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Adult Entertainment Industry

  1. Former Google Employees Launch Adult Entertainment Search Engine

    It’s no secret that adult entertainment on the Web is here to stay. Google and Bing have gradually been weeding out the industry's adult content and that (for us) has been tremendously frustrating. This process helps eliminate the spyware and...

  2. Marketing to the Mindset: How to Match Social Content to User Intent

    The second phase of their research consisted of over 6,000 15-minute online interviews of adult social network users spanning twelve countries. Personal social network users experience emotions around entertainment and memories, according to the...

  3. Adult Companies Bring Antitrust Lawsuit Against ICANN, .XXX Registry

    Two adult entertainment companies have filed a federal antitrust lawsuit against the operators of the .xxx top-level domain, and the administrator of the Domain Name System (DNS), alleging violations related to the controversial TLD, AVN reported.

  4. XXX Gets Own Domain: For Child Protection Or Cash?

    Worse, they have disregarded overwhelming outpouring of opposition from the adult entertainment industry--the supposed sponsorship community--dismissing the interests of free speech on the internet," Adult Video News reported.

  5. Matt Cutts: Can You Help A Brother Get A Lap Dance?

    I have been hired by an adult entertainment site to build their presence online - get better rankings etc. In general adult content has a bad rap in our industry - the job no one wants to take on for fear of the association - but it is also the...

  6. New 411 User Survey Points To Mobile Local Search Demand

    The company engaged Harris Interactive and surveyed 1,425 adult Americans about directory assistance usage. The findings showed, in addition, that mobile 411 callers are most interested in entertainment (restaurants, bars, movies), shopping and...

  7. The Search Engine Report, 6/4/97, Number 7

    VisitorDirect won't support adult sites. Lycos has cut a deal to receive news, entertainment, photo and other news services from Reuters. NET MONEY | Excite Buys Market Share While Price Is Still Cheap Web Week, 6/2/97