According to Flirt4Free’s Director of Business Development Jeff Wilson, GayHub is part of a larger objective the company has to better serve the online gay community.
“From our successes running Flirt4Free, we’ve developed great relationships with some of the biggest and best gay studios,” Wilson says. “We think that building a tube site that primarily serves the interests of the studios is a great opportunity that will improve the industry as a whole.”
Wilson and Flirt4Free Product Manager Craig Miller realized before they began the project that many sites carrying gay content would often isolate it in a category section almost as an afterthought, where in many cases, this content would even be pirated, or of low quality.
Miller says that GayHub’s “studios-first” mentality eliminates piracy and ensures affiliates have their brand recognized, in an environment that helps gay studios and performers thrive.
“Serving the online gay community has always been a priority for us, and, in keeping with this objective, it is our goal to ensure that GayHub.com offers a user-first experience with studio-driven content,” said Miller. “GayHub.com will also feature exclusive content that can’t be found on any other sites.”
“On GayHub.com,” Miller adds, “we can leverage our experience in the adult industry to give the gay community great, free adult content that they want to see.”
Miller says that remaining focused on the brand and ensuring that all content, including ads, is geared towards the gay audience, GayHub.com will become a major resource for gay studios everywhere.
“We are working towards making GayHub.com the gay tube capital,” Miller concludes, “for both the community and our studio partners.”