The company said the new division extends the company’s mobile reach into the B2B space by offering content owners the means to make a low-cost, high-quality entry into the adult mobile market.
“TB Mobile Services is a logical expansion of our mobile product line,” said Liam Colins, director of business development for TopBucks.
“Ever since we first launched TopBucks Mobile, one of the questions we’ve been asked frequently is ‘Do you build mobile sites for other adult companies?’ After being asked that question a few times, it became clear to us that there was a need among content owners to deliver their content via the mobile Internet — a need that TopBucks is uniquely well positioned to fill.”
The company said that although it is only now making the availability of its B2B services publicly known, TB Mobile Services has already completed work on mobile properties for three clients; Acid Rain, Bijou World and Grooby Productions.
Wasteland.com signed on as a TB Mobile Services client just this week, Colins said.
“TopBucks is known for developing high-end mobile websites and was a perfect fit for developing our flaghship website’s mobile presence,” said Steven Gallon, president of Grooby Productions.
“Shemale Yum has been in operation for more than 14 years, providing members with an immense amount of unique photo and video content to enjoy and our mobile offering will provide the same high-end user experience that fans have come to expect from a Grooby Productions website.”
Colins said that TB Mobile Services is being selective in terms of the studios and producers the company works with, actively seeking out “partners who offer unique and excellent content while focusing on their brand and infrastructure.”
“TBMS is not just your typical mobile template site or white label," Colins said.
"These sites are unique creations that offer a true mobile user experience. We are looking to form lasting relationships with excellent companies. As such, we are limiting the number of clients that we work with on a basis of quality to ensure that our work goes toward sites that add real value to the developing mobile market.”