As a sex blogger with four active websites, I create a lot of content — written, audio, and video. After all this time and thousands of pieces of content, I’m sharing what I’ve learned and (hopefully) showing that some things continue long after you reach a big number.
The Smutlancer: Writing about sex and getting paid to do it
Eroticon is over for another year, and I have no doubt that by the time it’s over, I’ll be going through con-drop in a serious way. It happens every year. My standalone session this...
Patreon is a popular option for creators to increase their income for the content they make. Even with the TOS changes, sex bloggers, creators, and educators still use it. But as with everything else, it’s not easy to do, and there are things to consider before you begin.
Backlinks are neither good nor bad, they simply are. But if you’ve ever received a spammy email begging for a “dofollow” link on your sex blog, you’re seeing the ugliest side of a single part of Google’s algorithm for figuring out where a site should rank in search results.