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The AdultEmart website has become an interesting case study. Its founder, a computer scientist and internet marketing consultant, has created a site which is geared towards helping the “bright and naughty” find each other. In his words, “PGS (personally developed and owned by AdultMart) is the premier online adult shop in the UK. Not only does it offer the largest range of personal pornography products on the internet, but its strict Terms Of Service policy and privacy policy ensures that users can enjoy great choice.” Indeed, his product line is nothing if not controversial, and I have discussed some of the more questionable offerings on this site with one of his clients.

In spite of his dedication to building an adult website, something that he claims to be especially interested in, he got it all wrong. His adult site was neither an instant success nor a long term one. Users often complained about slow response times, security issues, lack of selection and unavailability of certain products. His business partner, who also sold AdultMart as an affiliated site, had little success with it as well. Their communications were neither friendly nor helpful and their decision to block some of the adult performers from using electronic processes was dubious at best.

That leaves us with the most obvious question: why did he think AdultMart was a good idea? He explained that it met a need that other websites failed to fill, which was “unavailability of quality new releases”. I’m not exactly sure what his definition of quality is, but if it’s not a movie then I don’t see why he would have advertised the free blocking methods he encouraged in the above-the-fold advertisement section. His reasoning that the free blocking methods enabled customers to avoid being caught looking at adult content when they visited the site is questionable at best.

His second major mistake was his choice of partner. He chose Megadiscot. According to him, they had in common “and love for electronic entertainment”. In fact, they had joined forces to “foster a worldwide affiliate program that allows users to promote AdultMart”. This raises some questions about how serious Megadiscot is about promoting adult content in its advertising campaigns and whether it is simply using adult themed images in order to attract more customers.

His third and final mistake was in his programming approach. Instead of using standard HTML coding for AdultMart page presentation, he used JavaScript for placing banner ads and text ads on the page. He claims that the change was made in order to “reduce the burden on the server”. As far as we can tell from his description, there’s no support that the change was intended or even necessary for running AdultMart on a standard HTML server. The JavaScript code also makes it extremely easy for other parties to use AdultMart’s “free blocking features” without our permission.

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