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TrafficPartner And The Adult Content Renaissance

The European Summit and Traffic Partner logos.(Europe) June 2, 2018 – In a recent release, has posited that sex, indeed porn, is on the path to becoming mainstream:

If you’ll look at Instagram, you may find a lot of people sharing sexually fueled content.

Hashtags such as #booty, #feetporn or #lewd (just to name a few) are commonly used and simply show the major craving by people for “erotica”.

Heck, even pornography.

Giants like Facebook remain in a rather strict place however and oppose such areas to keep their good footing with advertisers or state organs (see Twitch restricting clothing choices to ensure less provocative imagery, Youtube’s ad-pocalypse aftermath ultimately censoring its content creators or Instagram limiting access for adult themed hashtags).

Yet, there’s a nearly unlimited drive to more freedom, as adult space and mainstream intertwine increasingly on a daily basis. This is good for your business and the best that can happen to the adult entertainment branche.

We’re still far off in terms of industry revenue compared to other entertainment forms (e.g. gaming industry) and even further away from being truly accepted by the mainstream (media), even though articles, boasting the new go-to term “sex worker”, pop up here and there showing mild progress at most.

Nonetheless we can enjoy cam and amateur porn models hosting gaming-focused livestreams on Twitch or see them continuously produce videos on Youtube. They’re basically pioneers openly embracing mainstream media and ultimately creating a growing audience, which will become more and more accustomed to content creators with an adult background.
How far could this go? Well, do you witness the effects of marijuana’s legalization? It’s pretty telling, don’t you think?

Considering the boom behind the legalization of weed in a controlled fashion, one can surely imagine what could happen if adult entertainment won’t be treated like some kind of “hush topic” any longer – which everyone enjoys secretly anyhow, just like they did with a little weed.

Well, for the majority people are already openly communicating their sexy lifestyle. There are millions of folks producing or publishing their own content., with over 9 million registered users, literally shows how valuable (and profitable!) sexuality is for everyone. From content creators, to its member base or the affiliates.

If you visit the TES Affiliate Conference in Prague from 14-17 September 2018, you can easily see how much drive is already existing today, with big brands standing right next to content creators – both elevating each other.

The mainstream masses are feeling the vibe, TrafficPartner can tell, having so many successful adult and dating focused brands, services and companies under its umbrella. So, it may be time to get on board now, seeing that adult entertainment is in everybody’s daily life and latches onto new channels by the minute.

You can meet TrafficPartner at TES booth H4.

### Uncovers the Hardcore Fascination with Deepfake Porn

Harriet Sugarcookie Polls Fans to Find Out Why They’re Addicted to Face-Swapping Tech

Detail from full Sugarcookie infographic for Deepfake porn survey.(London, UK) March 8, 2018 – Popular adult entertainer Harriet Sugarcookie recently polled 1,400 porn fans about porn’s latest craze, deepfake technology, in a just-released post.

“Deepfakes use artificial intelligence to put someone else’s face into pretty much any 2D video. So far it’s mostly been used for making fake celebrity porn videos,” explains site founder Sugarcookie.

“Everyone’s been talking about deepfake porn since videos with the superimposed faces of Taylor Swift, Emma Watson and other A-listers started appearing on PornHub and Reddit.

“Despite a number of high-profile bans, deepfake technology isn’t going anywhere, so we decided to investigate and find out what people really think of it.”

Sugarcookie has also released an accompanying infographic, which reveals how strong the demand is for celebrity sex tapes – even if the ‘celebrities’ in question are fakes.

“Half of all girls and three quarters of men want to watch deepfake porn featuring their favourite celebrities. What’s more, 32% have already seen them,” adding that fans ranked Scarlett Johansson as their Number One deepfake celebrity – and only a paltry 5% of fans believe the hardcore simulation should be illegal.

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How To Become a Cam Model in One Simple Infographic

Detail from How To Become a Cam Girl Infographic.It’s not easy to actually be a successful cam model, but taking the correct first steps into this potentially very lucrative home-career can certainly make the tread on that path all the easier.

Camming is the future of porn, as seen through industry trends and exponentially growing traffic numbers of websites.

