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Adult Traffic (Newbie) Question kicking off my business.

Discussion in 'Newbie Helpdesk' started by Axblogr, May 24, 2019.

  1. Axblogr

    Axblogr Affiliate affiliate

    So I own a gay niche porn site. The question is easy but the answers are hard to find. "How do I bring in traffic to my website?" How do I go about promoting my gay tube site. What is the best adult CPC to use on my website?

    I spent over $1,000 in the last 3 years on businesses that fail. This is my first adult website and I want to be fully invested in it. I know I won't make money overnight. Trust me I fell for those lies buying sites in the past where they sat there and made no money.

    If I want to bring traffic to my website who do I use (legit not buying traffic from traffic sites because those are bots and I never believe those sites when they say "real users"?

    What can you tell me that will help me.
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  3. Graybeard

    Graybeard Well-Known Member affiliate

    Well there are 10 million+ contenders in your niche maybe ... So generating free traffic is going to take time.
    Unless you offer some significantly better and unique content any SEO generated referral traffic is going to be limited. Same goes for social media -- most ban porn. You can try with Twitter, but again, there are many competitors.

    Tube sites get most of the traffic. Do you have any of your own content? Purchased or other ... A lot of people post content to tubesites with watermarks or some linkbacks. You can use affiliate content from your sponsors if its run time is long enough -- problem is; it may be a duplication and rejected for that reason.

    Performers at free cam sites often have Twitter feeds. Maybe, you could communicate with them and buy some posts of your content by them as your 'social media influencers'. Even with social media posts you are going to get some bot (non human) traffic.