It's a standard adult site... nothing special. Seems to be a niche site, so you will get the niche visitors.
I would spend the money for the Premium Template. It would allow you to do more modifications to the site.
Good start, you have things up and running!
Thanks for the advice. I see what you are saying about my site being very standard and cookie cutter. I am assuming you are talking about the premium trmplate off on ASP? Unfortunatly my programing skills are very limited so if I was going to have a template built I would most likley be better off hiring someone to do it. Unless the interface is extremly user friendly. Any template developers you recommend?
You can try to find a developer in the forum, but hiring an outside developer... that developer would have to learn ASP first.
I would just purchase the premium template. At least you will have a Twitter Bootstrap template which in my opinion is better and more modern looking.
Don't spend too much time on site design. Spend the most amount of time adding the best content you can find and promoting your site. You might find in 5 months that your site is dead and you would have wasted all the money on design. If you start making money on the site, then invest in a developer to develop the look of the site.
Good call, makes sense.
Currently I am uploading the videos for the content, and using "traffic holder" to start getting some targeted skimmed traffic.
For ads I just set up juicy ads. Still waiting for my adzones to be updated and added though.
I am familiar with the niche so I know what to look for with regards to content and keywords. But I am having difficulty reaching content providers, and finding genuine traffic. I figured the main selling point i can provide the content providers is a banner add spot on the video and a link in the description. But I am not really sure where to look to reach them. Any advice? Again sorry I am new, I just want to do this right, and get a good start.
Note: (I have a decent budget but I dont want to put my Advertising dollars where they wont get me some kind of results)
If your site is new, it's going to take time to get traffic. Try to research as many listing sites as you can. Join as many forums as you can to promote your site.
You might want to going gfy.com which is a big industry site. You will have to email the admin your role in the industry once you sign up to get approval. You can find all kinds of content providers on that forum. Tons of industry professionals. The site is also an open forum, meaning you can read all the posts on the site without joining. If you want to search the forum... use google advanced search and type gfy.com as the site you want to search (it's an easy way to search the forum without signing up for the site).
Thank you very much for your time and advice. I will try all the above. Even though its cookie cutter site I know it works. So its time for me to go all out on marketing and content. Thanks again. Ill update here when I start making some progress. If anyone wants to post some advice here for me I would be happy to recieve it.
Nice site... Good luck with