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Change is all around us; it's pretty much the only thing that's constant, especially in advertising. The same goes for the different types of billing for advertising — there’s always something new that promises to be the “next big thing.”
Find a need and fill it, the old saw goes. According to manufacturers of products designed for the LGBT community, that cliché is as true now as it ever was — particularly because the “gay community” is not one, uniform community but several, each with a distinct individuality.
If you’ve been to an industry trade show in the past several years you probably noticed that many of those in attendance and most of the show’s sponsors and exhibitors are either ad networks, dating sites, web hosts or billing companies. All of the above deal in high volume and billing in our industry or any other is big business.
Transgender and gender expression products are evolving in today’s adult marketplace, due in part to growing cultural awareness and availability. What inspires today’s current products and marketing? And what is the difference between gender expression and gender play products?
All too often, adult business operators spend so much time focusing on things such as obscenity, record-keeping and intellectual property that they neglect some important corporate issues, including taxation and employment law, which can have a tremendous impact on a business owner.
The decision to sell dildos and cock rings is fraught with many of the same questions of specificity that plague any retail shop. Does one focus sales on a particular segment of the buying public, refining that demographic as narrowly as you can and be perceived not only as working for that community but being of that community?
Having undergone nearly two decades of erotic evolution, today’s highly professional live adult webcam industry is big business — and a far cry from its humble beginnings as an exhibitionist’s personal project, and the haven of amateur adult website operators.
When acclaimed adult industry screenwriter and producer Jack Shamama gets nostalgic about memorable periods in gay porn, the late 1990s at Falcon come quickly to mind.
What will be the biggest segment of virtual reality adult entertainment?
Recorded video content
3D rendered virtual worlds
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