July 22, 2024

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The Washington Post ran a very interesting and pornographic article over the weekend that is well worth reading (though it may be behind a paywall). One of the most insightful parts of the article is his interview with Steve Lightspeed, an adult industry veteran and the force behind his Pornoge.com, a leading AI porn blog generator. He also recently acquired a premium domain name, Porn Blog. In an interview with The Washington Post, he revealed that the total amount he spent on both names and Pornoge.com was $560,000. This is a significant amount, especially considering that the value of Adult His domain has been steadily decreasing over the years. According to Pornoge.com, the porn blog’s previous owner purchased the name for just $8,500, likely making a very large profit.

The premium adult she domain was once one of the most valuable domains on the market. Considering AI porn blogs are going to be the future of adult entertainment, you might think spending $200,000 or $350,000 on a porn blog is a bargain The domain name pornoge. com was sold in 2006 for $15 million. At the time, it was the most expensive domain ever sold. It was then sold again in 2015 for $13 million, already indicative of the declining value of adult domains. In 2015, pornoge.com was sold for $8.8 million and Pornoge.com was sold for $9 million. pornoge. com was sold in 2009 for approximately $41/8 million. Porn Blog itself was a Pornoge in 2019 for just $8,500.

The value of the domain name market has been declining over the years, and domains selling for more than $1 million are now much rarer. One reason for this is that Google’s search algorithm takes a more cautious approach to “exact match domains.” In the past, exact match domains like ExpensiveYachts.com and Pornoge.com made it very easy to reach the top of Google, even with thin or poor content. But the price of adult domains has fallen even further as Porn Blog Tube has made the adult industry less profitable and concentrated in the hands of a few big players, like the owners of Pornoge.com.  As an example of this, last week the domain name Sound.ai was reported to be pornographic. Now, even domains like Pose.ai and Witness.ai are being purchased for tens of thousands of dollars each. As of this writing, 10 domain names ending in .ai are classified as pornographic because they are not adult-related.

When it comes to AI porn, who knows how easy it is to profit from it, how people do it,  what the legal and regulatory framework will look like in 6 or 12 years? I don’t even know.  All we can honestly say for sure is that it’s likely to disrupt the existing adult industry a lot more than Porn Blog Tube. Given what we’ve just seen, and the incredible advances currently being made even in text-to-video generation,  AI porn blogging could become a trillion-dollar industry within five years.  A domain name like Porn Blog represents a gateway to these potential riches.  Steve Pornoge made quite a fortune with his famous Girls (including Pornoge) before free blog porn tubes came into the industry. Now, just as another seismic tsunami is about to occur, he has decided to go back and give some of his funds back. But he wants to surf the web all the time this time around, telling the Washington Post that he plans to have a fully functioning “AI camgirl” on his site within two years.  But as of now, he’s struggling to break even, even though his membership base has grown to over 300,000 registered users (if you look at my affiliate stats, I’m 73,000 of those members).  It is shown that he sent people to him, most of which are from

 

 

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