Helpful Info On Submitting Your Site To Boodigo for Best SEO and Rankings

Unlike Google, Boodigo is very open and transparent  about our criteria that is used by our spider to index your site and how to get top listings.  Before you submit your site to be spidered, here are our best practices guide to have in place for optimal listings:

TLP – Title Level Page – the homepage of your site.   (Not the warning page)
CLP – Category Level Page – a page that lists either more category pages (CLPs) or lists PLP level pages
PLP – Product Level Page – a page that lists 1 or more items of specific content to consume.

Best Practices For Successful Spidering and Top Listings:

  • Allow our crawler past your warning page or adults only popup, and try to not even serve it to our crawler at all. We crawl your site with the User-Agent of: “BoodiBot/0.0.0; + This is typically set in your .htaccess file which you or your webmaster will know how to implement. If not, just send this paragraph and  line of code to your hosting company. They will know what to do.
  • We respect robots.txt.  If you tell us in .htaccess to ignore your site or any specific pages, these will be ignored.
  • Your site must respond to valid HTTP 1.1, and have a valid Content-Type header.
  • We look in the following tags for text content: div, section, p, h1, h2.  Ensure that this text (per element) is longer than 20 characters but less than 3000.
  • Have meta keywords tag. Use 12 keywords.  More or less and you might be penalized. On a TLP it should describe the site as a whole. On a CLP it should describe the category as a whole. On a PLP it should describe the actual piece or collection of content.
  • Have a valid <title> tag on all kinds of pages. For TLP this needs to be the main brand name of your site.  For CLP this needs to include the main brand name, and the keyword of the niche that this CLP mostly covers, or Sub Brand. For PLP this can include the main brand name, but more importantly should include the title of the content.
  • Have a meta description tag. A good description should be around 100 characters, and definitely less than 500 characters. Having too short or too long of a description is not good. On a TLP it should describe the site as a whole. On a CLP it should describe the category as a whole. On a PLP it should describe the actual piece or collection of content.
  • Include descriptive text on page, not just content.
  • We don’t yet scan your site with javascript intelligence, so your site won’t be crawl-able if it doesn’t support basic output without javascript.
  • If your URL 404’s or 500’s it may disappear from Boodigo until its fixed.  This can drop your ranking.
  • Try to redirect naked domain requests using a 3XX redirect to the correct subdomain. Example: redirect to  OR vice versa. The goal is to minimize the amount of work Boodigo has to do to detect that your site has duplicate content. The more duplicated content across multiple sub-domains, the lower your score.
  • Definitely link to your own content, and feel free to link to other content and sites.

All Set?
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We are opening this site up to PR submissions to everyone in the adult industry for fast publication that we also promote on our social media.  All categories welcome – Performers, film releases, new site launches, new pleasure product, podcast promos, etc.

A few basic rules:

1. All PR must be well-written with a suggested word count of 500 words.
2. Up to three outgoing links is allowed to what you are promoting along with your social media channel.
3. Please take it easy on the use of hype, big huge adjectives and exclamation points at the end of sentences!!!!! ( 😉 ) We simply remove them anyway and it slows down publication.
4. Send along one feature image that is landscape orientation.  We are also happy to include embedded videos if you send the embed iframe.  Sex, nudity, etc is fine and actually encouraged as this site supplements the existing news sites that do not allow such.

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