ClipNuke Launches With Google Chrome Extension

LOS ANGELES — Adult content distribution platform ClipNuke.com has officially launched with a Google Chrome extension.

Described as a "distribution service and revolutionary software that will chart a new course in the adult content industry," the nascent platform is "specifically designed for adult content creators, producers and studios with features to monetize their video catalog to the absolute limits."

"The ClipNuke Chrome Extension speeds up your workflow by functioning as a form-filler; it pre-fills every upload form on [most] platforms, including OnlyFans, ManyVids, Pornhub, Clips4Sale and Xvideos, with plans to add more sites in the coming weeks," the rep added.

ClipNuke is designed as "a tool for empowering creators with a distribution service, so creators can spend more time creating and less time doing data entry tasks; in turn they will produce more content, and make more money doing it. It’s a win-win," they said. "Uploading to multiple sites is now as easy as a click of the button."

Content creator Aiden Valentine added, "Using ClipNuke feels like I'm giving myself a pay raise... You can track each release across every clip store. Clicking a link will take you to the 'edit' page for that movie. There’s also a spreadsheet view; at a glance, I can see what videos need to be uploaded to which sites."

"There's a 'Post to ManyVids' and 'Post to Pornhub' and 'Post to Xvideos' button in each row, so I can quickly cross-post to those sites and earn extra money," he added. "It literally tells me where I'm missing out on money."

Visit ClipNuke.com for additional details and follow the platform on Twitter.

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