I have a domain name that has been aging with just a homepage on the net for 5 years. It's not a real adult name, just sexy. Not going to tell it here in case it's seen as promoting it.
The name is for sexy women's apparel. Like club wear, high heels, thongs and stuff like that.
If I use lots of words like sexy, fetish wear, erotic apparel and so on, will that get me in trouble with adsense?
Not sure how to tone down those words without losing the focus of the site, which is sexy women's apparel.
I wouldn't risk it.
You could always try AdBrite.
Chitika seems to like serving up ads for giant dildos, so you could probably use them.
I actually have many sponsors to use on it. Like Wicked Temptations, Electrique Boutique and so on.
But I like to use adsense wherever I can. Might be a bit too much however. Plus I would hurt my writing style if I had to watch what I was saying.
I just don't think it is worth the risk bill, not if you are getting giant clicks elsewhere
I am trialling Chitika on my Excerptz site, to potentially open up revenue sharing on it if it works.
Chitika is actually pretty good Early days though, I won't be able to make a decision until the site is busy enough to judge the effects on AdSense on running them side-by-side.
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