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    You do realize by 'gay' I mean a man who has sex with other men?
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    Do You Sell Products Other Than Porn?

    When you build a site do you offer your surfers products and services other than regular pornsite access?

    If so what?

    Post a link (referral code is fine) in this thread and lets see what other things your adult surfers are buying.

    Gary-Alan and I usually offer a selection of products ranging from Dating Programs, Software Packages, Cigarettes and even, Penis Pills.

    Regards,

    Lee


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    Darren
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    well as u know if u do not u are missing out many webmasters make a lot more on upsales from member area using www.mensniche.com and means the can afford to pay their affiliates more per signup = more growth


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    raymor
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    I've been using SexToySex since February of 1999.
    Their site is customized to look like part of your site.
    it has worked quite well for me consistently.
    http://www.sextoysex.com/sex/start/a...s.html?a=guide

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    I'm not Gay...Not that there's anything wrong with that.... EmporerEJ's Avatar
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    Does the Virtual Sex Machine Qualify?

    We manufacture and Sell the Virtual sex Machine, and strongly encourage ALL webmasters to join our affiliate team.

    We are completely non-competitive with ANYTHING else you are doing, we don't steal your traffic, and we don't send them anywhere else.
    There is also nothing I like better than signing affiliate checks as it means we've made another sale.

    We are also constantly looking to license content in this field to offer a gay version of our product.

    The raw facts are theses guys.....
    The Gay industry buys 3 X the number of sexual devices like ours, than the heterosexual market does.

    Eric J. White
    VirtualSexMachine.com


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    rick
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    I have a toy store and a lube store, plus a video store. I've never been able to sell any of those penis products and gave up trying.


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    Xstr8guy
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    Does the Virtual Sex Machine Qualify?
    Um... no.

    It sure doesn't look like it is geared towards gay men. Nothing turns off a gay surfer like a website with ZERO men!


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    mensniche
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    You can promote our new site http://tour2.prosolutionpills.com our NEW gay version of the very successful penis enlargement site

    Big bucks to be made here guys, just see: www.mensniche.com/topten.php

    Thanks, any questions im here

    Andy
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    I'm not Gay...Not that there's anything wrong with that.... EmporerEJ's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xstr8guy
    Um... no.

    It sure doesn't look like it is geared towards gay men. Nothing turns off a gay surfer like a website with ZERO men!

    I'm glad you brought that up. (No pun intended)
    That's Precisely why I'm here. We have recently signed a gay content supplier, and are eagerly seeking more. We also need lots of input on what to say, and not say so as to not offend the gay market.

    We have not pursued the gay market before, simply because it was easier to avoid it. Not actively mind you, but simply by not looking at it too hard. (Our entire in-house staff is heterosexual)
    I am now trying to rectify that omission.

    Do I take it then that we should have a completely separate website for the Gay version?
    Would it offend the Gay market to have to choose a separate section of the website? Would it be better that we start by sending the Gay customers to a gay only website?

    Eric J. White
    VirtualSexMachine.com


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