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Old 04-24-2015, 12:59 PM
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Default DDF promoting Brazzers internally

It would seem that DDF has a deal with Brazzers to provide content one day a week in the member areas of some DDF sites.

Now... member area promo of other sites is nothing new, but the gotcha here is that those updates are being reflected automatically in the site tours with thumbs and descriptions with very visible Brazzers watermarks.

To each their own, but I will not promote anything connected to Mansef, Manwin, ManGeek.

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Old 04-24-2015, 01:34 PM
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We all do business with them whether we like it or not. They bought up so much adult programs and "real estate" that whether it be promoting sponsors, traffic trades, or anything, we are all doing biz with them in one way or another, sad to say

But if you know the places that you are, then sure good to pull links
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Old 04-26-2015, 07:13 PM
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It's more or less impossible to don't make business with manwin these days.. as jscott said...they bought everything...so if you do some B2B...sooner or later you'll work with them.

DDF i think did just a mistake by not thinking that update would have been displayed outiside members area...other than that... well i honestly don't see any reason to pull links. But it's up to you of course
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Old 06-16-2015, 08:39 PM
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We all do business with them whether we like it or not. They bought up so much adult programs and "real estate" that whether it be promoting sponsors, traffic trades, or anything, we are all doing biz with them in one way or another, sad to say

But if you know the places that you are, then sure good to pull links
i hate to agree on that, but its true ... although they are indeed EVIL
but you gotta digg a bit for this one, cause the very same ripp off scheme has been played out already ... this is just a repetition of the past.

A quick history lesson, ...
.... At the Great Recession ... JP Morgan was faking important data ... getting all his competition into financial trouble .... and later buying them up for a penny on the dollar ....

this is exactly how Manwin did it ..
they stole content from everywhere to show full length porn on thier tubes .... by the damage done there most of the sponsors really went into trouble, cause its hard to sell whats been showed for free already ..... after all the big studios where about to fail .... mainwin bought them up for a penny on the dollar ....

long time a go i was quite close with two of the guys being at juggcash from day 1, that was way before the brazzers brand was born. I know for a fact that a big bank was backing them up over several years to rule over the porn market, this was the only way how they could afford to get the tubes where they are now cause for several years their tube sites just generated a massive loss each day.

And seriously think about it yourself ... what shitload of money must be backing you if you loose 60.000 usd each month for some years.
and even more fishy for me was that with all the content theft they did, how did they get away with it completly unharmed ....
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Old 06-18-2015, 08:15 PM
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Ya, really gotta be careful who the fuckers are that you're dealing with.

I've been all kinds of robbed as a webmaster, scams, robbings, attacked, ddos'd, and just plain neglect that turned into scammy

The banks are damn cruel btw. Thank Buddha we have bitcoin in the world now.
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Old 06-19-2015, 07:12 AM
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Ya, really gotta be careful who the fuckers are that you're dealing with.

I've been all kinds of robbed as a webmaster, scams, robbings, attacked, ddos'd, and just plain neglect that turned into scammy

The banks are damn cruel btw. Thank Buddha we have bitcoin in the world now.
How does that bitcoin thing work for you and how would it work for me, J?
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Old 06-21-2015, 07:22 PM
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Well, actually i think Verotel accepts bitcoin, if you mean in relation to adult sites.

But, it's decentralized currency, it can be used to purchase things easily, quick, and to remove the banks from getting their cut from fees and shitty exchange rates.

Example, bought some sites from a webmaster here, paid him the full amount in bitcoin higher $x,xxx, i sent him bitcoin, he receive in 20mins, then right away he can withdraw that to his bank at the current bitcoin rate.

No fees. I use my local banks in USA still, and if i asked them to send a wire to the guy in Europe or anywhere, they would probably self destruct.
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Old 06-22-2015, 03:26 PM
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so, take me through the process. I am a total newbie. How do I actually purchase them? How can I earn them? Where do I "keep" them? And finally, how do I spend them?
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so, take me through the process. I am a total newbie. How do I actually purchase them? How can I earn them? Where do I "keep" them? And finally, how do I spend them?
+me = 2 newbs!

Bitcoin: only read in Forbes of their association with the "dark web markets"
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Old 06-24-2015, 07:53 AM
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1st. You can buy bitcoins at Coinbase (for USA) or Bitstamp (for Europe)

2nd. Things you can do with bitcoin, you can buy domains at Namecheap, some hosts accept bitcoin, Overstock, porn sites like camdough and verotel accept them, ScoreLand accepts them, tons of shops, stores, websites, etc accept them see list of shopping with bitcoins here. (tons!)

But, thing that makes them great (imo) is when you are doing peer to peer purchases, no middle man needs to be there, like paypal, paxum, banks, and what each of them entail are fees, FEES, rules, monthly fee, yearly fee, questions, waiting, more fees etc.

I can totally understand that some ppl wont find them useful, so maybe they are not for everyone...... but the feeling I had when I bought that network peer to peer, man, i am totally behind this bitcoin craze. Banks dont get 1 cent of my $
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Sorry for the thread hijack, was totally unintentional
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