How To Make A Free Porn Site

Here is an easy guide how to make a free porn site for newbies that want to make money online as an adult affiliate. In this tutorial post I am going to share some useful knowledge about how to get started with your first porn website. It can be a porn review site, a video tube website or a blog, you name it.

Setting up a site pretty much means:

1. Finding a niche for your adult website
2. Buying a domain
3. Getting a hosting
4. Installing a tube script or use WordPress theme
5. Maintaining a site

Now the complicated stuff. Are you just wanting a tube with videos that you make the sales from as an affiliate, or are you wanting to have surfers and/or sponsors upload videos to it? Do you plan to run what we call a “legal” tube? Legal means the videos would be sponsor approved, and no full length videos are given away for free, with links to the sponsor below each video.

What is prompting the desire to do a tube site? Do you want to show specific porn niche type videos or just all porn videos in general? Have you seen a particular tube that is a good example of what you want for yourself?

As for why I would like to build a tube site, things are changing. Blogs do not seem to get the traffic that they used to. Tube-style websites are “in” now and I do not see that changing without strengthened digital media sharing laws with much stricter enforcement and heavier penalties.

I was not a big fan of tube sites as I thought they give a lot away for free, but your website may have quite short clips – which serves the purpose of giving the surfer a taster of what they can get elsewhere, which is important to make sales. Good luck with whatever you decide to do with it.

I personally think that the most successful and longest lasting sites are ones that have a point or some kind of view. It could be anything, but it should not be too broad.

Finding A Niche For Your Adult Website

I can write about all kinds of action and all niches, but when you are doing it for yourself rather than as I do for paying customers, it is far too easy to abandon projects if you have little interest. The adult website market is very saturated, it is really hard to make money with your new general tube site, so it is better to create a site on a niche.

Final point, are you really interested in this or you are just following it because you have a good domain name? If you are not really into it, you might lose interest really quickly. I have tried a couple of times to do something with gay twinks, but in the end I figured out that I really do not like them so the domains just sat there.

There are so many niches available that it is very likely you enjoy one of them. I recommend you to go some well known video tube site and see which niche you enjoy the most and you want to get into.

Register A Domain

Now it is time to register a new domain. Make sure the porn domain name is an exact match or as closely related to the keyword that you want to rank for. I prefer to get something that makes sense, one, two, three words, that are easy to remember.

Honestly I go for anything that I think can be either branded well with the surfer due to it being easy to remember, has “shock value” or a domain that I feel will place good on the search engines for the keywords that are relevant to the niche.

Here are a few examples of domain names that you should get. For the ass niche, get the domain name like: “bigbutts.com” and let’s say for the hardcore niche, get something similar to “hardcoresex.com”.

I fully recommend using Namecheap as the place for registering your new porn domain. They are reliable, cheap and I use them all the time for my domains. You will get also the Whois-protection for free, so your information (name, address, email and phone number) will not be available for public viewing.

The total cost of your website will be around $50 a year. You will pay $10 for the domain and you can get the hosting just for a few dollars per month. That means you just need two sign ups to cover the initial investment for a brand new site.

Getting A Hosting

Blogger is just a free host, and honestly, you are better off to host your own blog, on your own domain. Web hosting services put your website up on the internet so everyone else can see it online. There are many cheap and popular hosting servers, some of them are 247-Host and HawkHost. They will even help with setting up the new website.

Choosing A Website Theme

My vote goes for WordPress. It is quite easy to use, you can customize tons of things and it is search engine friendly, too. I recommend WordPress because it is one of the most dominant platforms available for creating a blog or a website. WordPress is an open source CMS and it is built on PHP and MySQL. Features of WordPress comprise plugin structural design and template based system. It is possible to modify WordPress and with the toolkit that WordPress offers, eye-catching websites can be created in less time. WordPress due to its tidy code is SEO friendly amid search engines and this is testified by the fact that presently more than 60 million websites use WordPress for blogging.

You absolutely do not want to use a free platform like Blogger because they own all of your work. If they decide for whatever reason that your blog is going to disappear, your work is gone.

It is the same with Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr. These are all platforms on which you can be here today and gone tomorrow. The difference with these is that it takes one minute to put up a Tumblr or tweet, so it is worth the risk.

You can get a nice WordPress theme for free. It has to be responsive theme, that works well on every mobile device, smartphone and tablet. I am currently working on several responsive sites. I believe that anyone who is not adapting to this trend will be left behind rather quickly. Since implementing mobile capabilities on my tube sites the traffic increased by about fifty perfect.

Just make a research and I am sure that you find a great looking themes for your blog or video tube website. If your site looks like a mess, your visitors will leave as quickly as they came so make sure your website looks professional.

Maintaining A Site

Sign up to the affiliate programs that I suggest you on this blog, you should have plenty of free content to add to your website. Write unique descriptions of the scenes for all of your tube videos. It requires some work, but the effort really seems to pay off.

Write good descriptions for your blog. “40 pics of naked hairy bear” is pretty boring, but “Nasty hairy bear pumps his big dick and creams his big belly” is definitely better.

I think the best way to get bookmarkers – or regulars – is frequent and especially regular updates of content (meaning pictures, videos and text) that are what your surfers are looking for. After all, it may be easy to have guys click social bookmarking links, but if they do not like the content or the updates are confusing, they do not actually have to come back.

The important thing is to keep your new website relevant, fresh and updated every couple of days at least. That is what I do and it seems to work. Let your content do the talking but off course, it does not hurt to put a little comment at the bottom of your post to remind someone whose just read it to share it around.

Conclusion

Getting the site set up would not be difficult, however you need traffic to your site and that can be hard. As long as you are prepared to work, and prepared to treat it like a growing business rather than just an opportunity to make a lot of money, there is no reason you can not succeed.

My most successful sites are sites that I have a deep interest in, I am motivated to post and update them, and really write for them, through my own interest. The sales that come from it are great, better than anything else I work on.

5 thoughts on “How To Make A Free Porn Site

  1. Hey – your bit about hosting was rather brief. And bluehost.com specifically no adult content allowed. Did you make it up coz it sounded sort of right 🙂

    Do you have any genuine recommendations for hosting?

  2. Hey – me again. I guess you won’t approve that comment and of course I just made that email address up. So I guess I’ll never get to hear your response…. shame, coz I was starting to kind of trust you here!

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