Filtering traffic on adult websites

Filtering traffic on adult websites

This guide will introduce you and (hopefully) give you the skills to start filtering traffic. Traffic filtering is actually quite simple and requires very little to no technical knowledge. Sure you need to be able to make a link and tell the difference between once niche and the other, but since you are reading this I presume you can.

When you filter traffic you are basically trying to drill the visitor down to the narrowest niche you have. Why? Because the more narrow the niche, the better the conversion ratio and vice versa. Everyone will tell you that a niche like Blondes with big tits fucking wearing latex boots will have a better ratio than a general site about teens. Sure it gets less traffic, so like everything else involving money on the internet, it’s a numbers game.

Filtering happens when a visitors clicks on a link that describes a more narrow niche than what he came from, it works in multiple ways, but the most simple is something like this:

Imagine you have an adult general tube site. A visitor lands on the tubesite, clicks a video with the title Big Titty Maid fucked by a BBC. Now you don’t know if he clicked the video because he likes maids, girls with big tits or girls fucked by a big black cock. Maybe it’s a combination… you don’t know, but you can find out. So when he’s watching this video, you will want to present to him links that are titled along the lines of:

–          Big black cock

–          Big tits

–          Maids

Since this video also has a brunette teen girl in it, you’ll want to add that to the list too. Anything else that could relate would be nice and since you shouldn’t shy from allowing the user to go “up” in niche (form a more narrow niche to a more general niche), you would have links/videos/content that matches all of this:

–          Big black cock

–          Big tits

–          Maids

–          Teen

–          Brunette

–          Interracial

In this case, the user clicks Maids. Now he gets all videos with the search term ‘maids’ in it. He clicks a video with a smoking maid fucked by her boss.

That is a very specific niche, so when the user is there, try to only present him with content in that niche and your conversions should improve.

Confused? Well let’s try something simpler. Blogs. Everyone loves blogs because they are simple. Let’s say you have a blog that gets tons of teen traffic, but you can’t convert it. On your blog with teen traffic you can filter your traffic by including links to more specific niches such as:

–          Brunette teens

–          Blonde teens

–          Redhead teens

–          Big tit teens

–          Small tit teens

–          Asian teens

–          Ebony teens

–          Fetish teens

And so on. Let’s say the visitor clicks on big tit teens, that blog should have content that sells teens with big tits, under there you could have more narrow links like:

–          Big tit brunette teens

–          Big tit brunette teens

–          Big tit redhead teens

–          Big tit Asian teens

–          Big tit ebony teens

–          Big tit latex teens

And so on. For kicks, let’s say that the user clicks on ‘big tit latex teens’ and now you are very narrow, but this is a niche where you have even more specific content so you present the user with content allowing them to click on:

–          Smoking latex teens

–          Spanked latex teens

–          Bondage latex teens

–          Gang banged latex teens

The user chooses bondage latex teens, and then clicks on someone smoking and then on a blonde girl smoking while in her latex suit spreading her legs revealing a shaved pussy.
Now you’ve reached the bottom of your filtering funnel. You simply don’t have anything more specific than, the bottom of any funnel is always narrow. That means traffic will be much smaller than the top of the funnel (in this case it was teen -> big tit teens-> big tit latex teens -> big tit latex smoking teens -> blonde big tit latex smoking teen.

That’s a pretty specific niche, very narrow and doesn’t get a lot of search traffic. You may not even find more than a few galleries in this area across sponsors, but the conversions will be a lot better than the general term teen.

So to put it in another way, you filter traffic by allowing the user to go from general porn niches to more narrow niches.

A good way to trade filtered traffic is to use PlugRush. I will write a guide on how to do that later, but for now (if you haven’t) you should go and sign-up to get started selling, trading and buying traffic.

 

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