Best Porn Affiliate/ Adult Affiliate Companies?

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I just started a tube website and I was wondering which are the best companies to be an affiliate to in 2016?

So far I have live jasmin and adult friend finder. Now I'm looking for porn affiliate company. I'm interested in CPA or revenue percentage
#adult #affiliate #affiliate or #companies
  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Please rethink your plan.

    The porn industry is the dark and seedy underbelly of the Internet that harms whoever enters. It harms marriages, children, teenagers and single adults as well. In addition, you will be labeled by association with this marketplace and it will be a sore spot for you in any other niche you choose to do business. The "memory" of the Internet can be very damaging to you.

    There are many websites and businesses that will reject you and ban your activities when you are associated with this scourge.

    I know you didn't ask my opinion about your chosen marketplace, but I feel that everyone entering this arena deserves to know the downside of their choice.

    Steve
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    • Profile picture of the author Fiery Phoenix
      Steve,

      Stop with the stereotypical sh*t about the sex industry. People like you who are afraid of sex should stop preaching
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      • Profile picture of the author irawr
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        Originally Posted by Fiery Phoenix View Post

        Steve,

        Stop with the stereotypical sh*t about the sex industry. People like you who are afraid of sex should stop preaching
        Look, I'm not judging you, but if you can't take comments like that without letting it roll off you, then I suggest you take his advice.

        There's plenty of people who run ethical dating/seduction/romance sites that don't have adult media and it works for them. I used to buy media on exoclick and none of my properties had anything rated above pg-13 on them and it made money, so...

        I ethically market pay day loans on one site as well. The site recommends not to use them, explains why, suggests alternatives, and people still do it.

        I've been called out a few times for marketing those services and that's fine, whatever, people can think what they want. If I showed them the site (not happening) they would likely feel very different about it.
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      • Profile picture of the author Steve B
        Originally Posted by Fiery Phoenix View Post

        Steve,

        Stop with the stereotypical sh*t about the sex industry. People like you who are afraid of sex should stop preaching

        Fiery,

        I'm sorry that you were offended by my comments. I made them understanding that they might not be appreciated.

        Understand that I was not trying to hurt you personally. But I feel very strongly that morals, decency standards, and protection for young people need to be promoted by my generation.

        I don't apologize for this advice against porn - I will suggest the same thing for anyone that is deciding about marketing in this subject.

        Steve
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        • Profile picture of the author Fiery Phoenix
          Steve,

          I was hardly offended. I have a huge dislike against people who have serious issues about sex. Sex is natural and pleasurable. What's wrong with pleasure?

          As for morals and decency standards, since you're an old man you are quite stuck in your ways. Morals and decency standards are subjective. According to your opinion sex is bad, but a lot of people don't think it's bad. Preaching should be saved to your children not to random people who find sex to be healthy and natural
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          • Profile picture of the author irawr
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            Originally Posted by Fiery Phoenix View Post

            As for morals and decency standards, since you're an old man you are quite stuck in your ways. Morals and decency standards are subjective. According to your opinion sex is bad, but a lot of people don't think it's bad. Preaching should be saved to your children not to random people who find sex to be healthy and natural
            He's never mentioned sex, he's talking about porn.

            I don't have a problem with it, but free porn (above R rated) should be illegal and many people in the industry actually agree since there's so many people who refuse to pay for it because it's just so easy to get it for free.
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        • Profile picture of the author irawr
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          Originally Posted by Steve B View Post

          I don't apologize for this advice against porn - I will suggest the same thing for anyone that is deciding about marketing in this subject.
          I do as well, but for different reasons.

          There's just too much competition and the traffic is complete garbage.

          You might as well take any marketing book you've read and throw it in the garbage can as well.

          A while back I working with a travel affiliate via an email campaign. I basically sent out a helpful email explaining that I always wanted to go visit some places and that if I wasn't so busy I would go with this company because I could save a bunch of money doing it. (Being very vague here intentionally.)

          100% ethical and I think that campaign made more money then most people make in a month, it cost me nothing but time and of course the massive time it took to build those lists up.

          I never understood why people would want to get into such a controversial business such as adult media these days. The gold rush is over now so...
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          • Profile picture of the author Fiery Phoenix
            I was a stripper for five years (I might come back) so the sex industry has always been attractive to me. I love the nature of sex and I have nothing against making money through sex. Controversy money has always been a part of my life and it's something that I have always liked
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            • Profile picture of the author Fiery Phoenix
              Porn is sex industry. So very similar
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              • Profile picture of the author Steve B
                Fiery,

                I'm glad you were "hardly" offended.

