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Phone Sex Operator Photo Content, Blogs, Etc. For Sale To PSOs

When I tweeted about a PSO leaving the business and selling off her domain name, blog, and content including photos, the response was pretty big. Not only did I broker that sale in two days, but there were other requests for more of the same.

There are currently three other offerings from phone sex operators who are retiring or retiring their characters. The details are below. If you have any interest, you must first contact me either via NF or MPS so that I can verify that I am working with a person of legal age to buy such materials. I repeat: I will not begin any discussions via comments, emails, tweets, etc. You must contact me either here or here to begin the discussion. (Use the “send message” option.) That means you must either have an account or make one for the purposes of contact. No exceptions.

#1 Messy sex, erotic foodie, fetish niche blog. Includes domain name and all written content at the blog, should you wish to keep or edit it. Domain has “phone sex” in it and is over 4 years old; has over 6,000 external back links in place. Price: $100.

#2 Blonde white woman photo content. Was used as a femdom or mistress, but you can use it as you wish. Approximately 100 photos, including completely nude; was not originally purchased as custom or exclusive, but model/photographer/site no longer around, so no longer available to sell.* Price: $150

(If you wish to include blog content in the sale, including moving it to your own domain and even using proper redirects for backlinks, that may be possible — with additional fees.)

* I may still be able to contact the photog if more photos of this model are sought.

#3 BBW redheaded white girl photo content. Briefly used in submissive listing, but can be used as you wish. Originally purchased as exclusive; 352 photos, including explicit sex toy play. Price: $400. SOLD

Today’s Phone Sex Marketing Tip: Watch Your Ps

Have you evaluated the seven Ps in your service marketing mix?

Most people have heard of the Four Ps in marketing: Product, Price, Place and Promotion. But did you even know that when it comes to services (which phone sex definitely is!) there are an additional three Ps?

The additional P’s for service providers are: People, Process, and Physical Evidence.

People is primarily you, dear. But, whether you work for a dispatch company or are an independent PSO using a platform service, your clients may encounter other people along the way. Even if only in an occasional customer service sort of a way. Yet those people reflect your business too. Because most of us are using some sort of platform service, the “People” part may also fall under another P — “Process.”

Process refers to business processes and systems which are part of how the services themselves are delivered or executed. This means not only how calls are connected, but other aspects of communication between you and your clients, you and your prospective clients, such as messaging and how the billing is handled. Again, this is typically part of the phone sex platform service — and why it is vital that you consider (and occasionally reconsider) how well they work for all parties involved.

But the Process is not only limited to the platforms.

Consider your email service provider, your website and its contact forms. Are they up to snuff? What’s more, evaluate your physical systems — everything from the telephone you take your phone sex calls on to your laptop, tablets, and other work devices. Don’t forget the batteries, headsets, cords, etc. And remember things such as software updates, Internet connections, and mobile phone plans too; they are all part of the Process. Are these tools providing the best quality for your business? Or are they inefficient, low quality, or otherwise getting in the way?

I once advocated for evaluating such things annually. But now, with the speed of tech — and the fact that such leaps in technological advances seem to be resulting in companies producing nearly ephemeral products with short lifespans, it’s best to do this sort of evaluation several times a year.

Physical Evidence is admittedly trickier in our virtual sex service world… In traditional service professions, Physical Evidence often begins with the physical space in which the service takes place, a meeting is held, or a client otherwise visits. Think of the ambiance in a restaurant, a hospital, or an accountant’s office. Such settings are part of the service businesses brand. In other cases, the service may result in a physical thing, such as a report or a customized object. In those cases, Physical Evidence includes not only the “thing” but packaging which signals the service’s brand.

But what in the world would the “Physical Evidence” of phone sex be?

Here we must take some cues from the medical world.

In many cases, it’s the cure for what ails you. Your fever or pain goes away; your nose is smaller or your bust is bigger. According to Wikipedia, it also includes the “scar left by a surgeon, [as this] reminds or reassures the consumer that the service took place, positively or negatively.”

Seen this way, the Physical Evidence of a phone sex call would be, err, shall we say “the orgasmic residue” — cum and any tissues or wipes used to clean it up. Or, if you’re into the tease and denial, then the raging hard-on. But these too are rather temporary and ephemeral things. (For health’s sake, we hope so!)

This is why some PSOs sell intimate things, such as worn panties, and offer other more lasting or tangible items. Even digital photos, audio recordings, texts, and emails offer something more lasting they can refer to and (hopefully) be pleasantly reminded of your services by. Yes, such things can be sold and boost your bottom line too; but consider gifting your callers and clients with a little something now and then. See if that sort of thing, a sense of Physical Evidence to your services, just doesn’t make a positive impact on your business.

