Let’s talk : Adult content trading and collaboration

Adult content trading and even collab work, when done professionally, is quite common, much like a blowjob.

When an adult creator or entertainer produces something, it’s for their niche or targeted audiences, and it is not open to use without permission, yes this applies to any entertainment industry, however, there is a way to do it, the professional way.

The fashion industry is similar in terms of creation. Typically, two or more designers collaborate, so they reach a wider audience.

Here’s two steps to guarantee a smooth trading.

1. Ask permission. If permission is denied, that’s a no. Respect someone’s decision not to content trade. Some do, and some don’t.

Are you nervous about asking? I personally have not been on the receiving end of a legitimate request, however my advice would be to think of it as “collaborative marketing” aka partnership marketing, which allows two or more brands to work together in achieving a common business purpose, thus reaching that wider adult audience or customer engagement.

Tip: Do not disclose your personal information with anyone, even with a collaborator, in fact I’d argue its better not to sign with identifying information at all, use your branding information instead and set up a P.O box if documents are presented and need to be filled for permission of use. Safety is still #1.

2. Recognition and responsibility. Acknowledge that you’re content trading or have an interest in doing so. This shows professionalism.

This is the adult network, and it is large enough that it often crosses over in niches, due to said adult content trading that chances are if you’re creating identical content to someone who has been doing it for a while, it is noticeable, ladies and gentlemen.

Much love ❤️

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