It seems that adult dating websites like localfuckbook.net are all over the internet. It’s like they’re almost unavoidable. They’re everywhere. Even if you’re in a completely mainstream or non-adult oriented website, you only need to do a few things for you to be confronted with a gateway that leads you to this type of entertainment.
To me, this is a word of genius. You have to remember at on the internet, you can only make money if you’re able to drive a huge amount of traffic. In short, you have to situate your website in such a way that you can pull as much online traffic as possible. Again, if you don’t know how to drive traffic, you’re not going to make much money. That’s the bottom line. In fact, you’re not going to make money at all if you don’t get any traffic. It’s that basic.
Guys who run these adult dating websites and other online entertainment platforms that feature other members know the game inside and out. They know how to situate a website in such a way that all digital roads lead to the destination where they want it to go.
With that said, this is my biggest problem with these websites. There are so many of them that all the incentive of truly creating a quality experience for end users have pretty much vaporized. It seems like most of the effort goes towards pumping up the traffic. In short, it’s all about volume. This is the kind of quantity over quality mindset that threatens to destroy almost all types of artistic expressions.
You might be thinking that girls on dating site that take their clothes off on their profile pics shows are not much of an artistic expression, but – hey, we’re getting a bit subjective here. What’s artistic to you might not be so artistic to me, gut give me the benefit of the doubt. For this type of artistic expression, ubiquity, being found everywhere is its biggest threat because since the number one focus is on driving traffic, a lot of the imagination and creativity of the online entrepreneurs behind these websites are automatically focused towards traffic instead of converting a smaller stream of traffic with higher quality experiences. Do you see where I’m coming from with this?
As long as the volume mindset doesn’t change, the reality behind these websites will not change. The reality is that most of the people that find themselves on these websites end up walking away with a lousy experience. Unless the mindset of the online entrepreneurs behind these websites do not change, the end user value is not going to progress all that much.