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New age for "adult" SEO ?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by VirtuaGirl, Jul 1, 2014.

  1. VirtuaGirl

    VirtuaGirl Newbie

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    As you probably know, Google adwords new policy applies today . That means : "They'll no longer accept ads that promote graphic depictions of sexual acts including, but not limited to, hardcore pornography; graphic sexual acts including sex acts such as masturbation; genital, anal, and oral sexual activity..." etc, etc...

    Without Adwords, It becomes more crucial to be listed at the top of the SERP. Therefore, SEO will be more important than ever, don't you think ?
     
  2. jackl

    jackl Regular Member

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    I've never seen pornographic ads or anything related to that on google so I can't say it will matter.

    Tbh I don't even think many people used google as it's too expensive everyone seems to use juicyads or something since adult traffic converts in like 1 to 4-10k.
     
  3. SPQR

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    It already is important. Check out the portfolios of the high ranking adult sites.
     
  4. Oukast

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    Yup, I doubt really anyone working with pure porn has ever bothered much with AdWords in the first place. But I'm just waiting to see when they decide to ditch us who work in adult dating... Doesn't fit that one really yet, but getting closer and closer.
     
  5. lord1027

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    I've never seen any porn ads, I guess SEO has always been the nr. 1 factor.