BOSTON — With the launch of its new blogging platform nearing, adult search engine BoodiGo.com
is calling for adult performers, bloggers and webmasters to start reserving subdomains now.
“BoodiBlog will offer adult bloggers a stable, adult-dedicated platform on which they can write about and promote whatever they wish, so long as it’s legal,” said said BoodiGo co-founder Colin Rowntree. “Unlike a lot of the other free platforms out there, adult webmasters, performers and others using BoodiBlog won’t have to worry about sudden major changes in content or advertising policies.”
By the same token, Rowntree noted, bloggers also won’t have to worry about is their BoodiBlogs suddenly slipping in the search results on BoodiGo, because unlike mainstream search engines, the broader BoodiGo brand is inextricably linked to the adult industry.
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