Does anyone want to contact me about adult content? I have a largeamount of it I need to realise some income on - long story but it's a market I do service and we did a large section of work a while back and payment was defaulted.
I own the content and want to publish it somewhere to earn a decent income from it - if it wasn't adult of course I'd put it here for the adsense.
I'm thinking of maybe setting up a blog and putting it there with paid advertising to monetise it.
It's not porn - it's a VERY large amount of sex tips for men, women and couples (so possibly 3 separate sites/blogs here) and split into categories by activity.
It's not porn in any way - think sex tips - akin to AskMen.com or the good old "Joy of Sex" without pictures and with some more weird and wonderful practices.
Just good healthy adult information but not what adsense would like!
Anyone who can help I'd be interested in ahand on a paid basis to get someenthing off the ground if you know what you're doing.
Dale is setting somethin similar up..sorta ..but suonds like you just need a site. Try wordress dot com or dot org... one them is already set up just have to upload your material I guess hope that's a idea.
Not sure that using a third party site, like wordress dot com, would be a good idea with adult content, because you loose a lot of control that way and pretty much end up in the same boat as posting it here. All it would take is for a few users to take offense and it could end up getting pulled. Also, not sure about their TOS, but this might mean giving up your rights.
It might be a good idea to do some research into popular sites and try to sell the work to them, but if you do this, you do end up loosing the rights.
If you like, shoot me a private message and I would be happy to discuss some of your options and offer some free consultation...
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