Everyone knows the internet runs on porn, and yet…

Even in 2021, specialists in adult email marketing are few and far between.

If you run an adult-oriented content or e-commerce site, you’ve probably found that:

  • most email marketing specialists don’t want to work with you, and
  • none of the mainstream email marketing platforms want your business.

The adult industry has it’s own challenges, but I think that’s a raw deal. At the the end of the day your business is no different from any other business. You want new customers, you want happy repeat customers, and you want return on investment on your email marketing spend.

I’m an email marketing specialist with over a decade of experience.

As long as your content and email marketing practices are legal, I’d like to help you get the highest possible return from your email marketing. Contact me today.

How I Can Help You

  • You’re not doing email marketing yet and you want to start out right
  • Your emails/IP addresses are being blocked as spam
  • You can’t find a third party email service provider
  • You don’t have accurate open rate and click-through rate information
  • You need great-looking email templates designed
  • Your designers aren’t sure what they can and can’t do in email
  • You need great-looking email templates coded
  • Your developers aren’t sure what they can and can’t do in email
  • Your emails look not-quite-right on iPhone, or Outlook 2010, or in the Gmail app, or somewhere else
  • You want to grow your client/subscriber list
  • You want to win back lapsed customers
  • You want to improve your open and click-through rates
  • You’re not sure who you’re legally allowed to email
  • You’re not sure which anti-spam laws you need to comply with
  • You have a different email marketing related problem

Whatever it is you need, if it’s related to email marketing there’s a good chance I can help. Drop me a line and find out.


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