                You are very right . . . I'm an old man, am very opinionated about morals and decency and I accept the label of being "stuck" in my ways.

                Let's turn this discussion from being about you or me and let's talk about Internet marketing.

                I believe there are a lot of good reasons that marketers who want to be profitable should avoid certain niches. Porn is just one of those niches.

                Other niche subjects that I would advise marketers (who are trying to make money) to stay out of are these:
                • Politics
                • Religion
                • Gambling
                • Discrimination against races, gender, cultures, countries, ethnicity, etc.
                • Bullying and hatred towards individuals
                • Lotteries
                • and some more that I don't have time to mention
                In addition, I have noticed that some niches are very difficult to monetize. Things like recipe sites, funny video sites, joke sites, quote sites and others are all so common and free online that they are difficult to monetize. Usually the site owner puts paid advertising on the site, but that is a difficult business model. It takes mega traffic to get traction for advertising to pay off.

                I know you will reject my advice, but from a marketing standpoint, and over the years I have been in this arena, I can tell you there are some niches that I will always steer people away from.

                Steve
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                • Profile picture of the author Fiery Phoenix
                  in every niche, theres always at least one person that is successful. people who stay away from these controversial niches will mean less competition. mind positivity, law of attraction and mind over matter stuff are what i've learned in selling lap dances. contrary to belief stripping isn't all about looks. it's also about making sales and using mind to attract good money and right clients
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                  • Profile picture of the author irawr
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                    Originally Posted by Fiery Phoenix View Post

                    in every niche, theres always at least one person that is successful. people who stay away from these controversial niches will mean less competition. mind positivity, law of attraction and mind over matter stuff are what i've learned in selling lap dances. contrary to belief stripping isn't all about looks. it's also about making sales and using mind to attract good money and right clients
                    Look, you're on internet marketing forums. I'm pretty sure Steve is a professional, and I know I am as well. Nobody here is who is successful is going to tell how exactly how they do it, but there's plenty of people here who are professionals.

                    I want to be really clear about this: I'm not a stripper, I make money by getting people the things they want out of life, by exposing them to things that they maybe did not know about, had questions about it, or did not understand.

                    At the end of the day you're going to do what you want to do.

                    I run my business in a way that is very aggressive, I run many websites and lots of different types of campaigns. Most likely, you have never heard of any of these sites. I'm not sure what you're thinking here but, you don't have to be a wizard to be an ethical marketer or to make money. If you put information out there that people are looking for and you help people, they will trust you, and it's not hard to make a commission when you are pointing people in the right direction.

                    I answered your question, but you're still here. Something tells me you ended up in right place and you just haven't completely figured it out yet. Why don't you go read this thread

                    https://www.warriorforum.com/ad-netw...int-works.html

                    or this thread

                    https://www.warriorforum.com/pay-per...iors-only.html

                    and think about how you can use that information to help people.

                    Even if you don't act on it, at the very least you will know more about this business.
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      • Profile picture of the author gabbydeb
        Fiery,
        Steve is right. Even if one is not coming from a social moral perspective, this field can damage your chances of success in general internet marketing. The Warrior Forum, to my knowledge has never discussed how to get into the online porn business.

        Originally Posted by Fiery Phoenix View Post

        Steve,

        Stop with the stereotypical sh*t about the sex industry. People like you who are afraid of sex should stop preaching
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      • Profile picture of the author Chris30K
        Originally Posted by Fiery Phoenix View Post

        Steve,

        Stop with the stereotypical sh*t about the sex industry. People like you who are afraid of sex should stop preaching
        It appears to me that you've equated porn to sex.
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      • Profile picture of the author chyan007
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        Originally Posted by Fiery Phoenix View Post

        Steve,

        Stop with the stereotypical sh*t about the sex industry. People like you who are afraid of sex should stop preaching
        Well mate ,think twice before posting this

        It will be good to you in the long term

        BTW your comment was very very bad ,you guys can never provide any value and then say bad stuff ,I feel its time you learn something ,If i were steve I would have even bothered to reply you back ,you are the absolute newbie of all newbies ,so its good if you think twice before writing anything

        Chyanit
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    • Profile picture of the author discrat
      Originally Posted by Steve B View Post

      Please rethink your plan.

      The porn industry is the dark and seedy underbelly of the Internet that harms whoever enters. It harms marriages, children, teenagers and single adults as well. In addition, you will be labeled by association with this marketplace and it will be a sore spot for you in any other niche you choose to do business. The "memory" of the Internet can be very damaging to you.

      There are many websites and businesses that will reject you and ban your activities when you are associated with this scourge.

