You’re going to become an adult webmaster whose main goal is to market affiliate links in order to generate income via sales, clicks, impressions, or other various means. You’re most likely going to run a free adult site, and perhaps eventually a network of sites. You will not have to photograph, videotape, or pretend to enjoy bad sex with anyone.
You won’t have anything to do with that aspect of the adult industry unless you chose to, and if you chose to, then you can read another document, because this document doesn’t cover the creation of porn, just the online marketing of porn.
Turn the cell phone camera off, because we all know that you would probably need a stunt cock anyway.
Most people run a dumb-shit free adult site that does not require paid membership. Not every free adult site sucks, but most of them do because they’re usually replicas of the previous site, who probably replicated a site they once saw, with the same setup, half-assed logo that looks like an early 90’s flaming text creation, and a million stupidly cluttered ads laced so thick that your dick dries up in pre-cum because the site takes forever to load, even on broadband. Damn!
Choose ten free porn sites (do not require a monthly paid membership) and open them in consecutive Google Chrome tabs. How similar are they? How many ads do they contain? How easy are they to navigate? If any of them seem annoying or difficult to use, then close them out immediately.
Now look at the sites that you, from a surfer point of view, have an extremely easy time using. Yes. That’s the type of site you want to make.
If your site is a pain in the left ass cheek to navigate, then your users will get confused and put your site on the “that fucking site sucks” list.
You don’t want to be on that list. That list is full of assholes. You want your site to be shared amongst friends as the place to be, not the place to hate. Be creatively original.
If you’re original, stand out, and produce a quality site, then you’ll generate more long term income. If you’re just looking to bang a quick buck, then chances are that your site is awful, full of deception, and I feel bad for the people tricked into visiting it. But at that point, who the hell cares?
You’re not in it for long term business, just a quick bone or two. The clean and creative method, and the dirty and deceptive method, will generate income. It’s just that one of them will become a passive income in the long run, while the latter will probably generate less bookmarking fans, leading to less long term income from that source.
Regardless, both produce cold hard cash, and that’s probably a seductive turn on for you, right?