 percent of Americans have tried video calling or video chatting either online or on a mobile phone. The survey, which started in 2009, found 20 percent had experience with video calling technology, and this figure immediately increased by three percent in 2010.
SocialMediaToday.com also cited a study which foresees the total number of video calling minutes to approach 550 billion minutes in 2015, a “monumental increase” from 141 million minutes registered in 2010.
“The random webcam chat site is a fast growing industry, and it’s a very competitive landscape,” Victoria added. “While ChatRad is a business, our vision really is to build a webcam social network community that helps people foster healthy and normal relationships in a safe platform. In the very near future, our thousands of users can look forward to more features and innovations that will help them connect with like-minded individuals while maintaining the quality of service that ChatRad is known for.”
ChatRad brings the random chat industry to a safe and comfortable place by providing users with the world’s best G rated random cam site on the internet. ChatRad was built by a team of devoted people searching for a new way to enjoy webcam sharing technologies without having it revolve around sexual content. With strict rules about nudity, rapid moderators that ban abusive behaviour and a set of simple yet precise guidelines, ChatRad offers the best G rated random cam site on the internet.
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Company Name: Chatrad
Contact Person: Alex Leontiv
Country: United States