The Facts about STIs, Testing and Moratoriums
Date: December 10, 2013
By Diane Duke
CHATSWORTH, Calif. – On Friday, one of the testing facilities that serve the adult industry alerted Performer Availability Screening Services to a positive HIV test by an adult film performer. While we don’t yet know if the performer acquired the virus in his or her personal life or while working in adult film, we more...
5 Ways Affiliates Can Lower Acquisition Costs
Date: September 6, 2013
By Wacek Warszawa
YNOT – Whether you’re new to affiliate marketing or an experienced professional, lowering your acquisition costs and increasing your return on investment will be high on your agenda. Here are some insider tips for lowering acquisition costs.
1. Use centralized tracking to gather trusted data.
As an more...
5 Networking Tips for Industry Events
Date: July 8, 2013
By Matthew Pitt
YNOT – Events are a crucial component of any adult industry executive’s calendar. This is where introductions are made, trends are spotted and deals are sealed. Four of WhiteLabelDating.com’s event regulars share their insights and recommendations for successful networking at industry events.
[B]1. Work from more...
Five Reasons Your Brand Should be on Google+
Date: May 7, 2013
By Hannah Flaherty
CYBERSPACE – Google+ is now the fourth-largest social network on the web and the second-largest social network in terms of active users, placing Google+ just ahead of Twitter. And yet, Google+ arguably still hasn’t gained the credit it deserves, despite being a marketer’s friend in a way that Facebook is more...
Harry Sparks: Anything but Average
Date: April 22, 2013
By Erika Icon
LOS ANGELES – Harry Sparks is porn’s answer to Quentin Tarantino. The way he writes, directs, edits and produces films speaks to a larger, thoroughly uncommon, aesthetic — undoubtedly a product of his mainstream indie-horror past.
Sparks’ newest title, [I][URL="http://thevampiremistress.com"]The Vampire more...
Will Your Site Take a Hit with Google’s Coming Changes?
Date: April 19, 2013
By Adrian DeGus
YNOT – Google making changes is nothing new. Earlier this year, the search engine giant admitted it made more than 300 changes to its algorithm in 2012 alone. Many of the changes were minor; however, some like the new Penguin filter that launched in April 2012 were quite significant.
Last month, Google more...
Date: March 28, 2013
By Erika Icon
YNOT – Entrepreneurs typically work endless hours and adopt crazy schedules. They’re driven to succeed.
Sometimes that drive can hinder productivity. Part of being productive is examining what works and what doesn’t work. Often, going “against the grain” and making changes to behaviors and processes that have more...
4 Ways Happy Customers Benefit Your Business
Date: March 22, 2013
By Shauna Getty
YNOT – Loyal customers are the driving force behind any great business. Every great business not only understands this, but also goes to great lengths to keep its customers happy. Happy customers are paying customers who will remain loyal for a long, long time.
There are several other, less obvious but equally more...
5 Risky SEO Practices to Avoid
Date: March 11, 2013
By Adrian DeGus
YNOT – Search marketing has come a long way since the introduction of search engines. What worked in the beginning didn't work a year later, and what worked last year doesn't necessarily work now. Some strategies, however, worked so well throughout a period of time that adult webmasters still cling to them more...
Make Google AdWords’ Enhanced Campaigns Work for You
Date: February 27, 2013
By Sarah Iles
YNOT – Google recently launched Enhanced Campaigns, an upgrade to Google AdWords dubbed (http://adwords.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/introducing-enhanced-campaigns.html) the first step to improving and simplifying marketing in a multi-device world.
The way people use the internet has changed dramatically in more...