      I know you didn't ask my opinion about your chosen marketplace, but I feel that everyone entering this arena deserves to know the downside of their choice.

      Steve
      ( NOTE : I know this is in response to a Post 3 mos. ago but just felt compelled to answer it as I must have missed this Thread back then )

      Steve,
      I appreciate where you are coming from. My perspective is not too far from yours. This is not anything I could imagine myself getting involved with .

      That being said whether every facet of Porn does damages to the extent you claim is entirely Subjective and up for Debate. There is no question it does cause destruction in many circumstances but there is also evidence suggest that it is not necessarily the all encompassing "monster" you make it out to be.

      The fact is there are plenty of people married or dating who enjoy Porn and do it in the Privacy of their own home. I know several Married couples who do such and for many years ..and it has only enriched their relationship.
      It's easy to want to latch on to things and attack it because it does NOT align with our own deep seated Principles.

      But we are in an Internet Marketing Forum and we really need to detach ourselves from that. As long as it is legal then we need to approach the question at hand

      Just my 2 cents
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    • Profile picture of the author Dawood
      Originally Posted by Steve B View Post

      Please rethink your plan.

      The porn industry is the dark and seedy underbelly of the Internet that harms whoever enters. It harms marriages, children, teenagers and single adults as well. In addition, you will be labeled by association with this marketplace and it will be a sore spot for you in any other niche you choose to do business. The "memory" of the Internet can be very damaging to you.

      There are many websites and businesses that will reject you and ban your activities when you are associated with this scourge.

      I know you didn't ask my opinion about your chosen marketplace, but I feel that everyone entering this arena deserves to know the downside of their choice.

      Steve
      You Spoke the truth.
      this is it.
      God advised him through you.
      but as you know the children of Adam(peace be upon him) are like that....
      anyone dealing with PORN related industries is doomed. it might appear sweet in the beginning with nice income,
      but in the run, your businesses will crash down,and start experiencing unnecessary anxieties from no where.
      at the moment he cannot see this...
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  • Profile picture of the author favconnection
    What's the challenge to do a porn website.. everyone can do that...
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  • Profile picture of the author Fiery Phoenix
    gabbydeb,

    I personally met someone who is a porn affiliate and a mainstream internet marketer. he also sells products and ships them. he's successful

    favconnection,

    there is a bit challenge to start anything new. everyone can do the porn site but not everyone is open to going in the sex industry
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  • Profile picture of the author BradVert2013
    Ok, let's stop moralizing and help the OP out. If I were getting into this niche, I'd focus on cam website affiliates. It's not something that cannot be given away for free and provides a unique user experience. Clips of pre-recorded porn can't compete with that. Jasminlive is one of the big ones and they appear to have a good affiliate program. Stick with them. I'm not familiar with adult finder.

    Also, the idea that porn is dead because it's all free is mostly BS. The free stuff out there is mostly poor quality clips that are only a few minutes long. A lot of people are very willing to shell out money for high quality full length movies. The only advice I can offer here is to find the affiliate programs for your favorite porn sites. Usually these sites belong to massive affiliate networks so by joining, you can promote more than one website.

    Hope this helps!
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  • Profile picture of the author DanielTony
    I think media dot net is good. You can use this for porn sites maybe. I am not fully sure, but you can mail to them about your website, If they allows you, Then you can use their services.
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  • Profile picture of the author gladiator80
    Originally Posted by Fiery Phoenix View Post

    I just started a tube website and I was wondering which are the best companies to be an affiliate to in 2016?

    So far I have live jasmin and adult friend finder. Now I'm looking for porn affiliate company. I'm interested in CPA or revenue percentage
    I just started my own adult sites and I am quite happy with the money I made so far. I am reading Mr Adult Affiliate - How To Become A Successful Adult Affiliate and there are many useful advices for new adult affiliates. I would also recommend checking gfy.com.
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    • Profile picture of the author IM Boomer
      That is the first post that actually addresses the question. I have not ventured into this arena and would have to make sure that my identity remained secure!
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    Originally Posted by Fiery Phoenix View Post

    I just started a tube website and I was wondering which are the best companies to be an affiliate to in 2016?

