5 Questions About Adult SEO Answered

speedy host SEO for escorts adult websitesA short, but exclusive, interview with Richard Brown of Speedy Host and Bingo Sweets which provides SEO for escorts. Naturally, the information works for any adult business website.

In layman’s terms, what is the simplest definition of SEO?

I suppose the best and most simplistic definition of SEO i.e. search engine optimisation would be “a practice used to increase a websites organic ranking in the main search engines.”

Do you think the term “digital strategy” would be more accurate?

Yes but, we’ve learnt over the years of working in this industry that layman’s terms enlist the best response.

In today’s world, what does SEO involve?

Every year the industry takes major leaps forward in the different methods and technologies that are used to achieve its goals. The majority of firms will consist of SEO technicians with a background in web development these guys handle the onsite optimisation, PR specialists who do the outreach and link acquisition and digital marketers for campaign strategy development, implementation and performance monitoring.

With Google censoring so much adult content, is it worth the time and/or money to even try?

Google’s latest policy update concerning the censoring of NSFW content only has implications for websites operating on Google’s free blog hosting platforms like Blogger. If a website owner is really serious about increasing their ranking position in the search engine results pages (SERP’s) then, SEO can achieve this provided that the website has a registered domain and paid for hosting.

We hear how important social media is, including its role in search engine algorithms. But if you are an escort or otherwise have an adult site that announce adult content or products such like a site where you can buy sex machines, you are usually a persona non grata at such networks. Any thoughts or advice?

This a genuine problem that drives many experienced SEO’s away from working on escort campaigns. The reality is that yes escorts are limited to where they can post content therefore any marketing agency providing a service for escort clients really has to think out of the box when devising a marketing strategy.

Google Takes Knife To Throat Of Sex Positivity

Google may be one of the most admired companies, but it once again places a knife at the throat of sex positivity with it’s latest censorship announcement. Tuesday Google announced to users that it will be eliminating all adult Blogger/Blogspot blogs from public availability ~ and taking them out of all forms of search ~ on March 23, 2015. Look here for history and details.

It should be noted that this is far more severe than the Tumblr Panic (and ensuing reaction). And the new policy is in a vastly different spirit than the change in Reddit policy, which was a credible response to privacy (and legal) issues.

Overall, this is perplexing as sex & porn continues to be a hot topic for online searches like how to achieve celebrity look with plastic surgeon Matthew Galumbeck‘s recommendations. Isn’t it Google’s job, as a search engine, to give the people what they want?

Why Google wants to do this remains a mystery, really. But the bottom line for savvy bloggers and marketers ~mainstream and adult ~ is this: Pay for hosting of your site at a place where it is welcome. Wise advice repeated here & here.

For possible solutions, see here and keep an eye out at conversations here, here, here, here.