Sam Sugar has announced the official launch of SugarClick, a blog devoted to reviewing and rating sex blogs and websites. Every day SugarClick publishes fun to read reviews of adult sites in a market facing a dearth of quality and polluted with choice.
“There are a lot of great adult sites but most of what’s out there is dreck,” said Sugar. “SugarClick is a hotline to the good stuff. The blog format allows readers to leave comments on our reviews, debate our conclusions or make supplementary recommendations as they wish. Instant feedback from site users makes SugarClick’s reviewers directly accountable to readers. In a market where everyone claims to be ‘fair and balanced’ if you disagree with SugarClick you can just visit the site and let us know. There’s never been a review site like SugarClick – Viva la Reviewolution!”
SugarClick is part of the soon to be launched SexNotWork sex-blog network, and directly linked to the growing number of SugarBlogs.
“SugarClick is a tool for site owners and a resource for people who like porn. Submitting a site to SugarClick using our online form puts in front of an audience of readers actively looking for a sexy website to visit, and provides surfers with a qualified, truly independent opinion of what’s on offer. Every site reviewed earns the right to display a ‘SugarClick Rated’ button and our archive of reviews is growing by the day, from a marketing perspective it’s a no-brainer,” said Sugar before adding, “unless your site is awful, in which case consider yourself warned.”
SugarClick is accepting submissions from sexy websites and blogs at sugarclick.com….
About Sam Sugar: Sam Sugar has worked in publishing, advertising, film, television and the adult industry. He’s a co-founder of SexNotWork, runs a network of blogs including Podnography (podnography.com…), PSP Porn (pspporn.com…), SugarPit (sugarpit.com…), SugarJoy (sugarjoy.com…) Sugasm (sugasm.com…) and blogs at SugarBank (sugarbank.com…).
Contact Sam Sugar via email@example.com
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