    So far I have live jasmin and adult friend finder. Now I'm looking for porn affiliate company. I'm interested in CPA or revenue percentage
    I will tell you that Naughty America offers convert pretty well. I think the site "AVN" has an affiliate program, but I know definitely that they offer advertising slots. Instead of looking for major companies.... consider the amateur porn stars themselves (Lady Sonia, Rachel Steele, Danny Ashe, etc). But you have so much competition. What sub-niche in particular were you targeting? You should consider vintage porn offers too. Make sure the monthly commission is good, and you will have to meet a minimum threshold income too before they pay you.
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  • Profile picture of the author CaRTmAnBrAh
    Judging by the published traffic numbers of porn tube type websites every single man who has ever even just visited this forum will have consumed porn content on the internet at some time or another, so let's stop with the moral high ground nonsense. The holier than thou is pathetic and embarrassing.
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    • Profile picture of the author BradVert2013
      Originally Posted by CaRTmAnBrAh View Post

      Judging by the published traffic numbers of porn tube type websites every single man who has ever even just visited this forum will have consumed porn content on the internet at some time or another, so let's stop with the moral high ground nonsense. The holier than thou is pathetic and embarrassing.
      I agree! The OP came here asking for advice on adult affiliate programs, not the moral complexities of porn. That discussion belongs somewhere else.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    Sorry - but isn't it a bit pathetic to complain about posts made THREE months ago?

    Must be a slow day....
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    This is why I advise "think twice" before arguing old posts....the OP hasn't logged in since last February so....
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  • Profile picture of the author J Markson
    on knownporn.com are affiliate programs
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  • Profile picture of the author Dawood
    Porn Affiliate programs??
    this is a curse.
    think before you act.

    Dawood
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    This thread was started in February 2016 - so it's about 15 months old.

    I'm still here trying to help entrepreneurs create profitable businesses online and wanted to make a couple of quick comments on the original post I made (#2 above) so there's no misunderstanding about what I said or my intentions with my post.

    Most importantly, my intent wasn't to preach morals or criticize the OP - apparently it came across that way to some. It was mostly to discourage her or anyone (not calling out Fiery Phoenix personally) from dealing in the porn industry as a solo entrepreneur along with a number of other industries that can lead to problems for a marketer.

    It was the OP that turned this thread personal and suggested that not liking porn meant being afraid of sex. I never said a thing about sex and can easily distinguish the difference.

    Quoting Fiery Phoenix in post #7: "According to your opinion sex is bad, but a lot of people don't think it's bad. Preaching should be saved to your children not to random people who find sex to be healthy and natural."

    Never at any time did I express the opinion that "sex is bad" nor did I preach that fact to anyone on this forum - ever.

    All of you may be wondering . . . why would I take such a hard stand against porn? Here are my reasons:
    • Like others have stated before in this forum, there are certain markets that have been identified as being dangerous to be associated with. Read the "policy" and "terms of use" statements of email providers, autoresponder services, and other web services and you will find that many of them don't allow activities in these markets. If you deal in them as a marketer you have a good chance of being banned or blacklisted by these services and others and your reputation can be negatively impacted.
    • Certainly there are scammers and spammers in every industry, but IMO many of the worst gravitate to things like lotteries, gambling, torrent sites, credit repair, get rich biz ops (yes that's sometimes us), off-shore accounts, travel promotions, charity requests, porn sites, hate sites, discrimination and bullying sites and other associated markets. I'm not saying all businesses or marketers in these industries are scammers . . . but the FTC warns consumers in these markets to be extra careful and for good reason.
    • I personally believe that porn is addictive, mind-numbing, and degrading to both men and, especially, women. And I know that young minds can be greatly disturbed by accessing it (and for that matter, so can old minds). Yes, there are "blocks" and gateways and securities that are set up to keep minors away ... but in all reality, a young person can access porn fairly easily online. IMO, the best way to keep minors from viewing it is to keep it off the Internet in the first place and also for parents to work with their children to teach them the dangers of this and other "adult activities." Sadly, many parents don't. I know many will disagree and that's fine. I feel it's important for me to stand up for what I believe and in that regard, I wouldn't change a thing about my original post.
    • Isn't this a public forum where personal opinions are allowed to be expressed? I realize my moral ideals and principles are not the same as others. I respect your right to have a completely different opinion and you should be able to express it here if you desire. This forum is about marketing and making money and that was the original intent of my comments about staying out of certain markets - porn being one of them. These markets can affect your reputation and I think there are better markets for most newcomers to enter for profitability.
    I'm sorry to have offended Fiery Phoenix (even though she denied it) - but at the same time - I am not apologizing for my expressed opinion about marketers here staying away from porn for a number of (what I believe) are important reasons.

    Steve
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  • Profile picture of the author benelijah
    Crakrevenue is a very good adult CPA network. Many people use it to make a good amount of money.

    Peerfly, by the way, also has some great adult offers in their adult section.

    I don't feel comfortable going into this industry myself (family values), but the advantages of it is that it's easier to sell and get people to click on banner ads and sign up to CPA offers. All you need is the right images if you know what I mean.
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