After finding huge success in the international market, SEXMoney.com is now focused on catering to the American webmaster community. Some of the company's flagship sites include JoePornStar.com and Broadband69.com, in addition to an estimated 250 sites under its affiliate umbrella that represent most adult niches in the market.
"For the gay sites we are launching, we have been consulting with several experts within the industry to offer some American gay websites that will appeal to American web surfers," Kath Blackwell, a consultant for SEXMoney.com, told XBiz.
Blackwell added that the gay market is very active for webmasters both internationally and domestically and that SEXMoney.com has deliberately developed the new gay sites to cater to the American audience, paying special attention to design, imagery, and content.
"This part of our program offers extremely high converting niches and we feel it would be very beneficial for webmasters to promote this," Matthew "Chipmunk" Sclier told XBiz. "We have a tremendous amount of gay sites and a large amount for the international market, but these are specific to the U.S."
Launched in 1996, the Amsterdam and Fort Lauderdale-based company is owned by Cyberservices B.V. and also runs a successful phone sex operation. In 2003, the company consolidated both its offline and online operations into what is known today as SEXMoney.com.
According to Sclier, SEXMoney.com is offering a $30 flat payout rate for its new gay sites, or 50-70 percent payout for the duration of the user, including banners, link codes and other promotional materials. The company also pays on all exits.
SEXMoney.com also offers an international solution that enables webmasters to tap into the European market with high conversion rates. The international program pays for all global traffic in addition to U.S. traffic and offers several different billing methods and a revenue share or per-sign-up plan.