Being coined an "Adult Webmaster Meet Market," TabooRevenue is designed to be a nexus point for webmasters looking to earn money, sponsors looking for webmasters, and advertisers looking to promote special offers to the webmaster and sponsor communities.
TabooRevenue will be released in Beta by Oct. 3, TrackingSoft announced.
TrackingSoft CEO Craig Belcher first played with the idea of developing a new referral network at last spring's Internext event in Hollywood, Florida.
He told XBiz that the response from sponsors and affiliates was "overwhelming." Shortly after, the development process for TabooRevenue was brought to life with the intention of filling a void in the adult community by offering a network that does not exclude adult sites the way mainstream networks often do.
In addition to serving as a central location for sponsors and webmasters, TabooRevenue will provide regular updated offers from adult entertainment businesses. The program will also list featured webmasters and sponsors each week and highlight top performers and top paying programs.
"Unlike the mainstream networks, we do not shun adult sites," Mandy Haga told XBiz. Haga is the program administrator for TabooRevenue.com.
"We welcome adult clientele into an environment that provides them with sponsors and qualified webmasters, which translates directly into fraud and chargeback reduction," Haga said.
Music to many adult entertainment webmaster's ears.
TrackingSoft was founded in 1998 is functions out of Rogerville, Tennessee.