For Streamate’s Yuval Kijel, there is nothing like being in ...
Much has changed in the adult billing space since 1998, the ...
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Even though Rocco Siffredi confirmed his retirement in April ...
If you have this issue of XBIZ in your hot little hands while you’re reading this, chances are good that you’re in the adult industry. Yes, the adult industry. I like using that term because it covers so many aspects of our huge business and it’s a little tamer than saying “The Sex Business” although I like using those words to describe what trade I’m in as well.
For adult website admins and owners, traffic is a constant preoccupation, with a lot of resources spent on acquiring visitors to a website, and then analyzing the metrics of that traffic flow. Sometimes it is a simple analysis that focuses mainly on the quantity and not the quality of this traffic, i.e., asking, “How many visitors does my site get?” rather than “How much money is each visitor making (or costing) me?”
It’s been nearly 50 years since the Great Dildo Drought of 2020. Society’s sex toy shelves were completely drained of all their resources due to unchecked over-copulation.
If you’ve been paying any attention to the news lately, you’ve seen the increased media coverage of transgender and gender-diverse people. While not all of the press has been positive, I’ve seen plenty that is. The more we can talk about the experiences of transgender and gender-diverse folks, the more we can help create a truly inclusive world.
How many times has this happened to you? You come up with a slam-dunk, home-run, touch-down of an idea for an in-store sales event. You’ve worked out all the logistical details to ensure the company mainframe can handle the event’s radical discount algorithms; you even built out the product displays.
When ad networks started surfacing in the adult industry nobody knew quite what to make of them. At that time most webmasters were either affiliate program owners, affiliate webmasters, or both. Gradually, as an increasing number of affiliate programs adopt an invite-only policy and smaller affiliates are unable to get top tier payouts for ...
The recent news about mobile is coming from the content side of the business because of three recent announcements by tech giants. First Google stopped politely suggesting site owners to become mobile friendly and with their Mobilegeddon update they decided to start demanding compliance instead.
There used to be a time when webmasters could simply look up the page rank of any website, see what Google thought of it and buy backlinks on the footer of pages with a guaranteed bang for their buck.
What will be the biggest segment of virtual reality adult entertainment?
Recorded video content
3D rendered virtual worlds
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