ICM: .XXX Sites given Major Boost by Google Algorithm Change

ICM Registry the operator of the .XXX just issued a press release trying to take advantage of the change to Google Algorithm on adult search.

“As the Internet reels over Google’s decision to purposefully make explicit images harder for the consumer to find, ICM Registry is delivering assurance that the porn-browsing public can still get all they want by adding three small letters to their search queries.

“The advice, which is available for appropriate audiences, is that one can simply type a description of whatever porn one wants into any search bar followed by the letters “XXX.” Results are instant and on target. For example, if one is looking for adult content that includes a mainstream generic word like “Toys,” simply enter the search term “Toys XXX” and problem solved. The same search works for those who prefer other search engines too; try “Gay xxx,” “Shemales xxx,” or “Orgasms xxx” in virtually any search engine. Of course age appropriate Internet users can best and most quickly find adult content through ICM’s www.search.xxx dedicated porn search engine too, without using the “XXX” trick.

“This tip is being offered to the public by ICM Registry, the owners and operators of the .XXX domain, in the wake of the Internet’s uproar surrounding Google’s decision to censor explicit images in their image search engine.

“Our existing customers are already reporting increased traffic to their sites from Google as a result of the algorithm changes and the advice given by publications like ZDNET to append the XXX letters.  Indeed our own search engine www.search.xxx has seen an almost 50% increase in traffic in the last 24 hours” Stuart Lawley, CEO of ICM Registry.

“We need to deliver peace of mind for Internet users worldwide that the adult content they have come to enjoy will forever be searchable and available,” said Lawley. “The Internet’s outpouring of grief over a potential future without online adult content has reinforced the purpose and usefulness of the work being done by the dedicated men and women of ICM Registry, who are devoted to building appropriate destinations for adult consumers who are looking for adult content.”

“Lawley added that Google’s development should be welcomed as no more than a signal that the Internet is simply changing into a more targeted community where people can easily find what they are looking for – including the porn-searching consumer.”

“The effective de-ranking of adult content in an attempt to prevent inadvertent exposure to adult content is a trend we have seen in recent months by the major search engines,” Lawley said. “New top-level domains such as .XXX are making it easier for consumers to find exactly what they want while at the same time  making it easy for those wishing to avoid such content.  This is all about giving the consumer what they want and expect without surprises.”

Search.xxx offers a clean user interface and intuitive keyword searches.

“Search.xxx uses the same technology as usual mainstream search engines but is for adult content only.”

“Search.xxx allows you to set your language preference and your sexual orientation preference, as well as to control the “look and feel” of your style preference. ”

“Additionally the service offers 50 pre-set categories and selections already figured out based on popular surfing habits. Recent enhancements allow users to search specifically for videos, still images, cam sites, stores, DVDs and more, making Search.xxx an experience totally focused on delivering exactly the adult entertainment users want: quickly, discreetly and easily.”

Comments

  1. Paul says

    ICM Registry’s “advice” to simply add xxx after your keyword in a search engine is pretty silly.

    You could enter many things after your keyword in a search engine and still find adult content. For example, add the word sex or adult. But that doesn’t address the key issue of spam, pop-ups, viruses, etc. which plague the internet today. Especially when it comes to adult content.

    What ICM Registry should be doing is promoting .xxx sites and it’s own search engine (as all .xxx sites are scanned with McAfee). I realize they go on to do that, but why open with such silly “advice”? Perhaps they wanted to appear unbiased.

  2. TB says

    I must say I was a bit sceptical after reading that press release but since 24 hours analytics is showing a more than 200% increase on my .xxx domains which I cant explain. Lets wait how the next days play out but at the moment it looks like a major change.

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