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Two Key Rules to Help Keep Your Sex Blog Anonymous

I’m an anonymous sex blogger, and I won’t bore on at you about the reasons why I made that decision. Chances are if you’re looking to this article for advice, you’ve made the same one. As is your absolute right, in my opinion. You get to choose how to label your work, and yourself. The only thing that should concern others is making sure they respect the choice you’ve made. But how do you go about keeping your sex blog anonymous? Here are two overarching tips that have served me well over the years. The technical: act like two separate...

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When Your Website is Hacked

We hope it never happens to anyone, but we also know it can happen to anyone — your sex blog gets hacked. What do you do now? How do you prevent it from happening? That’s what Michael and Molly are talking about this week on the podcast!

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Self Hosting for Your Sex Blog or Adult Website

Every chance we get, Molly, Michael, and I plead with sex bloggers and adult content creators to self-host their content. Yes, there’s an expense to it (think of it as an investment) and sometimes you have to wait until you can afford to do it. But it’s the only real way to protect your work and not get (completely) booted off platforms.

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Looking at Your Sex Blog with a Critical Eye

In this week’s Smutlancer podcast, Molly Moore and her husband, Michael Knight aka DomSigns, share their presentation from Eroticon 2019: looking at your website/sex blog with a critical eye. If you know your site needs work but don’t know where to start, this episode will help!

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4 Things You Can Do To Improve Your Sex Blog Today

Consider this post an example of two things you can do at once — an easy way to create content when you’re just not feeling it and a way to get eyes on older content you’ve created in the past. Also, the main purpose of today’s post is to give you actionable steps you can do for your sex blog right now (or the next time you have a couple of hours available). Content Tip: Create Round-Ups of Your Own Content This is easier to do for informational content, but I can see how it would work for erotic fiction...

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29 Things You Can Do to Help Grow Your Audience: Maintenance Edition

Anyone in the mood for actionable tips? I love having higher level, philosophic conversations, but sometimes it’s nice to have a checklist of things to do. Especially if it helps you achieve your sex blogging goals, even if in subtle ways. So, in no particular order, here are some things you can do right now (or check that you’ve done them) to improve your blog or your social media presence. These things help new people figure out who you are and what you’re about. When they know that, it’s easier for them to follow you, growing your audience as a...

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3 Ways to Get More Views on Your Sex Blog

Getting views to your sex blog — or any website — is essentially a numbers game. And while I advocate making content the focus of building an audience and increasing your views, there are other ways to do it. None of these are “hacks” designed to decrease creating damn good content on your sex blog. Your first and top priority should be the content you create — whether you’re writing or not. These methods (platforms, actually) are tools that many of us think belong to the “vanilla” (non-sex writing) world, when we can definitely use them, too. In order for...

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On Editing Old Blog Posts

Girl on the Net recently asked a fascinating question — should you edit old blog posts to “fix” or (more nefariously) “hide” opinions you no longer hold? She makes a good case for why you shouldn’t and also why you might be tempted. Anxiety is a bitch, y’all. But her post (and the Twitter convo we had about it later) brought to mind the idea that there is a case to be made for editing old blog posts, in general. Not to make your opinions more palatable to future readers, but as a way to get more use from your...

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About that About Page

As the end of the year approaches, plenty of writers and bloggers (myself included) are planning for the coming year and looking around at their blog. If you’re like me, you might be thinking, “I need to clean this joint up!” Or maybe you’ve decided to take your blog or website in a new and better direction. While you’re making those tweaks and updates, make sure you have an About page – and update the one you’ve got. Why Do You Need an About Page? It’s nice to think that everyone who follows us on Twitter, Facebook, or other social...