Twitter Porn and Why I’d Like to Help

January 8, 2009
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Referring to a $5 billion appeal announced yesterday that they expect to file before the U.S. Congress, Hustler Magazine boss Larry Flynt and Girls Gone Wild creator Joe Francis said they want to “rejuvenate the sexual appetite of America.”
Ridiculous or not, I don’t blame them for trying.
Regardless how you feel about pornography, surely you agree […]

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Jenna Haze's Twitter profile pictureReferring to a $5 billion appeal announced yesterday that they expect to file before the U.S. Congress, Hustler Magazine boss Larry Flynt and Girls Gone Wild creator Joe Francis said they want to “rejuvenate the sexual appetite of America.”

Ridiculous or not, I don’t blame them for trying.

Regardless how you feel about pornography, surely you agree that sex sells, right?

With her first Twitter message broadcast nearly a month ago, Jenna Haze also knows about sex and sales.

Until a few days ago, I hadn’t realized one of the adult entertainment industry’s hottest personalities was using Twitter…

On personal limits: I am a private person.. Having a stranger touch my stuff freaks me out.

On shopping: Okay I just spent another 14k on my wardrobe for AVN/AEE! And I still have to get shoes and accessories! Look out Vegas!!

On travel: Landed in Denver. Holy crap it’s like the north pole!

On work: Okay I’m actually too professional to walk out but seriously.. 13 hours and still haven’t done my dialogue!

Jenna (not her real name) is a 26-year-old “pornographic actress,” as described on her Wikipedia page. She’s the recipient of numerous awards, including 2008’s Orgasmic Oralist by the X-Rated Critics Organization.

Her Twitter biography is direct: Adult Icon.

I can’t think of any common interests I share with Jenna, except one: an appreciation for social media and online marketing.

Here’s an example:

Run a Google search on my name and peruse through the 34,300 results. The top 10 include my blog, social networking profiles, and features about me from other people.

A search on her name, despite over 5.6 million results, is not that different. Jenna’s top 10 list also includes her personal website and a mix of fan pages.

Did I mention she tops this list by COED Magazine of twittering porn stars?

You can tell from her use of Twitterific that she uses a Mac. (I use a PC.)

You can follow Jenna’s exploits at @jenxstudios.

Check out the below video which is half clean and half naughty. I especially appreciate the part when Jenna talks about adult toys that are manufactured “toward women” but not “for women.”

While I know little about vibrators, I agree that companies should stop making products aimed at customers. Rather, in the spirit of social media, companies should listen to what their customers are saying, assess and evaluate the popular opinions, and work with the customers and fans to create new products.

I think Jenna Haze would be a great social media evangelist.

But she can’t do it alone. She’s a busy actress.

That’s where I come in.

I’d like to offer my consulting services to the adult entertainment industry.

Surfing through other self-described adult icons on Twitter (and seeing who they follow, too), I notice some, like Ancilla Tilia, a Playboy Playmate from Amsterdam, are experiencing the same frustrations about social networks as everyone else.

Here’s what Ancilla tweeted about 10 hours ago:

I can’t use my facebook because it’s overloaded with friends/requests, applications and other nonesense. Who knows what to do?

I do.

Others, like sexinstilletos, link their Twitter profiles to blogs and MySpace pages; but when you visit those sites, there are no reciprocal links back to Twitter.

Why not? I do. My Twitter links are off to the right side of this page. Let alone right here.

How about adult brands who reply to people but don’t include names of the real people doing the tweeting in the bio fields? See AVNAwards and NaughtyReviews as examples. They should follow the tips I provided about branding the LA Times on Twitter.

Shall I go on?

If you’re interested, I’d like to help. Please contact me.

And if I’m off my rocker, add a comment below. Keep the language clean, OK? If your comment doesn’t meet my blog policies, it will be deleted. Thanks!

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