Do you have an exhibitionist side, but you’re not exactly ready to show off everything you’ve got? Does the idea of writing down your sexual adventures for others to read excite you? Are you into a unique fetish, and looking for a way to connect with others in your lifestyle? Creating your own adult blog is a great way to check off all these boxes and get your sexual creative juices flowing.
Creating your own blog can be as inexpensive as you want it to be. In some cases, you can set up an adult blog for no cost what so ever. There are a number of blogging platforms out there that will enable you to set up your own site under their domain, and start writing about your adventures. If you want to get a bit more fancy, and have a domain name (the words after the “http://” in a web address) all to yourself, they are relatively inexpensive to purchase on an annual basis, and most can be upgraded to install blogging software directly onto your site.
Once you’ve set up your blog and page, and designed it so that it has the look and feel that you are looking for, it’s time to start posting. When Adam and Eve got in touch with a number of adult bloggers, their number one piece of advice is find your niche and stick with it. If you are blogging about your life as a submissive in a Dominant/submissive relationship, your readers will not likely want to read about your night at the parent-teacher conference, but rather an update on the butt plug training that your Master has instructed you to begin. Those who are blogging about their dogging and public sex adventures shouldn’t touch too much on the sales going on at the mall. You want to target an audience and build a following through meaningful and detailed posts.
But what if you want to maintain some level of privacy? There are a number of ways that a blogger can protect their true identity. The first obvious one is use a pen name, and don’t give away your specific location. There are also additional protections you can purchase from your domain host called “WhoIs protection” that will prevent someone a bit more tech savvy from finding out who purchased the domain name that your blog runs under. You can also password protect your blog to keep your audience limited.
There are many individuals out there who make an income from their blogs, as well. Once you have a large number of people reading your blog on a regular basis, you can start to think about placing ads and joining affiliate programs. Some of these programs are very specific in their terms and conditions that you cannot have adult material on your page.Others, such as the affiliate program at Adam and Eve, prefer your site to be on the naughty side. Be sure to read all the fine print before getting involved in monetizing your web site.
At the end of the day, though, a blog should be a way to express yourself and connect you with others. If you plan on detailing your sexual dalliances about your long-term partner, be sure that they are aware and have given you the green light to go forward. As always, know that anything that you post online is there forever, so always blog responsibly!