Is making money through camming really that complicated? Well, one would think nothing is if you’re equipped with the right knowledge from the beginning.

If you are someone exploring this niche for making money online from the comfort of your home, then this clear, cleanly outlined infographic on how to become a cam model should surely help you.

Since it’s a lucrative trend, the competition is increasing by the day. Shouldn’t you enter the race prepared to win?

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Payment Tech to Deliver Cam Site Revenue Revolution?

WebBilling and Stripchat logos pictured with Eva Zankel of the first and Jim Austin of the second respective companies.(Europe) –‘s enriching essentials, formed on the most advanced payment gateway for any e-commerce transaction based on 10 years of experience, seem to be skyrocketing cam site revenue figures through the roof lately.

Naturally, any solid business foundation has to involve a stellar payment solution as one of its fundamental pillars when talking user experience, but the European-based company recently shared current insights with parent company that seem to be delivering especially potent prospects in this regard.

Webbilling recently started cooperating with several cam sites, among them Stripchat, and they’ve made observations that could become somewhat of a revelation for any cam site in a relatively short amount of time.

Eva Zankel, B2B Senior Sales Manager at Webbilling and Jim Austin, Stripchat’s Head of Business Development, sat down to discuss this progress from cam sites to identify promising trends:

So, how’s the cooperation been so far?

Eva: It has been a really great and productive experience from our end and according to Stripchat’s and other cam sites’ feedback, it seems they’re sharing the excitement of the strong increases achieved. Even if we’re totally open for newly set up companies and absolutely enjoy working with promising sites in their early stages, it’s naturally a breeze to work with professionals on the other end like we’ve done with said companies.

Jim: Thanks Eva, Stripchat’s cooperation with Webbilling has been flawless so far. Integration has been quick and easy and the support the we received has been outstanding. I’d like to take this opportunity to express my appreciation to Eva and the entire Webbilling team for their dedication and professionalism.

Since the integration of Webbilling on our platform we have seen a dramatic increase in revenue from the DACH market with regard to first purchases, as well as an increase in LTV and customer satisfaction.

Could you share some insights on the aforementioned “dramatic revenue increases”?

Jim: Of course. Since we’ve started with Webbilling in April 2017, there’s been an immediate and also steady growth of revenue via We’re talking a very impressive monthly average of +57% so far. June to July 2017 even made for a 67% increase in revenue from the DACH region.

Besides these strong numbers speaking for themselves, I highly recommend Webbilling as they truly have the pulse and expertise considering that market. The DACH region or Europe altogether will therefore swiftly add to your bottom line when working with them.

Eva: We’ve seen this happen to other cam-focused sites. In case of these sites there’s been a 22% average since beginning of our cooperation regarding revenue directly. The kicker however, both companies have nearly or totally increased their income sixfold over the course of the past 5 months alone.

So, from your perspective these numbers underline payment solutions, especially’s offers, to be highly essential for cam sites that desire immediate income increases?

Jim: Absolutely. Working with Webbilling, specifically targeting the DACH / European region and accordingly German, Swiss or Austrian users for example, decreases chargeback issues in a strong fashion (which one might know from the U.S. market).

SEPA direct debit is mostly used and only 27% of customers turn to credit cards. Webbilling’s “Smart Combo” solutions seem to make for some magic here too.

Eva: Our smart combo solution offers local and desired payment methods initially instead of credit cards. For example Germany has SofortBanking, it’s Ideal in the Netherlands and Przelewy24 for Poland. After any first transfer customers would effortlessly continue to pay with SEPA DirectDebit for any coming transactions – while there’s even no need for further user interaction at this point.

It doesn’t stop there though. Webbilling’s team has just revised the responsive payment page, allowing our merchants to explore even more freedom. One example would be to customize form styles in accordance with your corporate design.

Well, thanks for taking the time Eva and Jim. Anything else you want to add?

Jim: Again, we’re happy with our decision to have chosen and are pleased to see the results after a quick setup.

Eva: We’re glad that Stripchat and others trusted Webbilling’s expertise and the potential paying off so quick already. Anybody who’s interested to get into more details is welcome contact us via


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