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Work Your Phone Sex Blog Like A Vintage Stag Film

Work Your Phone Sex Blog Like A Vintage Stag Film | Sex Work | Scoop.it
You've probably heard about the old stag films, maybe even seen a few. But do you understand their magic? Naughty and even nudie films have a long history, dating back to the early 1900s. While all...
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Fired for being chubby and sexy | Abigail Siren

Fired for being chubby and sexy | Abigail Siren | Sex Work | Scoop.it

They actually did it. My boss, aided by his miserable little wife, fired me.

For the sake of context this story begins in my recent blog post, this is what happens when your boss and his wife find your blog and don’t like what they see.

In that post, just in case you don’t want to read it, I describe what happened to me when my boss and his wife decided that they didn’t like my blog and my Twitter account and told me to take them down or get fired.


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BDSM Writers Con August 21 - 24, 2014

BDSM Writers Con August 21 - 24, 2014 | Sex Work | Scoop.it

BDSM Writers Con is for EVERYONE interested in writing about or exploring the world of Dominance and submission.

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Why We Need More Erotic Photos Of Older Women (& Lots Of Other Awesome!)

Why We Need More Erotic Photos Of Older Women (& Lots Of Other Awesome!) | Sex Work | Scoop.it
Recently a blogger of note accused me of 'pandering to men'. Keep in mind that 'pander', to be precise, means to 'gratify or indulge (an immoral or distasteful desire, need, or habit of a person with such a desire).'...
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Sex Bloggers: Submit a Featured Article on the #AdultSexEdMonth Website

Sex Bloggers: Submit a Featured Article on the #AdultSexEdMonth Website | Sex Work | Scoop.it
Sex Bloggers, give your adult sex ed post some extra exposure on the #AdultSexEdMonth website! While we'll list all adult sex ed stories that get tweeted and Facebooked with the #AdultSexEdMonth ha...
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Marketing Whore - Marketing, PR, Internet Marketing Tips for Mainstream and Adult Bloggers: Business Bigots

Marketing Whore - Marketing, PR, Internet Marketing Tips for Mainstream and Adult Bloggers: Business Bigots | Sex Work | Scoop.it

Marketers often make stereotypes and pre-judge people when creating 'targeting markets.' We often have to lump folks into categories in order to create products for them and to reach them. (What do these people need? What do they want? Where do these people live? What do they read?)

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Why Spam Is Bad For Your Business

Why Spam Is Bad For Your Business | Sex Work | Scoop.it

Now, you might think that anyone with a blog or website would know how inappropriate and annoying spam comments are, but a few of them sincerely seemed unaware that what they’d done was poor form. So here’s my quick attempt to educate folks on the subject.


Leaving spam comments isn’t just poor form — it’s a poor thing to do for many reasons.


First of all, despite what some poor &/or ignorant marketing folks will tell — and sell — you, spam links are not good for SEO

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SEO For The Escort Industry in 2014 - The Notebook

SEO For The Escort Industry in 2014 - The Notebook | Sex Work | Scoop.it
Guest post about white hat search engine optimisation in the escort industry from UK guest author and search engine marketer.
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Mainstream Advertising On Porn Websites

Mainstream Advertising On Porn Websites | Sex Work | Scoop.it

It has long been a mystery to me why more mainstream products that are sold to porn-watching adults are afraid to advertise on porn websites. Porn advertising is dirt cheap, and so you’d think that any brand that’s not afraid to admit its customers also like porn would be all over the porn website world with huge ad campaigns. Whiskey and cigarette advertisers used to buy endless full-page ads in PlayBoy and Hustler back in the day; why don’t they now?

 

Thus I was both heartened and pleased to see that one of the online food-delivery startups has not only taken to porn site advertising, they’ve blogged in detail about why they did it and how well it worked:

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Something many of us have long advised.

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Deanna Dahlsad's curator insight, November 19, 2013 6:36 PM

I've always thought that if you're looking at adult content, you won't be alarmed by mainstream companies being there; conversely, if you aren't at adult sites, you won't know about it to be bothered.

