LOS ANGELES—Peepstar has announced the launch of its technology that connects fans to their favorite porn stars utilizing social networks.
Peepstar aims to create a brand new revenue stream for adult performers using social media similar to Twitter and Facebook.
Each performer or studio obtains a channel at Peepstar.com that collects “Followers,” much like Twitter. Fans pay a monthly fee per performer; in exchange, their favorite star will text or email short sexy personal erotic videos to cell phones via QuickTime format. The business model is a rev share between the performer and Peepstar like a webcam platform, the company said.
“The buzz over the signup frenzy has been amazing,” said 10-year adult industry veteran Sancho, vice president and operations manager of Peepstar. “A great thing about Peepstar is that it doesn’t compete with anything. We invite all the stars to use Peepstar to promote themselves, their websites, movies, live chats, appearances, social media—whatever the performers are doing, we want them to promote on their Peepstar channel, and above all have fun and make money.”
Peepstar currently is signing up adult performers to “Peep” on the new network. “We invite agents and managers to sign up their talent; we will be sharing a recurring percentage with anyone who brings stars to sign up,” Sancho continued. “Our first month, we are offering special promotions to the first fans to sign up. We will sponsor monthly contests with cash prizes to the stars who ‘peep’ the most.’
Peepstar.com officially launches tomorrow and will exhibit at Adultcon tomorrow through Sunday at the L.A. Convention Center. Adult stars Dana DeArmond, Phoenix Marie, Sarah Jessie, Tiffany Brookes, Jazmin Jarako and Allison Moore will be signing at the company’s booth.
New talent can sign up at the exhibitor booth right on the spot at Adultcon, or by clicking here.
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