However apart from the porn links, the company said, “SMaQ.com boasts a plethora of links to community resources, HIV/AIDS information, social networking sites and webmaster resources.”
The revamp was prompted by how web surfers began using the website, whose last redesign was in 2006.
“Although they use it primarily for getting to adult content, we found that people use other areas of SMaQ that deal with social networking, chatting and personals,” Badpuppy Enterprises President & CEO William G. Pinyon told XBIZ.
He said their customer age range is “18 to whatever” and therefore SMaQ.com tries to offer “a wide range of service links that meet the needs of a broad audience.”
SMaQ.com falls under the Badpuppy Enterprises umbrella, but operates independently of Badpuppy magazine and its affiliated websites.