Deanna Dahlsad's curator insight, November 19, 2013 6:37 PM

I've always thought that if you're looking at adult content, you won't be alarmed by mainstream companies being there; conversely, if you aren't at adult sites, you won't know about it to be bothered.


If your product or services fits the demographic, why not?

malek's comment, November 20, 2013 7:43 AM
Nothing beats a pragmatic approach, fully agree with your view
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Nominations are Open for Top Sex Bloggers of 2013! | Between My Sheets

Nominations are Open for Top Sex Bloggers of 2013! | Between My Sheets | Sex Work | Scoop.it

The rules are simple:

1. You can’t nominate yourself. You can post on your blog or via social media asking your fans to nominate you. Click here to easily tweet to your fans!

2. You don’t have to be a sex blogger yourself to nominate people.

3. Each nomination should include the blog url. I don’t know everyone, and some bloggers have the same names.

4. Blog content can be anything sex related. Nothing illegal, obviously.

5. The blog can’t be protected. It’s ok if a few of the posts are protected, but the entire blog can’t be behind a password.

6. The blog should be at least a year old, but anyone who’s been blogging since at least Jan. 1, 2013 will be considered. Special exceptions will be made for someone who has recently moved to a new blog, but was previously blogging somewhere else.

7. You can nominate as many bloggers as you like, but please try to limit to your very favorites.

8. The blog must be active, which means that the blogger posts at least once every week or so. When I judge in October, any blog with no posts in the last 45 days will be eliminated.

9. A few blogs have been retired! Those who have been named as the top blog are retired to make room for new awesome bloggers on the list. Retired bloggers are: Sinclair Sexsmith, Coquitten (blog no longer available), Guy New York and the Dirty Gentleman, and Molly’s Daily Kiss.

10. Nominations close on September 30. I recommend nominating your favorites right now so you don’t forget. You an also come back and leave an additional comment with more nominations if you think of someone else who deserves to be on the list.

Comments are moderated here, so if you’ve never posted here before, please be patient while I manually approve your nominations comment. If it doesn’t appear within one week, feel free to email me about the problem at rori-at-betweenmysheets-dot-com. If you don’t want to make your nominations public, for whatever reason, you can also email me at this email address with “2013 Nominations” in the subject line.

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Tumblr Stumbles, Tries To Right Itself, Banks Left | The Marketing Whore

Tumblr Stumbles, Tries To Right Itself, Banks Left | The Marketing Whore | Sex Work | Scoop.it

On July 16, 2013, Tumblr creator David Karp was on The Colbert Report. During the short interview segment, Karp and host Stephen Colbert discussed a number of issues ~ including the naked, and sometimes fornicating, elephant in the room: porn on Tumblr.

 

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But then, just two days later, Tumblr instituted a new policy about adult content. Along with the pre-Yahoo sale attempts to exclude search engine indexing of adult Tumblr bogs, Tumblr’s new rules meant that adult-rated blogs and their posts would no longer show up in site tags; the former preventing blogs from being found off-site, the latter keeping blogs from being searched and found on Tumblr itself.

 

Obviously, this lead to quite the reaction from Tumblr users.

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What's behind all the changes? (Hint: It smells like money!) Can you trust Karp & Tumblr? (That may depend upon a few things.)

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Laura Brown's comment, July 25, 2013 5:00 PM
Adult content is always the wet elephant in the room on any web network. They all let the adult content start, as long as it keeps quiet and no one starts a fuss about it. If anything changes the adult content becomes controversial (even though it was quiet and ignored for years). Kind of an immature attitude. People obviously want porn - we are just supposed to be ashamed of it while telling everyone how natural and good sex is.
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Tumblr To Bury Adult Blogs Even Deeper, Begins Vilifying Them

Tumblr To Bury Adult Blogs Even Deeper, Begins Vilifying Them | Sex Work | Scoop.it
Tumblr To Bury Adult Blogs Even Deeper, Begins Vilifying Them: It’s time to be very clear about the words “NSFW” and “Adult” in the Tumblr context. They mean different things.
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Blogging Death Knells Are Premature & Passe

Blogging Death Knells Are Premature & Passe | Sex Work | Scoop.it
This sort of “blogging is dead, especially for business” thinking as shared in Beyond Blogging: 13 Content Marketing Opportunities for Ecommerce by Linda Bustos drives me nuts: Remember when business...

