"We have spent much time developing this product to ensure a user-friendly and efficient way for bloggers to get the attention they desire," said Bryan S. of Adult Revenue Service. "The fact that the domain name we're offering is a very short four-letter one also offers some fantastic benefits for bloggers, such as making it very favorable to search engines. This also gives it an excellent ranking."
Adult Revenue Service said one of the key features for Smut.com bloggers is the simplicity offered by an easy-to-use WordPress-powered back end. RSS feed support enables users to fill their blogs with up-to-date entries, the company added.
Advanced tools for real-time statistics reporting and search-engine optimization also are available. Other features include support for hyphens in subdomain names, support for embedded videos, up to 100 MB of hosted image space and more than 90 available themes.
To complement Smut.com blogs, Adult Revenue Service has launched LOLBoard.com, which offers users support from other bloggers. Along with interaction and help from the staff, LOLBoard.com will feature promotions such as its inaugural iPod Touch giveaway and an upcoming PlayStation 3 giveaway.
Adult Revenue Service has launched a new site every week since early November 2007 and will do so until all 52 of its latest sites have been launched.
The payout during the first week of each site ranges from $50-$75 per sale, and Adult Revenue Service offers a standard payout of $35 per sale on $4.99 trials.