Is Adult Webcam Marketing on Twitter Nearing an End?
According to reputable sources, posting adult content on Twitter may soon become a risky business. More specifically, anyone who posts pornographic content – including, of course, adult webcam resources – may soon be banned from Twitter and forced to attract audience elsewhere. Imlive and many other cam siets are publishing on Twitter. Imlive is one of the most leading camsites with more then 17,000 followers.
Originally, this information came from Robert Peck, an experienced tech analyst from SunTrust Robinson Humphrey. According to the estimations provided, up to 3% of all existing Twitter accounts could potentially be removed due to containing explicit adult materials, which comes to around 10 million accounts worldwide. Of course, it is only a small fraction of users overall, but a very important one for those interested in things like adult webcams.
So, is the era of marketing on Twitter over for such resources?
We believe that this may be the case. However, it also provides an opportunity for clever entrepreneurs to create a Twitter-like platform specifically for adult content, which would also be awesome as it would engage just the right audience.
At the same time, Twitter may want to think twice about implementing the harsh restrictions. After all, no matter if Twitter likes it or not, much or its traffic – and consequently, income – comes from adult resources including web cam promotion accounts. In addition, many fans follow their favourite web cam models on Twitter, and if those leave, there will be even less traffic generated.
So either Twitter will find a different way to monetize, or it will sure lose some profits.