In many ways, evaluating the marketing mix of your phone sex or virtual sex service business is simply a matter of good manners. Eliminating difficulties in communication is really just the polite thing to do. Sending a photo or text message may be taking care of your business’ Physical Evidence — but it’s also a nice way of saying “Please” and “Thank you” too. When you think about it, dedication to your service marketing Ps is an awful lot like minding your Ps & Qs. So please don’t forget or overlook your manners. Thank you.

Phone Sex Operator “Little Black Book” Tool Survey

Phone sex operator Sarah Collins is developing a website application tool for the PSO industry called Black Book Vault (BBV). Like me, Sarah is a data hound, always using data to improve her business. But after finding other customer relationship management (CRM) tools lacking in terms of her phone sex business, she decided to create her own CRM software specifically to help POSs with their work. BBV will allow operators to enter notes on clients, gather data on transactions, and run various reports to discover trends (such as busiest times of the day and most popular fetishes) and evaluate advertising and promotions in terms of ROI — all so that you can find where you are making the most money and maximize it.

(Not to mention, this is better organization than paper notes & various documents — and more reliable than notes in platforms which can disappear without notice!)

It’s goal is to create a solution that empowers its users to make better business decisions through data management. The core functions of BBV will enable the PSO to:

• Quickly Capture Client & Transaction Info

• Run Reports, Analyze Metrics & Identify Trends

• Keep Everything Backed Up, Safe & Secure

After speaking with Sarah as length, I think it’s a fabulous idea and I will be participating in the site’s blog, once BBV officially launches.

But before BBV can launch and become the ultimate PSO CRM business tool, Sarah and her tech partners want more information. To that end, there’s a survey you can take. I really hope all of you will participate and give Sarah and her crew information about what you want and need.

As a thank you, BBV will give you a special link that you can use to refer other phone sex operators; for every 3 eligible referrals, you’ll then get a $10 Amazon giftcard code. Do not game this reward system. One, it’s not classy. Two, fake info can, and will, be traced via ISPs — but that just makes extra work and will delay the creation and release of Black Book Vault. Three, any fake or duplicated info will skew the survey data and impact the results, resulting in less accurate information for creation of this tool. And four, scamming for extra rewards will cost BBV money — which could very likely result in a higher cost of the tool. Bottom line: Accurate information about what PSOs want is necessary, so don’t be a jerk.

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Sex Feed Aggregator Promotion

Since Gracie Passette has re-launched Sex Kitten, she has not opened the site’s popular sexy blog feed aggregator to new submissions.

The Sex Kitten Feed uses the approved sites’ RSS feeds and displays the most recent posts or additions in one place. Not only do these sites get exposure at the site’s Feed page, but there’s nifty widgets that are literally showing at hundreds, if not thousands, of sex blogs and adult websites — which means sites in the feed have great exposure, right in front of randy men who are looking at sexy things.

[Note: When you compare the Feed page links to what appears in the widgets, you’ll see that the widgets are kept cleaner, with only the most recent post from the most recently updated sites; it keeps sites with lots of updates from filling up the widget.]

Because Gracie and I go back a number of years together, she’s consented to letting me sell space in the Sex Kitten Feed to PSOs. To do this you must have a blog (or website or social network profile, etc.) with an RSS, Atom or other web feed; the aggregator requires a feed to display.

There are two options:

1) Have your feed added to the Sex Kitten Feed for a one-time fee of $39. No need to link back, do anything. Just make the one-time payment, provide the information in the form, and that’s that.

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2) If you want to add one of the Sex Kitten Feed widgets to your site or blog, you can grab the code here (along with some button graphics if you’d rather just link to it that way). Then you’re only charged a one-time fee of $19. It works like this:

Step One: Add widget or link to your blog or website sidebar. (Must be displayed on all public pages.)
Step Two: Make payment.
Step Three: Return the requested information.

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(If you pay for this service and remove your feed widget &/or link, you will be removed from the Sex Kitten Feed and need to pay again to be reinstated or to participate in the widget-free submission. No exceptions.)

If you’d prefer to pay via other means, contact me.

If you have multiple sites, you are welcome to submit each one of them with the proper submission fee.

In the event that a submitted site/feed is for some reason deemed unacceptable, your submission fee will be refunded.

Submitted feeds will be added promptly; typically within 48 hours.

Please note that the feed aggregator cycles roughly every 20 minutes; depending upon when your site was last updated and when the aggregator’s script cycle was last run, your site may not show up immediately.