Category: Blogging

Sex blogging and other forms of blogging is a huge part of the smutlancing life. It’s how you build an audience and show sites and companies that you know how to write.

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What I’ve Learned After Publishing 2,759 Pieces of Content

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.

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What are Backlinks and Should You Care About Them?

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.

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How Often Should You Publish Content?

If you’ve been here for any amount of time, you know I tend to harp on blogging (or creating any content) on a consistent basis. Basically, create a schedule that you can live with...

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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...

a growing list of things new and experienced sex bloggers need to know or be reminded of 12

9 Things New Sex Bloggers Need to Know

Thanks to Quinn Rhodes for suggesting this topic. Her actual request was for a podcast episode on the things I wish I’d known or the things newbie sex bloggers need to know, and I...

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Do You Need an Email Newsletter?

Thinking of starting an email newsletter? Wondering if it’s really necessary? Have one and don’t know if it’s worth the time? The answer to the email question is…it depends. If you find yourself checking...