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Blogs are not dead, despite what you've heard. And this is great news for those working in the adult industry who are blocked from using Facebook and other giant sites. Click the links in the article for detailed info.

 

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Jeff Domansky's comment, July 12, 2013 4:27 PM
Amen, Deanna!
Deanna Dahlsad's comment, July 12, 2013 4:31 PM
Thanks for sharing :)
MartinSocially's curator insight, July 29, 2013 4:05 PM

The concept of individuals creating their own content will endure, platforms may come and go but the essence of origianal content is fundamental to the future of the internet and society as a whole.

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No Rest For The Wicked: Blogger/Blogspot Censorship

No Rest For The Wicked: Blogger/Blogspot Censorship | Sex Work | Scoop.it

As you may well know by this time, Google, owner of Blogger/Blogspot, has upped the ante in their dislike prosecution of adult bloggers by changing their adult content policy. Which means if your site or one of your favorite sites has been replaced with a Google 404 error saying, "The requested URL / was not found on this server. That’s all we know." -- well, that's a lie.

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If this link should disappear, keep an eye on this domain: http://phonesexsecrets.info/

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Q&A with Marie Calloway: Why does she write about sex?

Q&A with Marie Calloway: Why does she write about sex? | Sex Work | Scoop.it

For several years, Marie Calloway, 23, has explicitly described her lifestyle and sexual exploits on her blog. Now Calloway (a pseudonym she has used since the age of 19) has published a book, "what purpose did i serve in your life" (Tyrant Books, $19), said to be an account of her sexual encounters.
 
In "what purpose did i serve in your life," Calloway opens up about her relationships, which predominantly originate from cyber contact, as well as her sexual fantasies, largely involving self-degradation. In fact, her words and pornographic photographs (including images of her breasts covered in bruises) were considered so controversial that three separate printers refused to print the book.
 
A former women’s studies major, Calloway first garnered attention with her story "Adrien Brody," published on MuuMuu House, in which she describes a brief affair with a well-known New York editor. Since then, readers have been attempting to label her as either a trailblazing feminist or a self-destructive masochist.

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26 Things To Consider Before Developing Your Website

26 Things To Consider Before Developing Your Website | Sex Work | Scoop.it
This infographic lists 26 things you should consider before developing your website. These are things to think about before you actually start the process.

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Help for sex workers with the mighty web.

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Your Best Tool For SEO (Or, Why Search Engines Are Your Friends)

I believe search engine optimization (SEO) is best and primarily served via the content you write. If you believe that, you may stop reading; but if you aren’t convinced… People...

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Social Media, Channels & The “C” Word | Cult of Gracie

Social Media, Channels & The “C” Word | Cult of Gracie | Sex Work | Scoop.it

It would be easy for an old whore like me to make a joke comparing social media to disease, replacing the Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) with the (perhaps trite and now old) Social Media Disease (SMD). The reason I didn’t wasn’t because I wanted to appear “fresh and hip” or even “classy” on The Twitter (after all, this will appear there), but because comparing social media to venereal disease, especially, as Clark worded it, would make social media, “the channel” of distribution through which things are “spread,” rather like a woman’s cunt.

 

Yes, I used the “C” word. Hear me out.

 

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When “Free” Isn’t Liberty. And Equals Poverty. | Cult of Gracie

When “Free” Isn’t Liberty. And Equals Poverty. | Cult of Gracie | Sex Work | Scoop.it

I respond to Kara's Things That Need To Stop, on the subject of reviewing sex toys.

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